Trading is the act of giving and/or receiving items and/or between two players, or between a player and an NPC. Giving an item without getting one or gold in return, or getting an item without offering one or gold yourself is also called trading in Diablo II, but not necessarily in real life world.

When trading rare items with other players, gold is rarely used as a currency.

Sale Limits in Diablo IIEdit

  • Normal:
    • In Act I, you can only sell items for up to 5,000 Gold each.
    • In Act II, the amount increases to 10,000.
    • In Act III, you can sell for 15,000 Gold each.
    • In Act IV, the amount becomes 20,000.
    • In Act V, the limit is 25,000 Gold.
  • Nightmare:
    • In Act I-V, the limit is 30,000 Gold.
  • Hell:
    • In Act I-V, the limit is 35,000 Gold.

Diablo IIIEdit

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In Diablo III, trading was fully implemented in the vanilla game (both personal trade and Auction House), but with most, if not all decent items becoming Account Bound in Reaper of Souls, the trade between players has mostly become obsolete. Gold also cannot be transferred anymore.

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