How to check how much money you’ve spent in CSGO

Fariha Bhatti • November 10, 14:14

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has some of the most expensive in-game skins across the first-person shooter genre. With its many cases and keys on offer, it’s easy to spend more than expected in CSGO. Fortunately, players can track their CSGO spending in 2021. 

CSGO has some of the most tempting weapon skins. Unfortunately, they’re often pricey and capable of putting a massive strain on your wallet. Despite the big bucks, players can’t help but to spend money on Valve’s unique knife and weapon skins. 

At some point, all skin collectors will want to keep track of their spending and find out how much they’ve spent on CSGO. Since CSGO skins can sell for hefty prices, skin collectors often go overboard if they don’t keep track. Many third-party sites record CSGO spending, but it’s most recommended to keep check from within Steam. 

Here’s how to use Steam to check on how much money you’ve spent in CSGO.

Here’s how you can check the money you’ve spent in CSGO 

  • Log in to your steam account and hover the cursor over your username next to the community tab.
  • Click on inventory from the dropdown. This will open the cosmetic collection of every Steam game that you own.
  • Click on the Steam tab and select one of the CSGO badges that you own. 
  • Click on “view badge progress.” 
  • There will be a question, ‘How do I earn card drops?’ in the top right corner. Click on it.
  • A pop-up featuring all of the money you’ve spent in CSGO will appear on your screen. 

Another way to check how much money you’ve spent in CSGO is even simpler. 

  • Click on this link 
  • Log in with your account details 
  • A new page will appear that says how much money you have spent in CSGO so far. 

Both of these methods are safe and reliable. Third-party sites require login and account information, which is unsafe, especially if you have an account loaded with games and in-game goods. These sites also often contain flawed information. So it’s recommended that you use your Steam account when it comes to checking in on money spent in-game.

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