RuneScape and OSRS are increasing the price of their RMT Bonds


The economy of both RuneScape titles are about to receive a shake-up, as Jagex announced that it’s increasing the default price of a bond on June 25th in both RuneScape and Old School RuneScape.

The current price of a bond is $7.99 or €6.99. Starting next week, these prices will increase to $8.99 and €7.99 respectively. The studio announced the change, saying, “The price of Membership, Treasure Hunter keys, RuneCoins and RuneMetrics will remain unchanged. Bonds remain as valuable as ever, allowing players to enjoy membership purely through in-game play as well as other additional features such as bypassing name change cooldowns.”

According to the RuneScape Wiki, “A bond is an in-game item that allows a player to pay for selected account-related and out-of-game benefits such as membership, RuneCoins, and Treasure Hunter keys with in-game resources. Bonds bought with real money start off as tradeable.”

Source: RuneScape, OSRS
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