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Red partyhat was discontinued from RuneScape after an update, but still exists in-game for those who have it.
Classic Runestone
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Red partyhat
Red partyhat
Release date 25 December 2001 (Update)
Members No
Quest item No
Tradeable Yes
Lendable Yes
Equipable Yes
Stackable No
High alch 0 coins
Low alch 0 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price Not sold
Exchange price 2,147,473,604 coins (info)
Buy limit 2
Examine A nice hat from a cracker.
Weight 0 kg
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Red partyhat detail
Red partyhat chathead

Red partyhats are holiday items that come from opening Christmas crackers that appeared during the 2001 Christmas event. The partyhat sets are expensive due to their rarity - being discontinued more than a decade ago - and high demand among players. Party Pete and all of the Party Room staff wear red partyhats.

The Red partyhat is the fourth most expensive item in Runescape; beaten only by the Blue partyhat, Christmas Cracker, and the White partyhat.

The price of a Red partyhat is not 2,146,982,422 coins, but much higher, due to the Grand Exchange not being able to support a larger number of coins (see Max cash).
Combat StatsRed partyhat equipped

A player wearing a Red partyhat.

Skill requirements
NoneHead slot
Constitution-iconLife points0
Strength bonuses

15 Days of ChristmasEdit

During the 15 Days of Christmas in 2013, this item, along with other Christmas-themed equipment, were given the Hybrid style of combat, and stats that scaled with the player's levels. This was so players could use these items in combat to assist in hunting for festive crackers during the event.


  • According to the 2009 player submitted poll #15, red partyhats are the second most sought after type of partyhat.
  • The red partyhat and the Blue partyhat were the first items to reach the 1 billion mark on the Grand Exchange.
  • This item, the White partyhat, the Blue partyhat and the Christmas cracker are currently the only items which reached a Grand Exchange value of 2,147,483,647 (the maximum amount a 32-bit signed integer can hold).

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