Green armor items are everywhere in World of Warcraft. Just from leveling up you’ll probably loot a few hundred of them in the process. Selling them to a vendor is an easy way to get some coin, but if you take the time to disenchant or AH them, you’ll end up with way more gold! Here’s a quick list of which items to keep an eye out for when you’re going through your green items to disenchant.
Selling items on the WoW auction house is an incredibly easy way to make all the gold you’ll ever need. It’s also usually less time consuming than farming. All of the items you craft and loot can be sold to other players without you having to be online. Just make a trip to the auction house, tell it your asking price, and it will be listed for sale! So how do you go about figuring out a good price to sell your goods for?
Originally introduced with Wrath of the Lich King, Inscription allows for the creation of off-hand items, Darkmoon cards, and most notably, Glyphs. Glyphs can only be obtained from scribes. With each character being able to use up to nine glyphs, the sale of glyphs will always be a staple in any WoW server’s virtual economy. Even better, you don’t need to know all of the glyphs to make lots of gold on the auction house selling glyphs. Here’s a few tips for getting up and running with your very own glyph business!
Making lots of gold on WoW’s auction house means selling lots of items, and getting the most for those items. When there’s many other sellers to compete with in the marketplace, you often need to make sure you have the best price. There is no one-size-fits-all strategy when it comes to undercutting on the WoW AH. Successful pricing via undercutting takes knowledge of both the market and the nature of item being sold.
Yesterday in part one, I outlined the first few steps you’ll need to take to get started crafting enchanting scrolls for a profit in World of Warcraft: Installing auction add-ons, running an AH scan, configuring your add-ons, clearing out your bags, and going shopping for materials. Now the real fun begins! It’s time to start making your scrolls and selling them for big profits on the WoW auction house!
In Making Gold Buying and Selling Enchanting Scrolls I gave a brief overview of some general principles involved in profiting with enchant scrolls on the World of Warcraft auction house. Here is a quick recap:
* Know your materials cost.
* Use add-ons to automate tasks.
* Sell high profit items.
* Buy out competition that’s priced far below crafting cost.
* Find more profitable items to add to your crafting list.
In today’s article I’m going to explain how to put these principles into practice. I’ll be outlining the step-by-step process I use when selling my own enchant scrolls on the Auction House.
Having finally passed the 200,000 gold milestone, I thought I would share some insights into the regular routines that I use to produce several thousand WoW gold per day with minimal time investment!
A long time ago, the only way to enchant another player’s gear was to open a trade window. With Enchanting Vellum, an enchant can be stored for later use, sold or traded. This has opened up an entirely new market, as other players can shop for scrolls on the auction house instead of having to find an enchanter (and possibly gather the required materials). Here’s a few handy tricks for making lots of gold buying and selling these enchanting scrolls in World of Warcraft.
Here are five Cataclysm enchanting formulas that (depending on your server’s economy) can potentially make you a nice profit. One common characteristic of these enchants is that they aren’t commonly used while leveling, which means you won’t be competing with a frenzy of competition from people looking to unload their scrolls for cheap. Your only competition will be coming from other scroll makers!
Whether you’re saving up for a Vial of the Sands or trying to get gold capped, here are ten ways you can use your Enchanting skill (and a bit of Auction House savvy) to make plenty of gold in World of Warcraft!