How to Find your Steam Trade URL? 

Trading cards and other Steam-specific products form the basis of the micro-economy that exists within Steam.

There are restrictions if you want to trade these products with other Steam users you aren’t friends with, despite the fact that Steam includes a built-in marketplace that makes it easy for CS2 players to exchange these items.

You can sell these things on other websites to reach the most prospective buyers by locating and identifying your Steam Trade URL. Anyone can view the things you have in stock and any items you have for sale in your Steam inventory by visiting this URL.

What Is Trade Steam URL? 

A Steam Trade URL is a unique URL that others can use to view your Steam inventory and contact you for trades. Not anyone can view your inventory; you can set access to this URL.

To allow other users to view your inventory on Steam, you must set up a trade URL. You must adjust your Steam privacy settings to enable the general public to access your inventory and send trade requests if you want strangers and independent trading third-party sites to be able to utilize your Steam Trade URL.

So, alter the privacy settings on Steam to the public for that to happen. In contrast, only you can view your Steam inventory if it is private. A second option is to restrict your inventory access to your friends alone.

How To Find Your Steam Trade URL? 

You have to take only a few straightforward measures. To initiate Steam trade offers, you must make sure that your Steam Guard is enabled 15 days in advance. 

You won’t be able to accept any trade offers that come your way or gain access to the community market if you don’t do this. You may obtain your Steam trade URL by following these instructions if everything is set up.

Step 1: First, go to the Steam Inventory panel.

Click your username after logging in to the Steam client, and then choose the “Inventory” option from the dropdown menu of your Steam account.

Step 2: The second step is to choose “Trade Offers” from the Steam Inventory menu.

You should now click theTrade Offers option in the upper right corner of your Steam Inventory. This is a sizable blue button adjacent to a smaller button. By doing so, consumers will be directed to their primary trade window, where they may view any pending transactions or start completely new trade offers.

Step 3: Click “Who can send me trade offers?”

Choose the option “Who can send me trade offers?” from the navigation bar on the right side of the screen. 

Step 4: Copy the Steam Trade URL. 

In the last, scroll down 🔽 to the bottom of the screen; here, you will see your Steam trade URL. Copy this URL. It is also possible to create a new URL.

You may now use it whenever you want to accept or reject Steam trade requests by copying it from there or creating a new one. Complete one more step, though, before you may enter trade offers with other Steam users. Modify the privacy settings on your account so that Steam users or third-party trading sites can use your trade link and send you trade offers if they come across something they want.

How To Enable Steam Trade Requests? 

Changing your Steam privacy settings to make it possible for anyone to see your Steam inventory is a quick and easy procedure.

1: Launch Steam or go to to access it.

2: Click “Username” and choose “Profile” from the dropdown menu. 

3: Now, select the option “Edit Profile” and then tap “My Privacy Settings”.

4: Click or press “Public” where it displays Inventory: Private or Inventory: 

Friends Only and change it to Inventory; this setting will alter the privacy settings for your inventory to Public.

Why Do Players Need Steam Trade URLs? 

To achieve a prize they have won, players might choose to tweet the link or forward it to a friend. To trade their stuff outside Steam, gamers may also want to copy their trade URL. 

This implies they can receive actual cash rather than the customary Steam Store credit in exchange for their goods. Also, as the value of marketable goods such as CS2 skins rise, traders leave Steam searching for markets where they can sell their goods for a fair price.

Is Publishing a Trade Steam URL Safe?

Generally speaking, it is totally safe to share your Steam trade URL. You can decline or ignore any trade requests that are unfair or offensive, even if others can view your inventory through your trade URL on Steam.

Moreover, you can use Steam Guard to secure your account. With it, no one can access your account just by spamming or guessing your password.

Final Words:

A crucial component of Steam that enables gamers to send and accept trade offers is your Steam Trade URL. Everyone with a Public Steam inventory can send and receive a range of items and skins. 

Using your Steam Trade URL is risk-free because it cannot be used to access your account, so you can relax knowing that. Also, the Steam Guard authenticator you set up on your Steam app is sufficient to ward off scammers.

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William Westerlund

William is an author, editor, and an avid gamer with over 10.000 hours in CS:GO (Counter-Strike 2). He also enjoys playing Rust, Dota 2, and TF2 but never became a top 1% player in any of those games.