Where to Sell CSGO Skins – Top Stores Rating

Rating of the best and most popular sites for the sale of CS: GO items

Over the past year, a fairly large number of new sites have appeared where you can sell / buy CS: GO skins or exchange them. In this regard, it is quite advisable to write a review of the most popular services of this kind among the CS: GO community.

So, let’s begin.

(service ratings will look like this: bad, satisfactory, good, excellent)


CSGO Lounge

This service has been and remains one of the most popular, despite recent events related to Valve, which led to the closure of sites with roulette and betting, and the loss of Lounge part of its audience. However, the service still provides the ability to trade CS: GO skins. The principle of operation resembles a large bulletin board where you can put your things up for exchange.

The pricing process is entirely manual, since the cost is determined by the users themselves, through negotiations. Unfortunately, you can often find scammers on the site, and the service itself does not bear any responsibility for this. And for those in the know, there is a special group on the forum, which includes only trusted traders and guarantors.

Bottom line for CSGO Lounge:

  • The cost of skins is good
  • Those. Support – Satisfactory
  • Ease of use – satisfactory
  • Withdrawal speed – good
  • Promotions / bonuses – bad

Opskins

This service is a popular platform, but mainly among the American audience. Most likely, this is the reason for low-quality translations of the Russian version of the site.

Commissions on the site are present in everything, from withdrawing and crediting money to the site’s account, and ending with the commission for a transaction between users. Also, the site has restrictions that do not allow players with a Steam account level below 5 to make transactions. And the prices are set by the users of the service themselves.

Bottom line on Opskins

  • Skins cost – excellent
  • Those. Support – good
  • Ease of use – excellent
  • Withdrawal speed – good
  • Promotions / bonuses – satisfactory

Csgo.tm

This trading platform for buying / selling skins has already been tested by time and has a millionth CS: GO audience. The site takes a commission when withdrawing funds and the payment does not take place immediately. Sometimes, you have to wait up to 3 days to process the application and a few more days until the money comes to the card. The site has a number of payment systems that allow you to withdraw money.

Bottom line on Csgo.tm

  • Skins cost – excellent
  • Those. Support – good
  • Ease of use – good
  • Withdrawal speed – good
  • Promotions / bonuses – good

Skins.cash

A site that allows you to instantly sell skins for real money. The trick of this service is that you sell things not to another user, but directly to the site itself. There are no hidden fees here, but prices are different from Steam prices. Prices for all skins are different and it is difficult to determine the difference in percentage. If at a glance, -26% to -38% of the Steam price. But here you do not need to look for a buyer, follow the price of the lot, wait 3-7 days to receive money.

The site makes instant payments. Problems can arise only with bank cards – money can go up to 5 business days. In general, this service is a great way to quickly drain skins and get real money for them.

Bottom line on Skins.cash

  • The cost of skins is good
  • Those. Support – excellent
  • Ease of use – excellent
  • Withdrawal speed – excellent
  • Promotions / bonuses – excellent

Сsmoney

A fairly easy-to-use platform where you can exchange your skins for other skins provided by the service itself. The main disadvantage of this site is a very large number of shirp (cheap skins).

There are also good things, but this is rather an exception to the rule. On the other hand, this is a good way to get yourself a couple of dozen skins and lose them on bets or roulettes.

Bottom line for Csmoney

  • The cost of skins is satisfactory
  • Those. Support – Satisfactory
  • Ease of use – excellent
  • Withdrawal speed – excellent
  • Promotions / bonuses – good

CSGO market

Quite an interesting service with fairly good prices for skins. Moreover, you can find and buy rare CS: GO skins here. However, the site takes a commission when replenishing the balance and you cannot sell skins or withdraw money on it. Also, there is no online support.

Bottom line on CSGO market

  • Skins cost – excellent
  • Those. Support is bad
  • Ease of use – good
  • Withdrawal speed – good
  • Promotions / bonuses – bad

Steamtrade

A new and simple marketplace that allows you to sell / buy / exchange skins. Despite the variety of fees, the service is good and proven. We found some good skins for a great price. There is also a fairly extensive selection of payment systems.

Bottom line on Steamtrade

  • The cost of skins is good
  • Those. Support is bad
  • Ease of use – excellent
  • Withdrawal speed – good
  • Promotions / bonuses – bad

Lootmarket

In addition to being a worthy platform for trading skins, this site is also a brand on behalf of which small CS: GO championships are held and its Lootmarket logo can often be seen in the list of sponsors at various tournaments. The informative news blog on this site only adds additional interest to this site.

The service conducts regular draws of CS: GO skins and various bonuses. The commission on the site for a transaction is 10%, and the service takes 7% when withdrawing money. Also, the site has 24/7 technical support.

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