Money pouch

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"Money bag" redirects here. For the various reward items which contain coins, see cash bag.

Money pouch.png The Money pouch is a storage area for up to 2,147,483,647 coins (the maximum number of coins, or 231 -1 coins), released on 6 December 2011 with the loyalty programme batch 3 update. The money pouch is used to handle all financial trading, and all coins received as drops, picked up, withdrawn from the bank, and coming from other sources will automatically be placed in the pouch. It functions similarly to an inventory slot purely for coins, meaning that coins no longer need to be carried in the inventory. The amount of coins in the pouch is visible at the bottom of the inventory pane. Hovering over the amount shown will display a tooltip with the exact amount of coins in the money pouch.

Taking money from the money pouch
Putting money into the money pouch

Money can be withdrawn from the money pouch by right-clicking the icon (this isn't necessary, as all transactions can take place with money from the player's pouch). The pouch is protected by the player's bank PIN, while the money in the player's inventory is not. Coins in the money pouch are never lost, even upon death in the Wilderness. However, coins will be lost if they are withdrawn from the pouch, and the player happens to die in the Wilderness. Money can not be added to the pouch while in a dangerous PvP area such as the Wilderness, so any money obtained or withdrawn while in the area will be at risk.

If the maximum storage for the pouch has been reached, coins will automatically be deposited in the player's inventory.

Money obtained by the player, e.g. as a reward from completing an achievement or pickpocketing is added straight to the pouch. Most NPC traders accept coins directly from a player's pouch. Players can also add to coffers in Managing Miscellania directly from the pouch. Coins looted from reward chests or the corpses of monsters, as well as picked up by the gold accumulator, will also be added to the money pouch automatically.

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Removing money from the money pouch

Deposit all coin pouch contents.png If a player wishes to deposit coins into their bank, they can use the deposit coin button on the bank since 4 January 2012. Previously, players had to withdraw the desired amount from the pouch and then deposit it manually, as there was no deposit coin option.

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Adding money to the money pouch

There are three right-click options on the pouch:

  • Withdraw money pouch - opens a dialogue box that allows the player to enter the amount of money they wish to withdraw from the pouch.
  • Examine money pouch - prints the amount of coins in the money pouch in the chat window.
  • Price checker - brings up the price checker window, allowing players to check the value of items in their inventory.

When money is stored in it, the money pouch icon will glow gold; when money is spent, it will glow red. A small, coloured figure would show the amount gained or reduced (e.g. a red -1 if the player spends 1 coin). It also works the same way if the player withdraws or deposits money from the pouch.

The right-click options on the money pouch
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Adding over 1 billion coins
Adding over 1 billion coins into the money pouch
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Removing over 1 billion coins
Removing over 1 billion coins from the money pouch

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • patch 6 December 2021 (Update):
    • Players are no longer required to take out money from their Coin Pouch in The Feud, as this was problematic on mobile.
  • patch 22 July 2019 (Update):
    • Coins added/withdrawn to your money pouch is now aligned correctly in Legacy.
  • ninja 16 February 2015 (Update):
    • The money pouch will no longer show 0 coins under certain circumstances when there are coins in the pouch.
  • ninja 5 January 2015 (Update):
    • The Price Checker interface is now the left-click option on the coin pouch.
  • ninja 24 February 2014 (Update):
    • A tooltip has been added to the coin pouch number which shows you the exact amount of coins you have stored in it.
  • patch 10 September 2013 (Update):
    • Money pouch tooltips no longer flicker on mouse-over.
  • patch 24 July 2013 (Update):
    • The money pouch will no longer display as empty when there are coins inside.
  • patch 31 January 2012 (Update):
    • The money pouch tab is now shown over the top of the Grand Exchange interface on fixed screen mode.
    • Coins can no longer be removed from a money pouch in a Dungeoneering waiting room.
    • It is no longer possible to trade money into a player's money pouch in the Wilderness.
    • Coins now enter a player's money pouch when using telekinetic grab.
    • Coins are now sent to a player's money pouch when using columbarium keys.
  • patch 11 January 2012 (Update):
    • The message given when adding a single coin to a player's money pouch now uses the correct grammar.
    • The money pouch now shows the correct increase in wealth when receiving multiple coins through pickpocketing.
    • The money pouch icon no longer flickers in fixed screen mode in safe mode.
  • patch 4 January 2012 (Update):
    • The multiway combat icon's tooltip is now visible when the money pouch is open.
    • The money pouch now functions correctly when trying to buy anything after logging in without a bank pin set.
    • Looting Zogre coffins now puts the coins gained into the money pouch.
    • Coins are now added to the money pouch from random event reward boxes.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • From this update, coins are no longer the currency in Dungeoneering, being replaced by rusty coins, which are orange in colour and cannot be stored inside the money pouch. Attempting to open your pouch while Dungeoneering will result in a message saying, "Your money pouch is inaccessible in Daemonheim."
  • Some NPCs still don't accept money directly from the pouch. It is not intended and should be fixed according to Mod Mark, so it's best to report any occurrences.
  • If you try to withdraw money from the pouch in Soul Wars, a message will appear saying "Your money pouch contains no souls, so is of no use here."
  • When trying to use the pouch in Castle Wars, it used to say: "Saradomin/Zamorak does not want you counting coins when there is evil to smite."
    • Now it gives the message: "You're here to fight, not play with money!"
  • When playing Trouble Brewing, if you try to access the money pouch you are given the message "Ye should focus on the 'rum', not on yer loot!"
  • If you try to toggle the Money pouch on during a Stealing Creation game, you get a message saying, "The mystics don't want you playing with coins right now."
  • There is a bug when a player had set a bank PIN and tried to buy something from a store or trade with another player. The store or the trade window would close after typing their PIN and the player would have to open the store/trade window again. This has not been fixed yet.
  • There is a graphical bug where the money pouch will remain with a red border, adding money into the pouch does not seem to fix this however taking money out of the pouch does. An example of this happening is when you buy a Varrock newspaper. This bug still exists.
  • There is no "Withdraw All" option in the money pouch. It is however possible to try to withdraw a larger number than what is in the pouch, and this way all coins are withdrawn. More conveniently, it is also possible to enter an abbreviated number with the suffix "k" or "m" that is greater than the amount carries in the pouch.
  • There was a major glitch with the Crucible, allowing players to duplicate the money in their pouch, with a glitch involving equipment fees. Many players duplicated max cash stacks, leading to trillions of coins being generated.[1]
  • When 1,000,000,000 or more coins are deposited into the money pouch, it has a different sound effect than any amount withdrawn below 1 billion.