In the game The Simpsons: Tapped Out, there are dozens of different currencies, most being temporary or event exclusive. This page details each of them.

There are three main types of currency in The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Cash is the most common, and can be earned by collecting income from buildings, completing quests and collecting cash from jobs. The premium currency in the game are Donuts, which are much rarer and can only be acquired in certain ways. The player can earn Donuts by linking their Origin account to their game, and clearing Debris from their town, among other methods. The chance of finding a Donut whilst clearing debris is very low. A list of every currency ever to be introduced into the game can be found below.

Permanent[edit | edit source]

  • Cash Money - It is the most common currency in the game, and can be collected in a wide variety of ways. Read More...
  • Donuts Donuts - They can either be bought or collected, and the Player will receive either one or two Donuts upon Level Up, depending on the level. They are the games premium currency. Read More...
  • Krustyland Tickets Krustyland Tickets - They were introduced into the game with the Krustyland Expansion on July 31, 2013, and is the game's third permanent currency. Krustyland Tickets are the main currency in Krustyland, a new area introduced with the expansion. Read More...
  • Experience Experience (XP) - This is a way of rewarding the player of their in-game progress. Experience is obtained by purchasing buildings or decorations, completing quests and unlocking characters. Read More...

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2012[edit | edit source]

  • Christmas 2012 Event
    • Santa Coins Santa Coins were available during the event in December 2012 and January 2013. Santa Coins could be exchanged for Santa Stockings in which the player could win Donuts or Reindeer. .Read More...

2013[edit | edit source]

  • Valentine's Day 2013 Event
    • Hearts Hearts were available during the event in January and February 2013. A Heart Press became available for players to spent their surplus Hearts on which gave the player 250 - 1000 cash. Read more...
  • Whacking Day 2013 Event
    • Snakes Snakes - During the event in April and May 2013, there was a unique type of currency which could not be spent, but only collected. The more Snakes a Player collects, the more prizes they unlock. They are found by whacking snakes in your town or a friend's town, or hatching eggs placed in your town by friends. Read more...
  • Treehouse of Horror XXIV Event
    • GOO GOO - GOO was available during the event in October 2013. Players can use GOO to unlock 10 prizes (listed on the main page) once you collect a certain amount. Like the Snakes, they will not be spent but only obtained. After you get the prizes, every 2000 GOO you collect until the event is over will give a prize, like the end of level bonus. They are obtained by tapping ghosts, gremlins, haunting buildings, and donuts, if you decide to advance to the next prize. Read more...
  • Christmas 2013 Event
    • Gift Cards Gift Cards - Gift Cards were introduced with the event in December 2013. Gift Cards were used to unlock a series of prizes. The highest prize required 30000 gift cards. Once all the prizes were obtained, a free Spin Tokens was given for every 1000 gift cards collected. Read more...

2014[edit | edit source]

  • Clash of Clones 2014 Event
    • GoldGold was the currency used to earn prizes. Gold was earned by defending buildings in your town from attacks. Gold could also be used to upgrade characters. Read More...
    • ElixirElixir was another currency. It was used to upgrade buildings and purchase items. Read More...

2015[edit | edit source]

  • Tap Ball 2015 Event
    • Foam Fingers Foam Fingers were the prize currency for Act 1. Read More...
    • Hats Hats were the prize currency for Act 2. Read More...
    • Pennants Pennants were the prize currency for Act 3. Read More...
    • Amateur Bucks Amateur Bucks were a currency collected throughout the event, used to craft prizes and upgrade Tap Ball players. Read More...
    • Obesotade Obesotade were used to recharge the energy of Tap Ball players instantly. Read More...
    • Brain and Nerve Tonic Brain And Nerve Tonic were used to temporarily give a boost in skill level to Tap Ball players. Read More...
    • Sport Balls Sport Balls were used for community prizes. Once a certain amount of Sport Balls were thrown into another town globally, prizes were awarded to all players. Read More...
  • Monorail 2015 Event
    • Blueprints Blueprints were the prize currency used in Act 1. Read More...
    • Duct Tape Duct Tape were the prize currency used in Act 2. Read More...
    • Bells and Whistles Bells and Whistles were the prize currency used in Act 3. Read More...
    • Junk Junk was a currency produced during the event, used to complete projects at the Project Board. Read More...
    • Metal Metal was a currency produced during the event, used to complete projects at the Project Board. Read More...
    • Plastic Currency Icon.png Plastic was a currency produced during the event, used to complete projects at the Project Board. Read More...
    • Glass Currency Icon.png Glass was a currency produced during the event, used to complete projects at the Project Board. Read More...

2016[edit | edit source]

  • Burns' Casino 2016 Event
    • Casino Red Chip.pngRed Chips are the main currency for Act 1. They are obtained by sending people on event quests and tapping Casino Gamblers, which earn prizes. Read More...
    • Casino Green Chip.pngGreen Chips are the main currency for Act 2. They are obtained by sending people on event quests and tapping Casino Gamblers, which earn prizes. Read More...
    • Casino Blue Chip.pngBlue Chips are the main currency for Act 3. They are obtained by sending people on event quests and tapping Casino Gamblers, which earn prizes. Read More...
    • Casino TokensCasino Tokens are a currency used to play minigames and are obtained by sending people on event quests and tapping Casino Gamblers. Read More...
    • Casino KeychainsKeychains are an Act 1 currency used to craft items and are obtained by gambling and tapping Casino Gamblers. Read More...
    • Casino CoastersCoasters are an Act 1 currency used to craft items and are obtained by gambling and tapping Casino Gamblers. Read More...
    • Casino Martini.pngMartinis are an Act 2 currency used to craft items and are obtained by gambling and tapping Casino Gamblers. Read More...
    • Casino Show Ticket.pngShow Tickets are an Act 3 currency used to craft items and are obtained by gambling and tapping Casino Gamblers. Read More...
    • Casino Courtesy ChipsCourtesy Chips are a currency used to craft casino chips and are obtained by losing the minigames. Read More...
    • Club Card Points Icon.pngPlayers Club Points are obtained by crafting and placing items, which are used to get special prizes. Read More...
  • Wild West 2016 Event
    • Clues Clues were used as the event's Act One Personal Prize currency. Read More...
    • Deputy Badges Deputy Badges were used as the event's Act Two Personal Prize currency. Read More...
    • TNT TNT was used as the event's Act Three Personal Prize currency. Read More...
    • Pickaxes Pickaxes were used to trade for prize track currency at the General Store. Read More...
    • Hats (Wild West) Hats were used to trade for prize track currency at the General Store. Read More...
    • Guns Guns were used to trade for prize track currency at the General Store. Read More...
    • Gold Coins Gold Coins were used to trade for prize track currency at the General Store. Read More...
    • Prospectors Prospectors were used by releasing them into the towns of the player's neighbors. Read More...
  • Superheroes 2016 Event
    • Brass Knuckles Brass Knuckles were used as the event's Issue 1 Personal Prize currency. Read More...
    • Soilant Red Soilant Red was used as the event's Issue 2 Personal Prize currency. Read More...
    • Crab Juice Cans Crab Juice Cans were used as the event's Issue 3 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Trading Cards Trading Cards were the only currency used to craft prizes in the event. Read More...
    • Sciencewater.png Sciencewater was used to heal up to two hearts worth of life to the player's fighters, but only during a battle. Read More...
    • Band-Aid Indicator.png Band-Aids were used to restore one heart worth of life to the player's fighters, but only outside a battle. Read More...
    • Finite Stones.png Finite Stones were used to upgrade the player's heroes. Read More...
  • SciFi 2016 Event
    • Matter Icon.png Matter was used as the event's Act 1 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Chronons Icon.png Chronons were used as the event's Act 2 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Antimatter Icon.png Antimatter was used as the event's Act 3 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Robot Parts Icon.png Robot Parts were one of two crafting currencies of the event. They were used to craft a limited amount of different items at the 3D Printer. Read More...
    • Future Bucks Icon.png Future Bucks were one of two currencies used to craft prizes in the event. They were used to craft items at the 3D Printer once all demos of the item were crafted. Read More...
    • Flashes Icon.png Flashes were used to clear all robot on the screen during the SciFighter minigame. Read More...
  • Treehouse of Horror XXVII Event
    • Film Icon.png Film was used as the event's Act I personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Clapboard Icon.png Clapboards were used as the event's Act II personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Megaphone Icon.png Megaphones were used as the event's Act III personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Obol Icon.png Obols were the only currency used to craft prizes in the event. Read More...
    • MAG Points Icon.png MAG Points served as a second personal prize currency, but this one as an exclusive track that lasted all the event. MAG Points were awarded when the player obtained new content exclusive of this event, regardless if they were craftables, personal prizes or premium items. Read More...
  • Winter 2016 Event
    • Antlers Icon.png Antlers were used as the event's Act I personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Brooches Icon.png Brooches were used as the event's Act II personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Runestones Icon.png Runestones were the only currency used to craft prizes in the event. Read More...
    • Guilt Dust Icon.png Guilt Dust was a limited-time currency released for the Winter 2016 Event. Read More...
    • Catnip Icon.png Catnips could later be exchanged for Antlers and Runestones. Read More...
    • Carved Figurine Icon.png Carved Figurines could later be exchanged for Antlers and Runestones. Read More...
    • Book of Shadows Icon.png Books of Shadows were a limited-time currency released for the Winter 2016 Event. Read More...
    • Chicken Fingers Icon.png Chicken Fingers were a limited-time currency released for the Winter 2016 Event. Read More...

2017[edit | edit source]

  • Secret Agents 2017 Event
    • Cheap Intel Icon.png Cheap Intels were used as the event's Act 1 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Personal Intel Icon.png Personal Intels were used as the event's Act 2 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Corporate Intel Icon.png Corporate Intels were used as the event's Act 3 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Schematics Icon.png Schematics were the only currency used to craft prizes for the event. Read More...
  • Homerpalooza 2017 Event
    • Cuffs Icon.png Cuffs were used as the event's Act 1 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Sunglasses Icon.png Sunglasses were used as the event's Act 2 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Bling Icon.png Bling was used as the event's Act 3 personal prize track currency. Read More...
    • Festival Tickets Icon.png Festival Tickets were the only currency used to craft prizes for the event. Read More...

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