What sells well on WoW Auction House?

What sells well on WoW Auction House?

Buying items on the Auction House. The Auction House is always the best option for getting good equipment at a good price. The only items you should be buying from Vendors are basic consumables: food, drinks, vials, dyes, etc. Most other things should come from the Auction House, as they are generally cheaper.

Which Auction House is best?

Top 10 Auction houses (July 2018 – June 2019)

Auction house Top result
1 Sotheby’s $25,701,500
2 Christie’s $91,075,000
3 Phillips $9,500,000
4 China Guardian $6,330,000

What do auction houses do with items that don’t sell?

Burning is when an item goes unsold at auction. Auction houses like to refer to these items as “bought-in” (even though very few auction houses nowadays will actually buy unsold lots from sellers). An item can be burned if no one bids on it or if it does not reach the reserve price.

How do you get gold on the ah?

Farming is the simplest and most guaranteed way to make gold. It comprises using gathering professions (Mining, Herbalism, Skinning, Fishing) to gather trade goods and then sell them on AH.

Do you lose your deposit in wow auction house?

When you cancel an auction that has no bids placed on it, you simply lose your deposit, and the item is returned to you by mail. When you cancel an auction that has a bid in place, you will lose your deposit.

How much gold does the auction house take wow?

The Auction House cut The AH cut is 5% for the faction auction houses and 15% for the neutral AH, which is one of the reasons why the neutral AH is not particularly widely used. When you successfully sell an auction you get the gold that was paid minus the AH cut plus the deposit cost you paid to post the auction.

Do auctioneers cheat?

Auctioneers can cheat as well. One can have fake bidders, which are called “shills” to participate in the auction and purposely raise the price of the item. This is known as shill bidding. Another way of cheating for sellers is called “false bids”, which occurs in second-bid auction.