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For several years I owned a retail gift store, so the idea of buying low and selling high is a familiar one to me.  I wanted to study whether this made sense in Hay Day using Tom as my wholesale source, so I began assembling a table of wholesale costs versus market values.  In all cases I would buy the max number of an item that Tom would sell me.  Yes, his prices vary from run to run, but this gives a rough idea of what's available.

So if you were to hire Tom for 24 hours for 15 diamonds (this costs 37¢ - 60¢ if you buy the diamonds, depending on which diamond package you buy), and run him every 2 hours for 12 runs, you could make up to 12 x 5,200 = 62,700 coins in one day.  This amount of coins costs $6.95 to buy outright in the store.  If you hire Tom for a longer period of time, the savings is even more significant!  

Profit Potential Reselling from Tom's Runs
Wholesale Cost of 7 Retail Price for 7 Net Profit
Blanket
Blanket 2,459 7,686 5,227
Diamond Ring
Diamond Ring 2,000 5,768 3,768
Jelly Beans
Jelly Bean 1,612 4,788 3,176
Pillow
Pillow 1,626 4,732 3,106
Lobster Pasta
Lobster Pasta 1,397 4,459 3,062
Sun Hat
Purple Hat 1,393 3,906 2,513
Sushi Roll
Sushi Roll 1,074 3,423 2,349
Gnocchi
Gnocchi 998 3,325 2,327
Chocolate
Chocolate 999 3,220 2,221
Lemon Candle
Lemon Candle 1,024 3,199 2,175
Blackberry Jam
Blackberry Jam 961 2,716 1,755
Fish Soup
Fish Soup 641 2,086 1,445
Fish Burger
Fish Burgers 544 1,533 1,016
Apple Jam
Apple Jelly 517 1,533 1,016
Pizza
Pizza 476 1,330 854
Soy Sauce
Soy Sauce 347 1,078 732
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