I have a large number of steam trading cards and for me they are just filling up my inventory, I have no interest in doing anything with them except selling them. Is there any way to mass sell all my steam trading cards?

Note that this is not an invitation to add me on steam for trading that system is too slow for me and not worth my time.

  • how many cards we talking? – Colin D Nov 17 '14 at 17:25
  • about 5 pages so 125-ish, and of course at around 5 cents each they have a combined value of around 6 bucks. – Thijser Nov 17 '14 at 17:28
  • 5 cents before the steam fee, or after? if it's before the steam fee, they are worth a penny each. Which means they are not worth the time and effort to even make this post. Also if you trade in TF2, there are plenty of people that will pay a scrap each per card. – Sickest Nov 17 '14 at 20:22
  • Shameless self-promotion: AFAIK my game-trading bot is the only bot that accepts trading cards. It uses the exchange-rate 1 card = 1 TF2 scrap. However, Steam has a limit of ~250 items per trade, so you won't be able to trade for anything worth more than 250 scrap. – BlueRaja - Danny Pflughoeft Nov 17 '14 at 20:34

Get chrome and use this plugin. It's amazing :)


Bear in mind you will need to make some kind of tax / US citizen declaration once you hit 200 trades. Just do a normal manual trade when you hit this limit to fill out the requested form... 'Information Required by IRC Section 6050W'

Feature list:

  • Check items and gems price inside steam inventory.
  • Sell items in bulk without reloading with item queue, auto accept option, auto adjust price depend on market prices.
  • Quick pick and count items in trade offers with no duplicate, no trash (for dota 2 items) option.
  • Quick buy item in listing page and newly listed tab with one click.
  • Show desktop notifications when you have new trade offers (make sure to allow Google Chrome to run in the background).
  • Display warning message on item with custom name, description in listing page.
  • Check item price directly when hover on it in offer page.
  • Calculate total items prices inside trade offer windows.
  • Quick buying set items with custom dialog.
  • Filter item on "My sell listings" tab.
  • Change default number of rows on listing pages.
  • Buying Steam trading cards right in game cards page.
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    Thanks for this. Quick-sell just made my quality of life go up. – Seiyria Jun 11 '15 at 23:53
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    It's also available for Firefox – Calculus Knight Nov 22 '15 at 10:52
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    That's a brilliant time saver. Now I just need an equivalent for the damned confirmation bollocks they added for every single card transaction for some bizarre reason. – Thor84no Jun 19 '16 at 22:45
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    Note: this addon has been reported to spy on its users. See reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/70xofs/… for more information. – user3.1415927 Sep 3 '18 at 16:00

Having just looked into this same challenge, Steam Inventory Helper (the originally-linked-to answer) has been reported for spying on its users. The replacement recommended in the linked Reddit discussion is Steam Economy Enhancer userscript. N.B. It must be installed through Tampermonkey (or Violentmonkey), but is open source and thus far, well received in the community.

It also works well on Firefox. Source: Personal experience of unloading all of my Steam cards in the last five minutes...


No, not through the steam market anyway. With the market you have to sell them all individually.

You might be able to trade them in bulk for a couple of items (like CS:GO skins) that you can then put on the market quicker.


There are actually bots in steam that buys trading cards.

One good example: http://steamcommunity.com/id/CardExchange

The buying rates may differ from one bot to another. You can search through steam for more examples.

If you are looking to sell for steam wallet (steam market transaction), unfortunately that is not possible.

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