With tonight's FarmVille update, we're one day closer to the launch of Winter Wonderland for non-paying players, which should happen as early as tomorrow evening! In the meantime, take a look at the newest items released in the Winter Holiday theme in the store. Keep in mind, if you're going to jump straight into Winter Wonderland and wish to have these items on your new fourth farm, you'll want to hold off purchasing anything until that farm actually launches for you for free. That is, if you purchase them now, with no storage transfer available (as of this writing), you'll need to buy another set once you get onto your new farm. Now, onto the items!
Gingerbread Tree - 8 Farm Cash
Giant Gingerbread Tree - 14 Farm Cash
Candy Cane Tree - 6 Farm Cash
Giant Candy Cane Tree - 12 Farm Cash
Two sets of trees here, but both work in the same way that you'd expect. There's no reason to purchase the Giant version of either tree, as you can earn them for free via Mystery Seedlings (even if those seedlings are ones claimed from friends' wall posts).
Candy Cane Dog - 10 Farm Cash
Big Candy Cane Dog - 12 Farm Cash
Candy Pegacorn - 30 Farm Cash
Elf Polar Bear - 12 Farm Cash
Gingerbread Boar - 16 Farm Cash
Gingerbread Ram - 16 Farm Cash
Spotted Skunk - 2 million coins
To be specific, the two Candy Cane Dogs are pugs, if that helps you make up your mind as to whether or not to purchase them. Also, the Gingerbread Boar or Ram are the additions of the Gingerbread theme to both Pig and Sheep Breeding, respecitvely.
Holiday Pet Store - 15 Farm Cash
Candy Fountain -
Giant Mint Lollipop - 20,000 coins
Giant Mini Lollipop I - 20,000 coins
Candy Cane Gnome - 12 Farm Cash
Candy Cane Outfit - 7 Farm Cash
Again, with all of these items being released in the game with a two week time limit, that gives you time to wait and purchase them once in Winter Wonderland if that's the farm that you'd ultimately like them to end up. It's possible that storage transfer will be unlocked between your Home Farm and Winter Wonderland, but in the meantime (where there's no guarantee of that ever happening), it's best to play it safe, don't you think?
Check out the rest of our Holiday 2011 coverage right here.
What do you think of these newest Winter Holiday items? Sound off in the comments.