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Trading will be a part of the dynamic economy in Escape of Tarkov, including rag fairs, auctions, and even the possibility to become a trader.

Dealers[edit | edit source]

  • The pillars of commerce in the ruined, beleaguered Norvinsk. Each dealer specializes in a particular category of goods, be they military gear, weapons, or meds. While their prices are typically steep, you get what you pay for - and more importantly, you can build rapport with each dealer to reduce the commission they receive (additional markup you pay on sales and purchases), receive better offers in general, and so on.
  • Dealers also offer additional services, such as insurance (allowing you to recover your gear in case of death during a raid).
Nickname Name Image Origin Location Wares Currency Used Description
Prapor Pavel Yegorovich Romanenko
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Russian Federation Town Post-Soviet Bloc weapons, ammunition, grenades, magazines, weapon modifications Roubles (₽) Prapor is a warrant officer in charge of supply warehouses on the sustaining base for the Internal Troops of Russia, enforcing the Norvinsk region blockade. During the Contract Wars, Prapor secretly supplied the BEAR PMC operators with weapons, ammunition, and various other provisions he had at his disposal.
Therapist Elvira Khabibullina
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Russian Federation Streets of Tarkov Medical supplies, Maps, Groceries, Containers Roubles (₽)

Euros (€)

Head of the Trauma Care Department of the Tarkov Central City Hospital.
Fence Unknown
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<Real name unknown> A network of outlets all over Tarkov and its outskirts Everything Roubles (₽) The conflict has barely started when Fence has already started setting up anonymous outlets for buying and selling good. Keeping incognito, he nevertheless managed to put together a well-organised smuggler network operating all over Norvinsk region.
Skier Alexander Fyodorovich Kiselyov
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Russian Federation Customs Armor, Containers, Weapon modifications, Goggles, Backpacks, and Tactical rigs Roubles (₽)

Dollars ($) Euros (€)

Port zone customs terminal employee. Initially dealing in the terminal's goods, over the course of conflict put together a gang to grab everything he could put his hands on in the vicinity of the terminal.
Peacekeeper Tadeusz Pilsudski
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Republic of Poland Terminal Western/NATO weapons, ammunition, grenades, magazines, weapon modifications Dollars ($) UN peacekeeping force supplies officer, based in one of the central checkpoints leading to the Tarkov port zone. The blue helmets have been venturing into small deals from the very beginning, buying everything of value in exchange for western weapons, ammo and some kinds of military equipment.
Mechanic Sergey Arsenyevich Samoylov
Unknown Factory Ammunition, Glock 17, Weapon Modifications, Magazines, Western/NATO Weapons Euros (€)

Roubles (₽)

A former chemical factory mechanic. Being in charge of the factory's workshops, from the beginning of the conflict started cooperating both with PMCs and locals on weapon modifications and complex equipment repairs. Leads a crew of crafty workers which allows him to run the continuous manufacture without quality drops.

Flea markets and auctions[edit | edit source]

  • It is not clear what form either of these options will take - and what the difference between them is supposed to be.
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