Tejal’s Shop acts as a storefront where you can purchase cosmetics for your character and is where Diablo 4’s monetization resides.

Monetization has always been a touchy subject for fans, as players don’t want any “pay-to-win” elements in their games. Thankfully, Diablo 4’s in-game shop only sells cosmetic items.

Below we go over everything you need to know about Tejal’s Shop in Diablo 4, including where to find it and when it refreshes its stock.

Where to Find Tejal’s Shop in Diablo 4

You can find Tejal’s Shop in the “Shop” tab in Diablo 4’s main menu screen before you log in.

Tejal’s Shop can also be accessed in the same tab after opening the Map Screen after logging in to the game.

Here’s how to access Tejal’s Shop from Diablo 4’s main Menu Screen:

  1. Boot up Diablo 4
  2. Before logging in, you’ll notice two tabs at the top of the screen labeled “Play” and “Shop”
Main pre-login menu of Diablo 4, showing the play and shop tabs at the top
  1. Head to the “Shop” tab to access Tejal’s Shop in Diablo 4
Diablo 4 Shop tab from main menu

Here’s how to access Tejal’s shop from the Map Screen:

  1. When in-game, head to the Map Screen
    • On PC press “TAB” or the “M” key to bring up the map screen
    • On Xbox press “View Button”, on PlayStation press the “Share Button”
Map Screen in Diablo 4
  1. Head to the “Shop” tab to access Tejal’s shop
Tejal's Shop tab from the Map Screen in Diablo 4

What is Tejal’s Shop in Diablo 4?

Tejal’s Shop is Diablo 4’s digital storefront where players can purchase cosmetic items for their characters. It is where the monetization system is located in Diablo 4. It only sells cosmetic transmogs.

The cosmetics on sale in Tejal’s Shop are reset daily, refreshing at 10 AM PT/ 1 PM ET/ 6 PM BST each day. If you miss an item, don’t worry, as you’ll be able to catch it in another rotation.

The next refresh of Tejal’s shop will be in .

You can see when the next shop refresh will be in-game here:

Shop Refresh countdown in Tejal's Shop in Diablo 4

As the items are regularly refreshed, the stock in the store isn’t set.

However, you will always find a number of class-exclusive cosmetics clearly labelled in the store, and can either be individual items or entire bundles featuring full armor sets.

A list of Necromancer and Rogue cosmetic bundles in Tejal's Shop in Diablo 4

Platinum Explained

The shops sells cosmetic transmogs in exchange for varying amounts of Platinum. Platinum is Diablo 4’s premium currency and can be purchased with real money.

Platinum packs and their prices in Tejal's Shop in Diablo 4

You can purchase different packs of Platinum with varying prices. Here’s how much each pack Platinum of Platinum costs in Diablo 4:

Platnium AmountPrice
200 Platinum$1.99/£1.79
500 Platinum$4.99/£4.39
1,000 Platinum$9.99/£8.39
2,800 Platinum (2,500 plus 300 extra) $24.99/£20.99
5,700 Platinum (5,000 plus 700 extra)$49.99/£41.99
11,500 Platinum (10,000 plus 1,500 extra)$99.99/£84.99

Additionally, you can get a total of 666 Platinum by by completing the Season 1 Battle Pass. They are unlocked as rewards when progressing through Battle Pass Tiers.


In addition to cosmetics, you can also access Add-Ons from Tejal’s Shop. Currently, the Add-Ons on offer for Diablo 4 are the Diablo 4 Ultimate Edition Upgrade and the Crypt Hunter Add-On, which includes an exclusive bundle of cosmetics and Platinum.

Add-Ons tab in Tejal's Shop in Diablo 4

Here’s what you you’ll get in the Diablo 4 Ultimate Edition Upgrade, including its price:

  • Price: 1000 Platinum – $9.99/£8.39
  • Wings of the Creator Emote
  • Accelerated Seasonal Battle Pass Unlock – 20 Tier Skips of the Battle Pass and a cosmetic
Diablo 4 Ultimate Edition Upgrade screen in Tejal's Shop in Diablo 4

Here’s the price and contents of the Crypt Hunter Add-On:

  • Price: $6.99/£6.39
  • Liath Icehowl – Mount
  • Beginning’s End – Cosmetic Dagger
  • Protean Axe – Cosmetic Axe
  • 800 Platinum
Diablo 4 Crypt Hunter Add-On screen in Tejal's Shop in Diablo 4
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