Review of CS:GO skin trading sites

Review of CS:GO skin trading sites. A brief overview of services: Loot farm, CSmoney, Dmarket, CSDeals and Bitskins.

This article is essentially a supplement to the method of making money on CS:GO skins, and the article on trading skins on the MarketCSGO service, because in addition to the site described in it, there are many exchangers, trading platforms and even roulettes where you can buy or sell skins. The most popular ones, as well as those with which I have experience, will be presented in this article. The main ones are:

A brief overview of Loot farm

Quite an old and already trusted service. Usually has average prices for both selling and buying skins. It also interestingly has a permanent promotion-lottery:

Lottery conditions:

  • With a 10% chance, you can get a BONUS of 1% of the value of ALL items in the exchange (Your items and the bot’s items).
  • With a probability of 1%, you can get a BONUS of 5% of the value of ALL items in the exchange (Your items and the bot’s items).
  • When you win, the bonus is credited to your balance after confirming the exchange on Steam.

Link to the service – Loot farm.

The main screen for trading CS:GO skins in the Loot farm service

A brief overview of Csmoney

It often has slightly better prices for the sale of service skins, but because of this, the skins for purchase are also more expensive, which evens out the difference. Regarding interesting promotions, if you top up your trading balance, you will receive + 35% (at the moment). That is, if you deposit $10 from the card, you will receive $13.50 on a trading account, for which you can only buy skins (which can then be sold somewhere else).

Link to the service – CSmoney.

The main screen for trading CS:GO skins in the Csmoney service

A brief overview of Dmarket

The most pro-Ukrainian service. With the beginning of a full-scale invasion, he blocked all Russian users. And donated the money from the sale of their skins to Ukraine. As for prices, it is the least profitable to sell things here, but it is quite profitable to buy them.

Link to the service – Dmarket .

The main screen for trading CS:GO skins in the Dmarket service

A brief overview of CSDeals


About the same middle ground in terms of prices as Loot farm, it’s also worth a look for variety. From interesting promotions, you get +26% on the balance of skins, after buying skins for real money.

Link to the service – CSDeals.

The main screen for trading CS:GO skins in the Csdeals service

A brief overview of Bitskins

One of the most popular sites, but I have the least experience with it. But for variety and because it is very popular, it should be included in the list of sites that should be at hand.

Link to service – Bitskins.

The main screen for trading CS:GO skins in the Bitskins service

Conclusion

In general, all the listed sites have similar functionalities. Their main difference and the reason for using them all at once is the possibility (or not) of buying and selling a certain skin on a specific service, or a significant difference in the price of such a skin. In this way, you can buy skins cheaper in one place and sell them in another, using the table described in previous articles, namely here and here.

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