- Trading Emporium (Rank 2, with Local Leader perk Rank 2)
- Armor Emporium (Rank 2, with Local Leader perk Rank 2)
- Weapons Emporium (Rank 2, with Local Leader perk Rank 2)
- Restaurant (Rank 2, with Local Leader perk Rank 2)
- Clothing Emporium (Rank 2, with Local Leader perk, Rank 2)
|1||CH 1||You've mastered the art of the deal! Buying and selling prices at vendors are better. (10% extra when selling, 10% off when buying)||001d2456|
|2||CH 1, LVL 20||Buying and selling prices of vendors are now much better. (20% extra when selling, 20% off when buying)||000d75e2|
|3||CH 1, LVL 41||You can now invest a total of 500 caps to raise a store's buying capacity.||001d2457|
Rank 1 & 2Edit
Stack multiplicatively, giving a total bonus of 32% (1.2 * 1.1) for selling and discount of 28% (1 * 0.9 * 0.8) for buying items.
To invest, enter the shop UI; at the bottom the screen will show an option to invest.
Investing 500 bonus caps into their inventory applies to all instances of that particular trading stand across all allied settlements. With a minimum of 3,000 caps invested, one can raise the available caps at all of the trading stands, for all future stock refreshes, at all of the settlements.
|1||You have a chance to find more bottle caps when Searching a caps stash.||0004c942|
|2||You have a better chance to find more caps when Searching a caps stash.||001acf98|
|3||You always find more bottle caps when Searching a caps stash.||001acf99|
As of Fallout 76 patch 188.8.131.52, the perk requires player characters to actively search caps stashes they find in the world to access the bonus. Prior to this patch, caps stashes were items (not containers) and the Cap Collector perk applied automatically at pickup.