5 Rarest Skins in CSGO

by Staff

CSGO Skins have always been pretty pricey. Over the past few years, we have really seen some skins rise in price due to demand, and many have ultimately regretted selling so early now that the market price for some of the best has tripled over the recent years. With skins alternating in price depending on rarity, some of the most valuable ones today are not in circulation in large numbers. Meaning, should you want any of these, you would really need to pay the right price to land it.


Once gamers happen to have high value skins, they often choose to head on over to CSGO gambling sites, as a way of leveraging more income, while this is a risky choice to do, there comes great entertainment from the various gambling games offered nowadays. However, should you have some of these rare and scarce skins that we are about to list down below, we would recommend you sit on them a little bit longer, before choosing to gamble them away. Here are some of the rarest skins in the CSGO market today.

Karambit Case Hardened (Blue Gem)

The rarest and most expensive case on the market today is the Karambit case blue gem. This CSGO case actually offers different patterns and ups the value of the knives when worn. The way to distinguish this one in particular, is the complete ocean blue look the skin has to it. While the market value currently holds at $1,200,000, the skin community was recently shocked when one gamer turned down this offer, saying the price is still too low. Could this mean, this could sell for far more? If so, how much would the right buyer be willing to spend on this one?


Stattrak AK-47 Case Hardened (661 pattern)

While this is not the most expensive case hardened ever, this still comes back at a hefty price for some digital pixels. While this is not the rarest, it still is rare, and actually comes with a unique pattern of 661 on it. This AK-47 skin is bigger than any knife on the market, and while the scar pattern is enough to give it away, the golden scar on the rear is another way of distinguishing between this hardened skin and any other on the market.


If you want this skin for yourself, you would be looking to pay a hefty $150,000 at least.

Souvenir Dragon Lore

This skin is still considered one of the most expensive in circulation, despite there being more of them than the others listed above. This one happens to be a souvenir that most collectors want in their collection, despite the patterns on this one not being so significant. However, the most expensive dragon Lore has reached prices of $100,000 in value, due to the unique patterns on the skin, which have escalated its value.


Stattrak M4A4 Howl

Next on the list, we have the unique and cool fierce wolf design of this Howl skin. While the design itself is a market point for sale in itself, the prices of this set of skins have increased hugely, for the reason the skin features as a Contraband. So, for all those hoping to unbox this, they will be thoroughly disappointed, as it is no longer possible to do so, and must be purchased on the steam market instead.


Stattrak Karambit Crimson Web

Last but not least, we have this Karambit case which holds crazy value despite it being a hardened case. The condition of this knife skin is exclusive and unique and can be recognised for the premium crimson colour that it offers in comparison to the latter. While it is a no brainer to purchase this skin if you have a chance, it does come with some good news that it will not cost you as much as the others listed above. Nevertheless, $20,000 is still pretty hefty for a skin regardless.

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