Most Expensive CS2 Cases

Many gamers regularly trade, buy and sell CS2 weapon skins, but did you know that various CS2 weapon cases can be an expensive commodity themselves? There are many CS2 weapon cases, particularly older and more difficult to get, that are quite expensive by themselves.

Some weapon cases hold unique skins that are often times very expensive, and many gamers are taking a gamble, hoping that when they open the weapon case they’ll receive one of the extremely expensive items. Some of the most expensive cases to open feature rare skins, like the AWP Dragon Lore, and make it easy for you to get back your investment.

However, if you’re one of the games who doesn’t enjoy the risk of opening cases, they can be sold for a lot of money! Even if you’re not an active CS2 player, chances are you have various unopened cases simply sitting around your inventory, that you can put to good use. These often contain desirable skins, and can easily be worth quite a lot of money unopened. It’s not an exaggeration that you might be sitting on hundreds of dollars, without even knowing about it!

If you want to get rid of some of your weapon cases, we’ve got you covered! Here are the most expensive weapon cases currently available in CS2!

CS:GO Weapon Case

One of the most expensive weapon cases in the game, and not without a good reason. This was the first weapon case added to Counter Strike: Global Offensive, marking a completely new age for the game. This historic weapon case introduced a number of different classic weapon skins, which are still extremely expensive to this day. CS:GO Weapon Case contains such vintage classics as AK-47 Case Hardened, which to this day is one of the most expensive CS2 skins, or the famous AWP Lightning Strike.

Besides the awesome gun skins, CS:GO Weapon Case includes a large number of awesome and rare knife skins, such as Bayonet Fade, and even the legendary Karambit Blue Gem pattern, the extremely rare Case Hardened variant. You have a relatively high chance of getting your money back with this weapon case, since almost all the skin above Mil-Spec grade will at least let you break even. If you don’t want to take any chances, however, you can always sell this CS2 weapon case for around $81.95.

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Operation Bravo Case

Operation Bravo was the second operation update released in CS:GO, and brought many skins with it. Like with the previous operation, gamers were able to open them in the Operation Bravo case. This particular weapon case drops many graphically impressive CS2 weapon skins, such as P2000 Foam or the P90 Emeral Dragon. Still, the main reason that most gamers try to open the Operation Bravo case is the super rare skin for the AK-47, Fire Serpent. It’s one of the most expensive skins for this popular Assault Rifle, and many gamers are willing to take the gamble with this weapon case.

Besidees the rare AK-47 skin, it also features weapon skins for classic knives, like the Karambit, Bayonet or Flip Knife. If you’d like to try your luck with this weapon case, it can be yours for around $56.64.

Operation Hydra Weapon Case

Another operation case, Operation Hydra is mostly known for its selection of awesome Covert grade skins. The AWP Oni Taiji available in this case openings is one of the best AWP skins in the game, and the rare Five-SeveN Hyper Beast is one of the best skins you can get for that weapon. It’s one of the best cases to open if you want to get your money back as well, since almost all of the weapon skins inside that are above the Restricted grade will get you your money back.

The Operation Hydra weapon case also contains a range of gloves skins, however, their price greatly varies. While you’ll always get your money’s back if you open gloves from the Operation Hydra weapon case, some of them are barely worth $60, while others are well above the $1000 range. Still, this is one of the most expensive CS 2 cases, so if you have it in your inventory, you can sell your Operation Hydra weapon case for around $27.73.

CS:GO Weapon Case 2

This less popular brother of the original CS:GO Weapon Case is still quite attractive, and has several awesome-looking skins inside, even if they aren’t that expensive. AWP Blood In The Water and P90 Cold Blooded are both visually impressive skins, that will get you your money back if you manage to open them. However, since this weapon case contains a smaller number of expensive skins, it’s also significantly cheaper that the original CS:GO Weapon Case.

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While it lacks some of the awesome and expensive skins you can find in other cases in the game, it’s still one of the cheapest cases on the market if you want to try opening one of the original CS:GO Knives. Still, with average luck, you should probably just consider selling it. The CS:GO Weapon Case 2 can be sold to other players for around $18.

CS:GO Weapon Case 3

One of the best cases to open if you’re looking for pistol skins, CS:GO Weapon Case 3 is another one of the weapon cases in the Arms Deal collection. This is the least expensive of the CS:GO Weapon Case series, and one that doesn’t have any expensive skin inside. This doesn’t mean that the skin inside are bad, however. CS:GO Weapon Case 3 features many awesome classics like the USP-S Stainless or the CZ75-Auto Victoria. Also, since the weapon case is relatively cheap on the marketplace, it’s worth opening, since it’s quite easy to break even.

Still, if you don’t want to take the risk, or simply don’t need to unlock any new pistol skins, there’s a possibility that you’d simply like to sell it. In this case, you can sell the CS:GO Weapon Case 3 on the Steam Market for around $10.99.

Huntsman Weapon Case

Great pick for the gamer who likes to gamble, the Huntsman weapon case is relatively cheap, but can land you some awesome weapon skins. The highlight here is definitely the AK-47 Vulcan, which can reach $900 on the Steam market. Since the weapon case is actually available for only $10, it also features many other awesome skins that can help you get your money back. M4A1-S Atomic Alloy, SCAR-20 Cyrex, and USP-S Caiman will all net you some serious cash. Still, other, more common skins that can be opened in this case are all relatively cheap, even for Factory New versions, meaning that you need to really get lucky, if you want to break even.

Besides gun skins, this weapon case has also introduced the Huntsman Knife to CS:GO, with its deadly and rugged look. Players have a chance to open special rarity Huntsman Knife skins, which is why most gamers choose to buy this weapon case. If you plan on selling yours, you can get around $10.46 for your Huntsman Weapon Case.

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eSports 2013 Winter Case

The second eSports case added to the game, eSports 2013 Winter Case is the first weapon case on the list that is cheaper than $10, and you will get your money back as long as you open any skin that’s above the Mil-Spec grade. The case actually has some awesome skins, including Desert Eagle Cobalt Disruption, one of the best weapon skins for this gun. Other highlights of this weapon case feature the AWP Electric Hive and the classic AK-47 Blue Laminate.

Most importantly, this CS2 weapon case is a perfect source of cheap skins for the Talon Knife, Karambit, and other classic CS2 knives. Because of this, you can sell it on the Steam market for around $8.87.

Operation Broken Fang Case

Another weapon case perfect for gamers who like to gamble, Operation Broken Fang introduced many awesome and expensive skins to the game, with a couple of them being available inside this weapon case. Most notable is definitely the Printstream skin for the M4A4, together with the Glock-18 Noir, both absolute classics for their respective weapons. If you beat the odds and unlock anything above the restricted rarity, you’ll definitely get your money back.

Still, the main reasons that gamers still purchase this weapon case are the various expensive gloves skins that you can open inside. Many of the Operation Broken Fang gloves are well above the $1000 level, making it a great choice for the players who decide to gamble. If that’s not you, you’ll probably be happy to learn that you can sell the Operation Broken Fang case for around $6.13.

In Conclusion

If you have any weapon cases in your inventory, you should definitely think before opening them. While it’s always fun to gamble on getting rare CS2 skins, selling your weapon case will always bring you guaranteed money. If you liked this guide, make sure to check out the rest of the Skincashier blog, for more tips, guides and top lists for Counter Strike 2!

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