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Oddments is a Treasure Hunter reward.
If the associated promotion is not currently active, it may not be obtainable.
This article has a calculator for experience gained per oddment spent here.
Calculators determine experience and costs based on real-time prices from the Grand Exchange Market Watch.
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Oddments are currency obtained from Treasure Hunter. They can be used in the Marketplace, which can be opened by clicking on them. They can be stored in the currency pouch. An oddment can be valued at 12,697 based on the Grand Exchange value of a bond, a bond converting to 15 keys and keys being valued at 400 oddments.

Oddments are one of the possible rewards from completing Daily Challenges and then claiming its weekly reward track. Also obtainable during Beach events, Yak tracks, Christmas Advent Calendars, and as monthly reward (1,000) from Premier Club.

Rates[edit | edit source]

Every Treasure Hunter chest opened yields oddments. The amount yielded depends on the rarity of the prize and whether it is claimed or discarded. Discarding yields additional oddments and gives the message You discard your prize and are given oddments in its place.

Gem rarity Base value

(obtained when claimed)

Base value + convert value

(obtained when discarded)

THGem-common.png Common 10 35 (10 + 25)
THGem-fairly-common.png Fairly common 25 85 (25 + 60)
THGem-uncommon.png Uncommon 50 170 (50 + 120)
THGem-rare.png Rare 100 400 (100 + 300)
THGem-very-rare.png Very rare 250 1,100 (250 + 850)
THGem-ultra-rare.png Ultra rare[1] 1,000 2,000 (1,000 + 1,000)
THGem-ultra-rare.png Ultra-Rare[2] 500 2,250 (500 + 1,750)
  1. ^ Only a potential reward during the Crystal Capsules promotion.
  2. ^ During the Foresight promotion.

Prizes that are multiplied by Double Dragon Chests, Rainbow's End and similar promotions that may yield 2+ prizes per chest, will NOT have their base values multiplied - only convert values are multiplied. For example: opening a rune chest containing a 'rare' reward yields 100 oddments when claimed and 100 + 300 x 3 = 1000 oddments when discarded.

In August 2019 on Wednesdays (referred to as Oddments Wednesdays) all the base oddments values are doubled.[1] For example: opening a chest containing a 'rare' reward yields 100 x 2 = 200 oddments when claimed and 100 x 2 + 250 = 450 oddments when discarded, while opening a rune dragon chest containing a 'rare' reward yields 100 x 2 = 200 oddments when claimed and (100 x 2) + (250 x 3) = 950 oddments when discarded. This promotion was only for the single month.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here.
  1. ^ a b c d e There is further information on this drop; see the associated page for details.

Release history[edit | edit source]

Oddments (edit)
Start date End date Update/promo
2 August 2017 7 August 2017 Oddments

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 24 October 2022 (Update):
    • The total amount of Oddments displayed when depositing some is now correctly formatted.
  • patch 24 January 2022 (Update):
    • The Oddment Count in the Treasure Hunter interface now updates whenever Oddments are gained by claiming them as prizes or using them as keys.
  • update 27 September 2021 (Update):
    • The oddment conversation rate for Treasure hunter prizes have been increased (See newspost for the full details).
    • Hearts of Ice are converted into oddments at a rate of 1 oddment for every 5 Hearts.
      • When numbers are uneven, they will be rounded down. There's no upper limit to this conversion.
  • patch 1 February 2021 (Update):
    • Treasure Hunter will now accurately calculate and inform you of how many Oddments you should receive when converting prizes before they're claimed.
  • patch 9 March 2020 (Update):
    • Players should no longer get a message stating that 0 oddments have been added to their currency pouch due to the oddments rebalance.
  • update 21 October 2019 (Update):
    • We want to make Oddments more satisfying, while providing alternative ways to obtain some types of rewards.
  • patch 5 August 2019 (Update):
    • Oddments will now be correctly given for free-to-play players.
  • patch 14 January 2019 (Update):
    • The Oddments Store no longer says "odd ments" rather than "oddments".

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When first released in 2017, oddments were part of a Treasure Hunter promotion with the same name. Oddments could be earned again from 22 May 2018 to the end of June[2], but were no longer a Treasure Hunter promotion. Since 9 July they could be obtained once again.
  • After the promotion ended in 2017, logging in with oddments owned prompted the message You have until the 14th August to use any leftover oddments before they are cleaned up. Any remaining oddments were converted automatically into 10 coins each upon logging in after the beginning of 14 August 2017.
  • Prior to an update on 21 October 2019 the amount of oddments earned when claiming a prize was 10 for common, 20 for fairly common, 50 for uncommon, 100 for rare, 250 for very rare and 1000 for ultra rare; discarding a prize yielded double the aforementioned amounts. Additionally, on the same update any oddments a player possesed was doubled as a result of price changes in the Oddment Store.[3]
  • The highest number of oddments one can potentially earn from a single chest is 8,000. This is by opening a double god dragon chest containing a 'purple' prize and then discarding it, on the Wednesdays.
  • 15,000 oddments were given to all players on login after the update of 1 February 2021 along with the message: Following the connversion of Rare Item Tokens you have received: 15,000 Oddments. Limited and Current Rare Items are now available in the Oddments Store.
    • The update allowed Ironman players access to the oddment stores. Only cosmetics are buyable however.

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Summer Escape - Skilling Bonanza. 5 August 2019.*
  2. ^ Jagex. Patch Week | QoL improvements. 21 May 2018.*
  3. ^ Jagex. News post: Oddments Refresh & Epic Jam. 21 October 2019.*