Starfield: All Shops in Neon City
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Starfield: All Shops in Neon City

Looking to do a little shopping?

Not every shop is created equal in Starfield. For this reason, it can be difficult to figure out what shop offers what items or even figure out what shops are available in a city. Therefore, we took a full tour through Neon City to find all the shops it offers.

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Every Shop in Neon Core

Neon Core offers the expected shop types you’d see in every big city around the galaxy. There can be some decent selections, but these are the best you can find. Things only get worse the deeper you go into Neon.

Arboron

Arboron
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If you want particle beam weapons, this is a fantastic store. That is pretty much their whole selection, but they are decent weapons if you have enough ammo on hand to make the purchase worth it.

Astral Lounge

Astral Lounge
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While this doesn’t technically count as a shop, it does feature a bartender, Boone Morgan, who sells many different kinds of alcohol. If you don’t visit this on your own, you’ll have to during one of the early Constellation quests. There’s also usually at least one potential crewmate you can hire at the bar.

The Emporium

The Emporium
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This place sells mostly random items. Thankfully, it also makes this one of the few places on Neon where you can sell whatever junk weighing you down. It’s not quite as useful as the Trade Authority, but you at least have somewhere else to go if you burn through that seller’s available credits before getting rid of all your dead weight.

Legrandes Liquors

Legrandes Liquors
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If you come to Neon to buy alcohol, there isn’t a shortage of places selling it. Whether you want a bar or a shop is the difference, though, and Legrandes Liquors is purely a shop.

Newill’s Goods

Newill's Goods
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For some reason, despite selling a bunch of general items, the owner sees himself in competition with Sieghart’s Outfitters.

Reliant Medical

Reliant Medican
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It might take a little bit of dialogue, but Reliant Medical is a source of aid items that aren’t food or drinks, unlike other areas around here. When you first discover the clinic, you will have a bit of dialogue with the owner regarding his low stock, but you can volunteer on a mission to help. If you don’t, this place has some slim pickings.

Sieghart’s Outfitters

Sieghart's Outfitters
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A terrific shop if you are looking for armor pieces or apparel. As far as the latter goes, there is a pretty decent selection.

Stroud-Eklund Showroom

Stroud-Ekland Showroom
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There is a kiosk/terminal inside that functions as a Ship Service Technician, so you can look at their selection of ships for sale or modify your current one. This location differs from the offices you find through the Trade Tower elevator, as that one doesn’t offer any services.

Trade Authority

Trade Authority
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A mix of everything is for sale at this place, like identical locations everywhere else in the galaxy. These are great because they will buy your stolen goods or contraband, so you can make a quick stop here to offload it before going to a system that will scan you.

Terrabrew Coffee

Terrabrew Coffee
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You’ve likely seen the coffee cups from this company in buildings on every single planet. There obviously isn’t a selection outside of coffee, but you can at least sell your aid items here.

Every Shop in Trade Tower

Despite the list of businesses to access from the elevator, there is really only one of them that actually offers a storefront.

Kore Kinetics

Kore Kinetics
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This is a very expensive shop for guns we hadn’t found anywhere else. If you’ve been collecting plenty of .50 MI ammo, the guns here might be worth it to you.

Every Shop in Neon Ebbside

Chunks

Chunks
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Similarly to Terrabrew, you’ve probably seen Chunks packaging all over the place, so you know the kind of selection they will have. Though, you have probably amassed a collection of this stuff by now that would let you open your own Chunks store somewhere, making this place kind of pointless to visit.

Euphorika

Euphorika
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A bar that is slightly toned down when compared to the Astral Lounge. As you might expect, they sell plenty of alcohol if you’re into that sort of thing.

Madame Sauvage’s Place

Madame Sauvage's Shop
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It should come as no surprise that this is yet another bar. It’s slightly different from Euphorika as that place also tried to charge 5,000 credits for member area access. It’s possible you will pass right by Madame Sauvage’s Place without ever seeing it, but you will visit it as part of the UC SysDef/Crimson Fleet questline.

Every Shop in Neon Underbelly

Offworld Eats

Offworld Eats
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The dingy area of Neon doesn’t have much to offer, but there is this different food merchant than you might be used to due to the lack of a brand name. However, that doesn’t exactly make it a worthwhile stop unless you just want to sample the local goods.

Quikshop

Quikshop
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The Quikshop is a little tiny room with a vending machine, but the merchant inside will still sell you aid items. Don’t expect much of a selection, but you can sell your spare aid items if you haven’t already offloaded them on one of the upper levels.

Xenofresh Seafood

Xenofresh Seafood
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If you don’t want to go to Chunks or Offworld Eats, this is your only remaining option. Xenofresh Seafood still only offers food, so there’s no real incentive to actually shop here with all the other/better places you had to pass to get here.

If you find yourself in Neon City with credits burning a hole in your pocket, this should help you find just where to spend them (or make more). For more Starfield shop and item guides, be sure to check out our links below.


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Cameron is a freelance writer for Twinfinite and regularly covers battle royales like Fortnite and Apex Legends. He started writing for Twinfinite in late 2019 and has been lucky enough to review many really great games. While he loves a good shooter, his heart will always belong to JRPGs.