Tarkov black market prices

Tarkov black market prices DEFAULT
Lab. Red keycard

Lab. Red keycard

1

33,472,220 ₽

33,472,220 ₽

a year ago

Lab. Violet keycard

Lab. Violet keycard

1

7,400,040 ₽

7,400,040 ₽

a year ago

Lab. Blue keycard

Lab. Blue keycard

1

5,920,000 ₽

5,920,000 ₽

a year ago

T-7 Thermal Goggles with Night Vision Mounts

T-7 Thermal Goggles with Night Vision Mounts

2

10,300,440 ₽

5,150,220 ₽

a year ago

Red Rebel Ice pick

Red Rebel Ice pick

3

3,538,888 ₽

1,179,629 ₽

a year ago

RB-MP13 key

RB-MP13 key

1

1,080,004 ₽

1,080,004 ₽

a year ago

RB-PS81 key

RB-PS81 key

1

995,004 ₽

995,004 ₽

a year ago

RB-GN key

RB-GN key

1

967,500 ₽

967,500 ₽

a year ago

T H I C C Items case

T H I C C Items case

15

14,170,000 ₽

944,667 ₽

a year ago

RB-KSM key

RB-KSM key

1

845,004 ₽

845,004 ₽

a year ago

Object 11SR keycard

Object 11SR keycard

1

799,000 ₽

799,000 ₽

a year ago

RB-RS key

RB-RS key

1

740,000 ₽

740,000 ₽

a year ago

RB-MP22 key

RB-MP22 key

1

735,000 ₽

735,000 ₽

a year ago

Key to KIBA store outlet

Key to KIBA store outlet

1

698,448 ₽

698,448 ₽

a year ago

Portable defibrillator

Portable defibrillator

1

678,000 ₽

678,000 ₽

a year ago

Jack-o'-lantern tactical pumpkin helmet

Jack-o'-lantern tactical pumpkin helmet

4

2,500,000 ₽

625,000 ₽

a year ago

LEDX Skin Transilluminator

LEDX Skin Transilluminator

1

625,000 ₽

625,000 ₽

a year ago

Small S I C C case

Small S I C C case

2

1,167,500 ₽

583,750 ₽

a year ago

T H I C C Weapon case

T H I C C Weapon case

10

5,622,778 ₽

562,278 ₽

a year ago

RB-ORB2 key

RB-ORB2 key

1

562,000 ₽

562,000 ₽

a year ago

Keytool

Keytool

1

561,500 ₽

561,500 ₽

a year ago

Key to Goshan cash register

Key to Goshan cash register

1

465,000 ₽

465,000 ₽

a year ago

7.62x25mm TT P gl

7.62x25mm TT P gl

1

8,500 ₽

a year ago

Dogtag case

Dogtag case

1

416,574 ₽

416,574 ₽

a year ago

M-2 Tactical Sword

M-2 Tactical Sword

3

1,198,950 ₽

399,650 ₽

a year ago

Lab. Green keycard

Lab. Green keycard

1

387,500 ₽

387,500 ₽

a year ago

RB-OP key

RB-OP key

1

380,000 ₽

380,000 ₽

a year ago

West wing room 220 key

West wing room 220 key

1

370,000 ₽

370,000 ₽

a year ago

ULTRA medical storage key

ULTRA medical storage key

1

298,008 ₽

298,008 ₽

a year ago

Key RB-PSP2

Key RB-PSP2

1

295,000 ₽

295,000 ₽

a year ago

RB-AK key

RB-AK key

1

289,998 ₽

289,998 ₽

a year ago

TerraGroup Labs access keycard

TerraGroup Labs access keycard

1

274,044 ₽

274,044 ₽

a year ago

Shturman key

Shturman key

1

265,000 ₽

265,000 ₽

a year ago

Lab. key. Manager office

Lab. key. Manager office

1

262,500 ₽

262,500 ₽

a year ago

Tactica Tula 10000 mount

Tactica Tula 10000 mount

1

245,000 ₽

245,000 ₽

a year ago

West wing room 219 key

West wing room 219 key

1

237,393 ₽

237,393 ₽

a year ago

West wing room 222 key

West wing room 222 key

1

221,990 ₽

221,990 ₽

a year ago

East wing room 313 key

East wing room 313 key

1

217,500 ₽

217,500 ₽

a year ago

Health resort management office safe key

Health resort management office safe key

1

216,888 ₽

216,888 ₽

a year ago

Trijicon REAP-IR thermal riflescope

Trijicon REAP-IR thermal riflescope

2

411,944 ₽

205,972 ₽

a year ago

East wing room 216 key

East wing room 216 key

1

200,600 ₽

200,600 ₽

a year ago

Lab. Black keycard

Lab. Black keycard

1

200,400 ₽

200,400 ₽

a year ago

Military base checkpoint key

Military base checkpoint key

1

184,503 ₽

184,503 ₽

a year ago

East wing room 206 key

East wing room 206 key

1

183,000 ₽

183,000 ₽

a year ago

Magpul MOE SL mid length M-LOK foregrip for AR15

Magpul MOE SL mid length M-LOK foregrip for AR15

2

357,666 ₽

178,833 ₽

a year ago

East wing room 222 key

East wing room 222 key

1

172,888 ₽

172,888 ₽

a year ago

Object 21WS keycard

Object 21WS keycard

1

169,450 ₽

169,450 ₽

a year ago

Office 112 West wing key

Office 112 West wing key

1

166,950 ₽

166,950 ₽

a year ago

DEVTAC Ronin ballistic helmet

DEVTAC Ronin ballistic helmet

4

666,666 ₽

166,666 ₽

a year ago

5.56x45 mm M995

5.56x45 mm M995

1

2,674 ₽

a year ago

Sours: https://eft-loot.com/

Escape from Tarkov is a first-person shooter game developed by Battlestate Games studio based in Russia. Developers have put great emphasis on realistic first-person simulator experience. The game provides players with a story-driven walkthrough with MMO elements. The economy plays a very important part in EfT, players have access to a multitude of customizable skins and items, and the In-game tradesmen offer goods based on their origins: Russian equipment can be bought only for Roubles, and only from a certain trader, while NATO equipment is sold for Dollars only. This double currency system provides a refreshing experience when it comes to trading in Escape from Tarkov; it is worth noting that some items can be bought only with different currencies. Optimizing your storage space is another core aspect of the game. Your warehouse space is very limited, and therefore you will need things like Cases to utilize every bit of available space. When you die in Escape from Tarkov, you lose all your gear keep that in mind when embarking on your first adventure and get your hand on a container as soon as possible, because it will allow you to preserve at least a part of your equipment after you die. Escape from Tarkov introduces a large variety of item customization options which lays foundations for the very interesting game experience. The city of Tarkov is a large playground, and you can go anywhere you want, but some places are hidden behind closed doors and will require Keys to access.

Odealo is an online marketplace where you can equip yourself for even the most difficult missions that await you in Escape from Tarkov, for the lowest price, just check our store. We offer everything you might want starting on our Escape from Tarkov marketplace, where trading is done with the use of real-life cash. Odealo supports Escape from Tarkov real money trading and acts as a very secure shop for EfT assets where trading is done solely by regular players and committed players.

Escape from Tarkov Economy and Trading

As an online-based FPS, Escape from Tarkov has proven to be a great success. Its realistic mechanics, attention to detail, elaborate equipment-modding systems, engaging gameplay, and very high skill ceiling appeal to thousands of players that play the game each day. However, EfT is much more than just a hardcore online shooter game; it is a survival of the fittest simulator that forces players to make the most out of what they have in an attempt to outsmart, outplay, and overcome their adversaries. On top of that, Escape from Tarkov also does a great job of simulating the economy of an outlawed conflict zone, where big guns and deep pockets dictate who has the power. The game offers multiple EfT Trading systems that let players become a part of the economic machine, which greatly increases immersion:

  • Looting and Scavenging - Let's start with the basics; finding assets that spawn on the maps is what makes the in-game economy rolling, especially early after a wipe. While this part of gameplay is what drives inflation in other games, it is not a problem in EfT as good loot is scarce and extracting it from Raids can sometimes be very tricky.
  • Traders - The pillars of the EfT Marketplace. These people (currently only NPCs) have access to various goods that are essential to players (armaments, provisions, medical supplies, ammunition, construction materials, and more), and are willing to sell them for an appropriate price. To get the best deals, however, players have to earn the Trader's trust, which is associated with completing various, sometimes extremely dangerous, tasks. This ensures that the in-game gear progression is gradual. It also makes completing quests much more rewarding. Traders can also repair player's gear, for a fee of course. Currently, there are eight Traders (Jaeger, Ragman, Mechanic, Peacekeeper, Skier, Fence, Therapist, and Prapor), each of them with different outside connections, currency preferences, and assortment. To prevent inflation and increase the game's difficulty level, prices of The Best EfT Assets offered by traders are very prohibitive. This forces players to look for alternative sources of gear, as only the most skilled and the richest can afford to equip themselves by just reaching deep into their pockets and buying all they need from traders. 
  • Barter - Sometimes cash can't buy you the things you need. Luckily, Traders are a rather peculiar lot (collectors, master craftsmen, scientists, or enthusiasts) and are willing to exchange some of the best EfT Gear pieces for other, less useful, stuff. Thanks to the Barter system, many seemingly useless items are actually very valuable and can be a great source of income if one knows where to look for them. The system also allows players to obtain high-level gear early, but doing so is rather risky as Barters are limited, items that are the part of an exchange tend to be rare, and loosing the bartered asset during a Raid will most likely result in the player not being able to replace it with a piece of the same power-level. This is why it is, most of the time, a good idea to sell the bartered asset to other players and buy a few cheaper replacements. This is where the main Tarkov's economy driving motor comes in: 
  • The EfT Flea Market - The place where players can freely trade with each other and/or with AI Traders. It allows players to browse through the goods that are currently for sale and to create their own deals. After its introduction, the Flea Market quickly became the most popular Tarkov Marketplace. The abundance of offers ensures that prices are lower than those offered by Traders and lack of restrictions enables low-level players to buy the best EfT gear without the need for completing questlines, which greatly speeds up the progression if one knows his way around. However, just like Traders, the Flea Markt has a certain progression associated with it: Increasing Reputation, by completing market deals, increases the maximum number of offers a player can post; starting with 1 offer and ending with a maximum of 100 concurrent offers after reaching 1000+ reputation. To fight inflation and make flipping more difficult, each EfT Flea Market transaction is taxed. A word of advice here: always check the prices before posting/selling something; this way you will ensure that you are charging an appropriate price for an asset and not just throwing it away for practically nothing. 

The EfT Marketplace

Thanks to the fact that, in Tarkov, the best gear is scarce and the most valuable assets are very hard to come by, some of the "virtual" items, in the EfT, have a very "real" value. This takes the gameplay to a totally new level: players are playing not only for pixels but also for actual, real-life, profit. Because of this, Odealo has prepared a place where EfT players can Buy and Sell in-game assets for Real Money. Our Tarkov Marketplace offers the possibility to quickly and safely exchange in-game assets for cash and vice versa. With our help, you will be able to cheaply gear up with the best armor and armaments and/or sell your hard-earned loot to other players. Odealo's EfT Marketplace is 100% safe as we value our client's safety above all else. We guarantee that all transactions made under our agency come smoothly and our security policies are there to ensure the security of Buyers and Sellers alike. Don't miss your opportunity, join our rapidly growing Escape from Tarkov community and take advantage of the best, and safest, deals on the internet! 

Sours: https://odealo.com/games/escape-from-tarkov/marketplace
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EFT Flea Market Prices

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Sours: https://eftfg.com/flea-market

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Sours: https://tarkov-market.com/

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Trading will be a part of the dynamic economy in Escape from Tarkov, including rag fairs, auctions, and even the possibility to become a trader.

Dealers[]

  • The pillars of commerce in the ruined, beleaguered Norvinsk. Each dealer specializes in a particular category of goods, be they military gear, weapons, or meds. While their prices are typically steep, you get what you pay for - and more importantly, you can build reputation with each dealer through Quests, to reduce the commission they receive (additional markup you pay on sales and purchases), receive better offers in general, and so on.
  • Dealers also offer additional services, such as repairs and insurance (allowing you to recover your gear in case of death during a raid).
Nickname Name Image Origin Location Wares Currency Used Description
PraporPavel Yegorovich Romanenko
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Russian Federation Verkhneye urban settlement Post-Soviet Bloc weapons, ammunition, grenades, magazines, weapon modifications Roubles (₽) The Warrant officer in charge of supply warehouses on the sustaining base enforcing the Norvinsk region blockade. Secretly supplied the BEAR PMC operators with weapons, ammunition, and various other provisions he had at his disposal during the Contract Wars.
TherapistElvira Khabibullina
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Russian Federation Tarkov City Medical supplies, Maps, Groceries, Containers Roubles (₽)
Euros (€)
Head of the Trauma Care Department of the Tarkov Central City Hospital.
Fence<Real name unknown>
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Unknown A network of trading outlets all over the Norvinsk region Anything sold to him, Uninsured Gear Roubles (₽) The conflict had barely started when Fence began setting up anonymous outlets for buying and selling goods. Keeping incognito, he nevertheless managed to put together a well-organised smuggler network, operating all over the Norvinsk region.
SkierAlexander Fyodorovich Kiselyov
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Russian Federation Tarkov Customs District Containers, weapons, ammunition, weapon modifications, Euros Roubles (₽)
Dollars ($)
Euros (€)
Previously a port zone customs terminal employee, who initially oversaw dealings of the terminal's goods. Over the course of the conflict, he put together a gang of thugs in order to grab everything of value that he could lay his hands on in the vicinity of the terminal.
PeacekeeperTadeusz Pilsudski
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Republic of Poland Tarkov Port District Western/NATO weapons, ammunition, grenades, magazines, weapon modifications, US dollars Dollars ($) UN peacekeeping Force supply officer, based in one of the central checkpoints leading to the Tarkov port zone. The blue helmets have been seen poking their heads into small deals from the very beginning of the conflict, buying everything of value in exchange for western weapons, ammo, and all kinds of military equipment.
MechanicSergey Arsenyevich Samoylov
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Unknown Chemical Plant Factory within the Customs District Ammunition, Glock 17/18, Weapon Modifications, Magazines, Western/NATO Weapons Euros (€)
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A former chemical plant foreman, who from the very beginning of the conflict took to weapon modification, repairs, and maintenance of complex equipment and technology. He prefers clandestine solo living and operates discreetly, while placing complicated and challenging tasks above all else.
RagmanAbramyan Sarkisivich Arshavir
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Unknown InterchangeClothing, armor, backpacks, tactical rigs, gear Roubles (₽) Previously, he worked as a director in a shopping center located in the suburbs of Tarkov. Now dealing in mostly clothing- and gear-related items, anywhere from sunglasses to body armor.
JaegerIvan Egorovich Kharitonov
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Unknown Priozersk Natural Reserve Post-Soviet Bloc weapons, Ammunition, Magazines, Weapon Modifications, Hideout resources Roubles (₽) Before the conflict he worked as a hunter in the Priozersk Natural Reserve under the State Hunting Service. A professional hunter and survival specialist. Even now, he still guards the reserve's hunting grounds from various aggressive individuals.

Barter[]

All traders in Escape from Tarkov (with the exception of Fence) offer items for Barter as opposed to buying the items with money alone. These trades often allow the player to obtain higher level gear at lower loyalty levels, or to trade a number of cheap items for a more valuable item to be used or sold at a profit. Most of these valuable trades are heavily limited per trader reset and often disappear (out of stock), so be sure to check in after reset for your favorite trades!

Each available trade is listed on the individual items pages involved and all available trades are summarized on the barter trades page. an example trade in Tarkov would be:

This trade is with Peacekeeper at LL1, you may exchange 8 of your brass-handled Bars A-2607 for 1 MP5

Flea Market[]

The Flea Market is a complete collection of all player and AI trader offered exchange deals. The system works on an offer basis, allowing each merchant to set up complex deals for others to take part in.

User Interface[]

The market is accessible in the "Trading" menu via a tab situated at the top of the screen. Upon entering the Flea Market, the playe view described above, the "Wish List" screen (abbreviated "W-List") which shows all items the player wishes for (added with a right click to any item) and the "My Offers" screen which shows the players' current exchange deals.

The offer list can be filtered via the left-hand category list and search bar, each category also featuring subcategories (e.g., Weapons > SMGs). Each category inherits its child subcategories' items. All of the market's tabs can be filtered using this feature.

At the top right of the screen, the player can choose the appearance of the list (currently not available), view his balance, reputation and a button which allows them to add an offer.

Offers[]

Offers are exchange deals established by players or AI merchants, these have one player switch items with another (or an AI trader). The system doesn't limit the players much, few guidelines being set, thus:

  • All items can be exchanged, with the exception of secure containers, bitcoins, and currency.
    • An item can only be offered if it has the found in raid status.
    • Barter trade offers from players can only be carried out if the required items are found in raid.
    • Barter trade offers from traders can be carried out regardless of the found in raid status of the required items (although only found in raid items will be auto selected).
    • Items will not lose the found in raid status if they are put up for sale on the Flea Market and expire or are removed.
  • Usually unstackable items will stack within a single trade offer.
  • You cannot offer multiple items, but can ask for a maximum of 3.
  • The same item cannot be asked for and offered at the same time unless said item has a consumable resource.
  • You can only ask for examined items.

After achieving PMC level 20, the player can start adding their own offers on the market, offering any item they own in their stash (other than secure containers) for exchange with any item they have in their Handbook (examined items). Before creating an offer, a player must consider the following:

  • Upon offer creation, a calculated tax in Roubles (see formula below) is deducted from the players' balance.
  • The "Require for all items in offer" checkbox can be checked to apply a total price for all stacked items instead of a per-item price.
  • The player can only create a limited amount of offers, affected by their merchant reputation.
  • If an item does not sell, the players' reputation is decreased.
  • The remaining time for an offer to be sold can be extended by clicking on the small up arrow next to the time remaining on the offer.

After an offer has been fulfilled, all proceeds will be mailed to the player via the in-game merchant "Ragman". These proceeds will be available to be picked up for 7 days, after which they will expire and become unobtainable.

Reputation[]

Each player has a reputation value (starting at 0.20) which affects their number of offers and the view other players have upon their offers.

  • Reputation is gained upon successfully completing deals. Every ₽50,000 gained from deals incrementally increases the player's reputation by approximately 0.01.
  • Reputation is lost whenever an offer is not fulfilled, removals included.

Offer slots are increased upon reaching a certain reputation value and decreased upon dropping below it. All offer slot increase thresholds can be seen in the following table:

Reputation Number of offers
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-∞ -2 1
-2 0.2 2
0.2 10 3
10 30 4
30 50 5
50 70 6
70 100 7
100 150 8
150 250 9
250 500 10
500 750 12
750 1000 14
1000 +∞ 18

Tax[]

The fee you'll have to pay to post an offer on Flea Market is calculated using the following formula:

VO × Ti × 4PO × Q + VR × Tr × 4PR × Q

Where:

  • is the total value of the offer, calculated by multiplying the base price of the item times the amount (base price × total item count / Q). The Base Price is a predetermined value for each item.
  • is the total value of the requirements, calculated by adding the product of each requirement base price by their amount.
  • is a modifier calculated as .
    • If is less than then is also raised to the power of .
  • is a modifier calculated as .
    • If is greater or equal to then is also raised to the power of .
  • is the "quantity" factor which is either when "Require for all items in offer" is checked or the amount of items being offered otherwise.
  • and are tax constants currently set to .

30% of this commission will be deducted if the player has constructed the level 3 Intelligence Center.

After this round the number, if it ends with a decimal point. The base price of any item can be calculated by dividing the trader buyback price with the multiplier of that trader. Traders have a different multiplier, Therapist=0.63, Ragman=0.62, Jaeger=0.6, Mechanic=0.56, Prapor=0.5, Peacekeeper~0.495, Skier=0.49, Fence=0.4. Durability of items or number of uses affects the base price, so in order to get the base price of full items, don't compare with damaged/used ones.

Auctions[]

  • Has yet to be implemented
Sours: https://escapefromtarkov.fandom.com/wiki/Trading
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