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how do i know how much to list an item in the auction house for in wow?

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asked 8 years ago in GeneralGeneral by anonymous  

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check http://www.wowecon.com/ and list the item it around the market price
answered 8 years ago by drakaenae King (41,339 points)   5 9 79
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answered 8 years ago by xboxer King (32,462 points)   6 11 48
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You should consider getting the addon Auctioneer. 

It's pretty neat, it scans the auctions on your server and then every time you put something into the auctionhouse it automatically slightly undercuts the lowest price on that object so it will sell! 

You can push up the price a little bit if you expect the item is popular and the lowest price will sell quick. Then you can sell it for a bit more when people buy through the cheap stuff.

http://auctioneeraddon.com/

answered 8 years ago by banespoth Adept (888 points)   2 4 16
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Unfortunatey, WoW doesn't have a history of items listed. The best way is to use an add-on, such as Auctioneer, and scan the AH once a day. After a week or so, you'll have an accurate price suggestion for what price you should list things at.
answered 8 years ago by mrtowel Prince (27,434 points)   8 18 41
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Auctioneer is the way to go.

It scans the current prices and helps you a lot.

http://auctioneeraddon.com/

answered 8 years ago by luke_triton Journeyman (698 points)   13
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Use the acutioneer adonn. its really useful for me.
answered 8 years ago by l4d2bob Grandmaster (11,115 points)   5 10 48
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Check the WoWwiki.
answered 8 years ago by Jaws444 Hero (3,876 points)   1 4 39
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the add-on auctioneer is by far the best way to do that no problems with using that
answered 8 years ago by turtle352 Rookie (253 points)   2

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