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One of the things that makes the Grand Exchange such a great place to earn rs gold is that you don’t need to have a high level character to obtain items that are high in demand. In fact, there are many items that require no skill whatsoever to obtain that will fetch a decent price on the market. One example of this is swamp tar – an item that you can just pick up off the ground in the Lumbridge Swamp. Swamp tar can sell for anywhere between 200 and 250 gp (sometimes more) on the GE. That can be a pretty nice score for a brand new player who wants to get a jump on making money in Runescape.

To sell an item on the Grand Exchange in Runescape, first talk to one of the bankers and withdraw that item as a note. You can switch to note withdrawal mode by clicking on the icon in the middle of the bottom of the bank window as shown in the screenshot below.

Withdraw Item as a Note

Withdrawing items as a note means you can withdraw as many as you like and not have to worry about inventory space since notes stack in your inventory. Note that items that are already stackable cannot be withdrawn as notes.

Once you have the item in your inventory, talk to a GE clerk and gain access to your offers. Click on the Sell icon in one of the empty slots.

Selling an Item on the Grand Exchange

Next, click on the item that you want to sell in your inventory and it will appear in the Sell Offer window.

Set Price of Item

Now, you can adjust the price that you want to ask for the item within 5% of the current market price. When done, click the Confirm Offer icon and you’ll be returned to your list of Grand Exchange offers.

If the item is in heavy demand, it may sell right away, but it could take longer. However, you don’t have to worry about waiting around at the Grand Exchange for your runescape gold when it does sell. Once someone has bought the item, you’ll be notified in the game messages area that one of your offers has been updated. Then, all you have to do is go to any bank in Runescape and collect your money.

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