You can earn Gold Bullion each depending on how much you play the game. One way is to exchange your caps to the NPC Smiley for Gold Bullion. Smiley has three hundred Gold Ingots for you every week, so you will have to wait for the next week if you buy all of them. In this Fallout 76 guide, we walk you through where you can find the Gold Bullion Vendors.
You can also earn Gold Bullion by converting your treasury notes to specific locations. By doing these methods every week, you can earn plenty of Gold Bullion. However, the biggest question that arises is what to do with the Gold Bullion you have in your possession. This guide will tell you where the vendors of Gold Bullions are.
There are four vendors in total that deal with Gold Bullion. The first one is Mortimer, who you can find at the Crater on the north side of the map. Look for the Crater Core building leading underground to the west of Prickett’s Fort. The second vendor, Samuel, is at the Foundation in the south part of the map. He is at a sign near Spruce Knob Campground. The third vendor is Regs, who you can find at Vault 79 northeast side of the map. Go to the underground and check for Regs, who is near the vault. Each vendor has items in their inventory that keep on increasing.
All of them are associated with one or another faction. This means that if you want to unlock better items to be available in their inventory, you will have to increase your reputation with the specific faction. The higher your reputation is, the higher tier items you can buy. Of course, increasing reputation will take time, and you will have to grind your daily missions for them.
The fourth vendor is Minerva. She is a rotation vendor who you can find at the Fort Atlas, Foundation, or The Crater. Minerva appears during Minerva’s Emporium from Monday to Wednesday. She then appears Minerva’s Big Sale from Thursday to Monday. In this sale, you get a 25% discount on her items. The items in her inventory also rotate, so take note of that.
This is how you can find the Gold Bullion Vendors in Fallout 76. To learn more check out our guide on how you can farm legendary cores.