The world of Habbo Trading can be intimidating and very hard to understand, and that is why I am making this guide for you today. There are two main places where trading takes place on Habbo, these two places would be Coin/Rare shops, and the Catalog’s Market Place. To start off, I will teach you the do’s and don’ts of coin shops. One main thing you should know as a shopper is that coin shops, will always, and I mean always have the lowest prices. When you come into a coin shop, and it is your turn to shop, and the owner says “offer?” the first thing I would suggest you do, is just leave. In my opinion, when an owner of a shop asks you to offer what you want to pay, this is an intimidation technique. which makes you scared to offer anything too low, which in turn, makes offer a relatively high price. So please I beg you, just walk away, I promise you will find the piece of furniture you wanted from them somewhere else. Just stay away from that shop if at all possible!
One more tip I have for you that will get you the most for your money, is 2 for 1c shops and 3 for 1c shops etc. I myself have never had luck with these, but that is only because they never have things that I am looking for, but if you’re looking for Module dividers, Pura dividers, or things of that nature that are in high bulk demand, these shops will be a gold mine for you.
Now, to move onto a more recent trading method, the Market Place. The Market Place,or as more commonly referred to as the “MP” throughout Habbo, can be found in the Catalog. Some people say that the MP is not at all helping the Habbo economy, as it drastically drives down the prices of many rares.
Here is how it does so: when a person wants to sell a piece of there furniture in the MP, they are allowed to set their own price for it. More likely than not, there will already be this same piece of furniture already in the MP, no problem, it can still be put in the market place, but since each item put into the MP can only stay in the market place for 48 hours, you want to sell yours as fast a possible. When there are multiple pieces of the same furniture in the catalog, the MP decides who’s sells first, based on price, then by order of placement in the MP.
For example if there are two Throne Sofas in the MP, and one is priced at 12c and was posted 2 hours before, and the other is priced as 13c and posted 12 hours before, the one priced at 12c, will sell before the one priced at 13. So usually, people will post their furniture 1c lower the the lowest one already in the MP, not only driving down it’s value in the MP, but also in rare and coin shops. Shop owners often turn to the MP to price their items, so they will often begin to charge lower and lower for the furni, or the other way around if the MP price rises.
So really, that is all I have to offer you today, but be sure, if I have any other tips I feel need to be shared with the public, you will find them here, on www.Habbox.com, also don’t forget to share your thoughts on this article in the comments section below!
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