There is a ton of Materials that you will find while exploring the Hyrule World in Tears of the Kingdom and a lot of Materials are limited to certain areas. Almost all of the Materials can be fused with your weapons but some of the materials are worth much more and are better for selling. Selling the Materials can make you some money that can come in handy while traveling long distances between regions.
In this guide, we’ll tell you how to Buy & Sell Items in Tears of the Kingdom.
How to Buy & Sell Items in Tears of the Kingdom
In order to Buy & Sell Items in Tears of the Kingdom, you will have to find a walking merchant or a shopkeeper in a town. The Walking Merchants can be found near all of the Stables in Hyrule World. If you reach a stable, you will see a man walking with a ton of items on his back. If you interact with him, you will be able to both Buy & Sell Items to him.
The Shopkeepers, remain in their designated location. You will have to talk to them to either Buy or Sell Items. Most of the Shopkeepers only sell a number of materials so, you will not be able to buy anything from any merchant. However, you will be able to sell anything from your Materials Tab to them. In order to Buy Items, you only have to interact with the item on display and the merchant will tell you its price either for 1 piece or for the whole stack. After that, you can select the number of pieces you want of that item or you can buy all of the.
In order to sell items, you will have to talk to the merchant and you will have to select a dialogue. There are two common dialogues for selling items.
- Buy My Stuff!
- Look What I Got!
Both of these dialogues refer to as sell items. Once you have selected that dialogue, it will open your inventory on the left side and you will be able to select the items from it and then sell them to the merchant.
The most important items to sell in Tears of the Kingdom are the Gemstones. If you mine any Gemstones or find any Gemstones during your adventure, make sure to sell them to make a couple of hundred Rupees on the side.