How it works
The Trade System only allows players to trade Limiteds and LimitedUs, with or without serial number. Each limited has its own RAP (Recent Average Price), to determine trade value. The trade also depends on the player's trade ratio settings. Players have the option of setting a trade value ratio, which can be set to high, medium, low, or none. If the player has set to a high ratio (which can be modified in account settings), the player would only get a close, even trade. If the player has set to a low ratio, the player will get uneven trades as well. Both players can trade up to only four limiteds. Once the player decides what the player wants, he/she presses "Send Request" to send it to the other user. The other player has three options, either to
When countering, the trade menu will appear, with the trade selection. The other player has an option to change the circumstances to even the trade.
There is also the ability to add robux to the trade, which can be added at the bottom of the trading display. Anyone can add the number of robux depending on how much each user has. There is also a 30% fee that will take away 3/10th of the original price. As of April 16th, 2013, a player can now own more than one of the same limited, or trade the same limited(s).
Note that if one of the players doesn't have any limiteds, the player cannot be traded with.
- Ever since the Trading System came out, many items and games in the catalog and game section are frequently flooded with messages asking them to trade. It can also be noted that there is barely few now who post fake messages for robux.
- The Trade System was one of the most requested features by Robloxians before it came out.