|Release date||27 February 2002 (Update)|
Bandit Duty Free is a general store run by Noterazzo. It is located in the Wilderness Bandit Camp. It is a fairly mixed general store, selling both low and high-level items. The shop's stock refreshes daily at midnight UTC.
Some of the more premium items Noterazzo sells are significantly cheaper compared to other locations. When asked about this, he explains to the player that because it is in the Wilderness (which automatically makes it dangerous), the tax collector never visits his store.
In order to open the store, players must be skulled, as Noterazzo will refuse to open the store for them otherwise, and the bandits will attack anyone unskulled.
The store is known for its broad arrowhead stock, along with bloodweed seeds, being the only store that sells it and is far easier to obtain compared to other sources. The more high-level minded goods are sold with a 10% discount over other places that sell them.
As the store is in the Wilderness, and players must be skulled in order to access the shop, players should not bring any items they are unwilling to lose. Fortunately, the cape merchant Neil is nearby, allowing players to quickly bank their purchased items. Players may alternatively teleport if they are unwilling to use his services, as the camp is below level 30 Wilderness.
Opening this store is a requirement for the Wilderness Tasks.
| GE resale
|Empty pot||50||1 coins||1||18||850|
|Cake tin||50||10 coins||3||117||5,350|
|Broad arrowheads||3,000||50 coins||15||50||0|
|Vial pack||6||225 coins||N/A||100||-750|
|Vial of water pack||6||250 coins||N/A||4,800||27,300|
|Gold leaf||5||117,000 coins||39,000||135,638||93,190|
|Marble block||5||292,500 coins||97,500||317,353||124,265|
|Stone of binding||5||450,000 coins||150,000||473,238||116,190|
|Reinforcing plate||5||450,000 coins||150,000||513,000||315,000|
|Algarum thread||5||450,000 coins||150,000||492,422||212,110|
|Bloodweed seed||5||50,000 coins||19||53,739||18,695|
- Bandit Duty Free originally sold items for their High Level Alchemy prices, being one of only four general stores to do so. Since the Grand Exchange update the prices were the same as regular general store prices until the release of Wilderness Tasks when some items received custom prices again.