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Games necklace
Games necklace
Release date 24 November 2004 (Update)
Members Yes
Quest item No
Tradeable Yes
Equipable Yes
Stackable No
High alch 630 coins
Low alch 420 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price 490 coins
Exchange price 8 charges:
1,050 coins
1 charge:
4,945 coins
Examine An enchanted necklace.
Weight 0 kg
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Games necklace detail

A games necklace can be made by casting Enchant Level 1 Jewellery on a sapphire necklace, and can be used eight times before crumbling to dust. Only games necklaces with eight or one charges (shown in brackets) may be traded to other players on the Grand Exchange, but any may be traded to other players via the trade interface.

It currently costs 131.25 coins for each teleport. If the player sells the necklace with one charge on the Grand Exchange, 3895 coins are gained, as well as 7 free teleports.

On 28 June 2011, the Games necklace was changed in a hidden update to teleport players to Troll Invasion in Burthorpe, instead of Burthorpe Games Room which it did before.

After helping the companions in Temple Trekking to a total level of 500 or higher, it will unlock a teleport to Burgh de Rott on the necklace.

The Games necklace can now be used as an effective banking method, as there is a bank chest just south of Troll Invasion.

Combat StatsGames necklace equipped

A player wearing a Games necklace

Enchanted jewellery teleport

A player using enchanted jewellery to teleport

Skill requirements
NoneNeck slot
Constitution-iconLife points0
Strength bonuses


Games necklace options

The available teleport options for a Games necklace when worn, with locked locations greyed out.

The necklace can be used to teleport a player to:

Dropping monstersEdit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
Skeleton13; 21; 1421Common


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