SavageTSC – Owner, Webmaster & Database Manager; also an ESO Auctions co-host, mom, not a guy
Tamriel Savings Co (known by a different name in the beginning) started out as a hobby and eventually grew in to a full blown project. It got it’s footing thanks to a group of like minded individuals who did a bunch of manual sales history transcribing. We were lucky if we recorded 10,000 sales a month though, because the process was so time consuming. Unlike PC, there is no way to internally data mine on consoles.
As the months went on people grew tired and the number of transcribers started to dwindle. Having faith in the Eights and not wanting the project to fail, I began transcribing sales data full time, getting it up to roughly 20,000 sales a month. I’ll be honest, I grew tired of it as well. I was quite literally praying to the Divines when a fellow player and programmer popped into my DM’s with a miracle in hand. Gone are the days of manually transcribing, and I now pull in 100k+ sales a week!
I’m a single mom and lost my day job to outsourcing right before the historical pandemic hit, which is when I decided to give TSC my full attention. I pay for servers, web hosts, data processing, equipment, and the list goes on. If you love TSC as much as we do and want to help, head over the Donate page to find out how! Find me on Band, Discord, Facebook and Twitter. Just search Tamriel Savings and slide into the DMs.
Tamriel Savings Co. is a sale history database, not necessarily a price guide. It is imperative that users of this tool recognize the difference. While I strive to provide a relevant snapshot of the community’s current market, it is important to acknowledge there are multiple options for determining accurate pricing. What makes TSC stand out above others is that the data is pulled directly from trading guilds’ sales history. Transactions are harvested from the in-game sales history of trading guilds each week, meaning you get to see what items sold for, not what players are listing them for. Just because an item is listed for a certain price in a trader, doesn’t mean someone is actually willing to pay that price.
Multiple price statistics are reported for each item: common range, average, minimum, median, maximum, and average stack price.
All of this data can be useful when it comes to determining the value of any particular item, which is why many players use TSC services.
Here at Tamriel Savings Co., we offer a variety of information related to the in-game guild trader market, including weekly guild trader locations and in-game auctions info.