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Flipping OSRS is one of the most popular OSRS Money Making methods that is used by wealthy and high ranked players in Runescape to make money. In flipping, the player purchases an item at a fairly low price and then sells it at a higher price in order to profit through OSRS gold. Here are some of the best items that you can flip in the OSRS mobile game to get more OSRS gold

3. Ores

Ores are a fairly common item flipped in the world of Runescape. You can easily flip gold core, coal, iron ore, and many more. The prices are constantly changing on the GE, to you should always check the live prices before going through with the trade.

2. Runes

Another great item to flip is runes. There are four major runes that you can focus on – Chaos rune, cosmic rune, nature rune, and death rune. There runes will usually get you a profit of 4 GP each. However, these are often bought and sold quickly which allows you to easily make 40k in merely 5 min per rune.

1. Rune items

The most prominently flipper category in the world of osrs is rune items. Many people flip rune axes, rune 2h swords, rune scimitars, rune platelegs, rune chainbody, and more. Most of them are bought and sold really fast which allows you to get a massive profit of GP per item depending on the item.


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Introduction to Flipping (OSRS Flipping Guide)

Flipping is like any other skill, you gain experience and knowledge the more you do it and can quite often be the most profitable skill/tool to learn. Though despite this it’s not a tangible skill with xp gains or levels, yet it’s still arguably one of the most important. It will help you fund all your other skills and needs. It can be rather complicated and scary to get into when standing from the outside looking in, however once you learn the basic tools needed it can be done quickly, rapidly and with little margin of error.

Flipping is the act of purchasing tradeable items from the Grand Exchange for a low price and reselling for a higher price, with the direct goal of making a margin. As your experience and GP grows your margins will grow and the potential for larger profit will be available. In order to fully understand this concept however and how to approach it we must first break down some core mechanics of Old School Runescape, how the Grand Exchange works and all questions related. This guide will be split into multiple categories to help you fully understand how each component works.

Grand Exchange Interface

One of the biggest features of standard Old School Runescape is the ability to buy and sell items in singular or large quantities on a live marketplace known as the Grand Exchange. Prices are always fluctuating and can vary widely depending on upcoming/past game updates, new meta builds and sadly the quantity of current bots in the system. It can be a great place to make money and also to lose a lot, thus before stepping into Flipping you’ll want to know what each function of the Grand Exchange does and how to use it to your advantage.

When first opening the Grand Exchange Trade Window which is located in Varrock you’ll be presented with 8 Trade slots, 2 unlocked for Free-To-Play and all 8 for Pay-To-Play. As a new player and potential flipper it’s not necessary to have access to all 8 slots however it can help grow your funds drastically. In the window displayed above there is a History button and a Buy/Sell button found in each slot. The Buy/Sell buttons represent which action you wish to take and the History button will show you a history of your trades on the Grand Exchange, this is a very important tab to keep watch on as it will be your main indicator on whether you will want to buy or sell an item.

Looking at the first two slots for example we can see an item that has been selected as a potential flip. The first section marked as sold will indicate the lowest possible price you can purchase the item for at the current moment, whilst the Bought option indicates the highest possible price. It’s found in between these two measures that we will have our margin. In the case displayed above it’s 1 GP, meaning if you say you purchased 5, Iron Ore at 75 GP each you would be able to sell it again for a maximum buy price of 76 GP, gaining you a 1 GP margin per ore.

Now this is quite small and in most cases not worth the time and effort but for new players and those with little GP to work with it can be a great and safe way to grow your cash stack to a point where you can invest in items that have larger margins. Stepping further from this when we investigate the Buy/Sell Options on the Grand Exchange we are presented with the following window.

In the Section to the left is a display image of what the current item you are wishing to Buy/Sell is, followed by a Maximum purchase limit shown just to the left. This means that you can only purchase a maximum of 13, of this item per 4 hour period. Listed below is the quantity tab where you can increase the quantity of the buying item or set a custom buying amount, however if it’s over the stated Buy Limit it won’t clear until after the 4 hour window has passed. To the right are two buttons spread apart, one pointing down and the other up. These when clicked will increase or decrease the total price per item by 5%, for the purpose of flipping it is highly recommended to neglect these buttons as they’re often widely outside of the margin that we will test, such as the 1 GP margin shown with the Iron Ore.

The hand icon with stacked coins represents a return to default where you can reset the price to the market index price, followed by the … which allows you to enter a custom price per item.

The most important features needed when flipping are the … for custom quantity and … for custom price. Now that we’ve delved through the functions of the Grand Exchange we will move on into the next section and discuss how to find a profit margin.

Profit Margins

Finding a profit margin, especially for a new player can be rather difficult, not because of the way the Grand Exchange works but because of your knowledge of existing items in game, popular items, free to play items and such. For this there are a few helpful sites which will be linked at the end of the guide, these will show you metrics such as Highest Quantity Trades, Highest Price Trades, Rarest Trades etc. As a new player focusing on Highest Quantity Trades is the safest route and will also teach you about what items are always in popular demand. This can include items such as Runes, Logs, Fish, Ore and generally all have relatively stable Grand Exchange prices, meaning the chance of losing money through a bad flip is greatly reduced.

The picture shown above is a display of some items that are bought and sold in large quantities throughout the day. For the purpose of this guide we will remain with Iron Ore. Due to such a high demand the price will rarely fluctuate meaning the margin will remain relatively similar. This changes drastically when approaching more rare items such as Clue Scroll Rewards, Raid items and such. When it comes to actually finding a margin you will want to make sure you have enough capital GP to cover the loss of 1 margin check. For example, you purchase some Iron Ore at 40% higher than the standard GE price. This item purchases at a set current maximum the GE is offering, in this instance GP.

Then re-sell the Iron Ore for 1 GP, the GE will default to the lowest resonable offer being GP, showing a margin of 1 GP. For more expensive items its more important to have the capital to be able to buy atleast 3 of the items you wish to flip. For example if you wish to flip Ranger Boots that cost 38 Mil you will require atleast Mil in order to flip the item, check its margin and then make the margin back + profit from further flips of the item.

When To Flip

Knowing when to flip can be rather intimidating and prices can fluctuate depending on the time of day, recent update or current events. Generally the majority of the playerbase is from the United Kingdom and America, meaning that prices will fluctuate more during the hours of 9AMPM in those timezones and remain relatively stable in the outside hours. This can be a great indicator of what to purchase, for example purchasing a high level raid item such as a Dragon Hunter Lance, during the lul period you might acquire it for Mill. Wait a few hours until the active periods in those time zones and it will be traded at a much higher rate, meaning a larger profit margin can occur. You could potentially earn anywhere from K+ just from purchasing items outside of active windows and selling in active times.

Furthermore game updates and ingame events can and do greatly influence market prices, such as drastic crashes if an update has changed the meta for a raid or if a current event is going on. Such as a Christmas event where Santa Hats and such are in much higher supply. Granted items such as these will always be in relatively high demand but using these windows to purchase large quantities of items can be a great method to make long term gains.

For example a recent new meta has decreased the price of Stamina potions down to around 5, GP. Prior to this update of the Hallowed Sepulcor they were much more expensive and harder to acquire. With this knowledge lets say for example a poll is made that reduces the drop rate of Amalayse Crystals, a core component in making Stamina Potions. The poll passes, it would then be a great idea to quickly purchase up large quantities of Stamina Potions and hold onto them for a month or two until supply gradualy decreases. This is a hypothetical situation however but it's effects can be likened to content related to current and previous polls.

What to Flip

As a beginner flipper you'll want to stick to High Quantity Low Risk Items such as those shown on the Most Traded page of the OSRS Grand Exchange Database. Stick to these until you get an understanding of how the system works and start to learn more about the items thats exist within OSRS. These will all be relatively safe meaning if you lose money on a flip it will generally be much less than K.

Once you're feeling more comfortable you can start to check items on pages such as Valuable Tradesthis is a great page to look at for recognising trending Low Quantity High Risk items, the same methods as shown above apply although a greater deal of study is required in order to minimise your risk of loss. For example, selecting an item such as the Ancestral Robe Set and opening it's containing page, here we can see how the item has tracked over the past month, 3 months and 6 months. Looking at this graph can help show how the item is tracking over a period of time and how it's price fluctuates based on day or month.

Over a 1 month period we can notice that the price of the armor set has drastically increased, had slight lul periods and greater increases. This can be an indicator that purchasing the item and sitting on it for a few days could be a good idea, however it's always impossible to completely predict how an item will track, which is why precaution is always required

Helpful Sites

Grand Exchange Database (Official Runescape Site)

GE Tracker(This site can be useful for finding items however they charge a subscription fee, the official Grand Exchange Database website offers just as much useful and meaningful information)

How to Flip with Real-time Prices! - OSRS Flipping Guide

What are the best items to flip in osrs? The best items to flip depend on the grand exchange prices which fluctuate from day to day, making it very hard to write an article or make a youtube video about these items. That’s why we’ve decided to split it up in categories.

There are a couple of categories that always have profitable items available to flip. Here’s the list:

1. Popular potions

popular potions such as super restore, prayer and super combat potions are super easy and quick items that you can flip daily in osrs

popular potions such as super restore, prayer potion, super combat potion and more are probably one of the safest flipping bets in osrs. These items have a very high buy/sell ratio making them super easy and quick to flip.


  • Always check the potion tab on ge-tracker to see which potions are currently profitable.  
  • You can buy potions of every dose meaning you can buy potions of every variant (just make sure to check the profit rate first)
  • There are always a couple of profitable potion, making it a perfect daily flip

List of potential popular potions to flip:

  • Super restore
  • Energy potion
  • Stamina potion
  • Super combat potion
  • Prayer potion

Buy limit: 

Potions have a buy-limit of every 4 hours.

This is the potion tab on ge-tracker at the day this article was written. You can see that both the super combat potion (1) and the stamina potion (2) are showing huge profits. Buying of these two alone would profit K and K for a total profit of K gp, on just two flips.

Of course, profits aren’t always this high but even just the 61gp profit from prayer potions (4) would bring in K in a single flip. 

On this day, there are 12 profitable potions with a buy limit of each and an average profit of gp. If you were to flip everything, you would have a total profit of m on potions alone. 

2. PKing items

Pking items are always good for flipping items in osrs. Pking items include dragon scimitar, granite maul and more

Pking items such as the granite maul, helm of neitiznot, berserker helm and more have a nice buy/sell ratio because they are constantly being bought to pk with or sold as loot. 

These items are still relatively cheap to buy the max limit (70). However, don’t expect major profits for flipping pking items. Your profit per item-limit (e.g. 70 helm of neitiznots) should be anywhere between 50K and 90K.

List of potential pking items to flip:

  • Helm of neitiznot
  • Berserker helm
  • Granite Maul
  • DDS
  • Dragon Scimitar
  • Armadyl Godsword

Buy limit

Most pk items have a buy limit of 70 every 4 hours. 

3. High-Volume items

high volume items are some of the best items to flip in osrs. Items include planks, magic longbow/shortbow, bolts/darts and runes

High-volume items are items with a buy-limit of 10, and over. These items generally have a lower profit margin but since you can buy large amounts they are often still worth it.

You only need a small profit margin of 10gp+ to make decent money with high-volume flips.

List of potential high-volume items to flip:

  • Planks
  • Magic longbow
  • Magic shortbow
  • bolts/darts
  • runes
  • Zulrah’s Scales
magic longbows is a great high-volume item to flip in osrs

The above graph shows a good example of a high-volume item that can be flipped for a quick profit. Ge-tracker shows an approximate profit of 10gp each. After testing the items yourself first, you can do a buy limit flip for K profit.


When dealing with high-volume items, make sure to check the buy/sell ratios before purchasing, just because an item has a good profit margin doesn’t mean it’s going to sell quickly.

4. Popular PVM items

pvm items such as the trident, whip and serpentime helm are popular pvm items that are some of the best items to flip in osrs

The fury, whip, uncharged trident, serpentine helm are what I consider PVM or medium-ticket items. These items range in price from M each and have a buy limit of 8. They are constantly bought and sold making them perfect for a quick daily profit. 

List of potential PVM items to flip:

  • Fury
  • Serpentine helm (uncharged)
  • Trident (uncharged)
  • Whip


– Always check the Ge-tracker for these items. They are almost always profitable but sometimes the small difference isn’t really worth it. 

Buy limit

Most PVM items have a buy limit of 70 every 4 hours. 

toxic trident is one of the best pvm items to flip in osrs

If you were to buy the limit of 8 uncharged toxic tridents today, you would profit K on that item alone. 

5. High-ticket items

high-ticket items such as the ghrazi rapier and dragon hunter lance/crossbow are some of the best items to flip in osrs

High-ticket items are of course the super expensive flips. Think about dragon hunter lance, crossbow, rapier and more. These items have a good buy/sell ratio and often can make you huge profits if you’re willing to take the risk.

List of potential high-volume items:

  • Dragon hunter lance
  • Dragon hunter crossbow
  • Ghrazi Rapier
  • Dragon Warhammer
  • Dragon Claws
flipping items in osrs: dragon hunter cross bow and dragon hunter lance example on ge-tracker

Currently, the dragon hunter crossbow has an approx profit of K each. This means a buy-limit flip (for which you would need M) would make you M GP. That’s a nice quick profit, but with quite a bit of risk. 

Buy limit

High-ticket items have a buy limit of 8 every 4 hours. 

Alternative items to flip in osrs: video by FlippingOldschool

The following video lists the top items to flip in old school Runescape. It can be helpful in your search to find profitable items to flip in , however, these videos get outdated quickly so always be sure to check the latest grand exchange prices before diving into a flip.

Hopefully, this quick sum-up of the best 5 items to flip in osrs has given you an idea of which items are easy to flip on a day-to-day basis.

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