Sunday, 28 November 2010

Changes in [Recipe: Savory Deviate Delight]'s droprate

On most servers the once rare [Recipe: Savory Deviate Delight] is now flooding the Horde's Auction Houses.

  • Avoiding losses

Be sure to take the recipe out of your snatch list.
Since the prices are collapsing you don't want to buy one for mistake.
If you have already some of these recipes and were planning to flip them, start selling them one-by-one on the Alliance AH... Try not to lower the price of the item, if you have to undercut somebody try not to undercut him too much (remember, a single copper is all that is needed).

  • Making money

You should check the difference in price between the Horde's Auction House and the Alliance one: while the rising number of recipes has already lowered their price for the Horde, this could not be true for the Alliance. This can and will change wildly from server to server (and even from day to day).
If you have a way to do cross-faction trading*, this could can a really good source of money: I'm now buying these recipes horde-side for 50-80 gold and selling them to the Alliance for 750-850 gold.
The profits will diminish in the next few days, but I think you'll still make money from this for a long time, if you're careful... Cross-faction trading is always a sure gain and these recipes will still be more common for the Horde than for the Alliance: you should just double-check you're buying them cheap enough.

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