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4-10-2009 @ 1:02PM
Don't sell greens to the vendor! Take your own advice and send them to your bank alt. List them ONCE. Anything more is pouring good money after bad unless it's a really high ticket item. Any item that comes back from auction gets DEd. Enchanting mats will always sell.Otherwise, you're pretty right on. You did forget 'pick up EVERYTHING'. That vendor junk adds up. FWIW, I have 4 toons with epic/northrend flying, with a chopper paid for if I decide I want one and more in the bank, so I'm not hopeless at making money. I don't play the AH or arbitrage, and I don't sell my professional skills, which of course can make you more.
4-10-2009 @ 1:09PM
This post is about making space, not making money. I agree -- if you're still after an epic flying mount or have a money goal in mind, you should try to AH everything that's not gray (and even some gray stuff, if you think it'll sell). You can make an astounding amount of money just by penny pinching all of the greens and white stuff you pick up -- if it's not gray, there's someone out there who wants it, and they'll pay you much more than the vendor.But that said, this guide was for saving bag space. If money isn't a huge concern (in my situation, it's not -- I can make much more just running around on my main than being super frugal with my little Paladin) and your main goal is just to get leveling fast, then vendoring greens might be worth the time saved managing all of the AH back and forth.
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