The Karambit is a type of CS:GO knife skin that’s easy to recognize by the curved blade. Many people love Karambit skins, and their price is quite high. The cheapest models can be bought at around $350, but most Karambit skins sell for over $500. The high-end models sell for about $2000. Know here what CS:GO cases have Karambits.
What CS:GO Cases Have Karambits
The CS:GO cases that contain Karambit skins are the following:
The Gamma case costs around $1 on the Steam Market, so the total cost of opening one would be around $3,35. This means that you can open 30 cases for $100. The likelihood of obtaining a Karambit is low, but if you do obtain one, you will make a lot of money by selling it.
The Gamma case also contains the M4A1-S Mecha Industries, which costs around $40, and a few other CS:GO skins that can be sold for at least several dollars.
Gamma 2 Case
The Gamma 2 case costs $1 on the Steam Market, and most of what you’ll find in it is worth very little. However, the top %15 of skins can be sold for anywhere between $0.3 and $47, depending on the rarity and float value. If you get the StatTrak version, the price can go much higher. The AK-47 Neon Revolution costs between $32 and $124.
The price of the Chroma case is $1.31, and the Covert skins are quite good. They also look amazing in case you want to keep them. The Galil AR Chatterbox is between $6 and $55, while the AWP Man-o’-war is between $29 and $31.5. If you find their StatTrak versions, the price can triple.
Chroma 2 Case
This case costs $1 on Steam and contains the famous M4A1-S Hyper Beast, which is worth between $13 and $395, depending on its float value and whether or not it has StatTrak. Karambit skins in this weapon case are quite high compared to the other cases.
As you probably know, each CS:GO case gives you a small chance of unboxing a knife skin. But that knife skin is usually selected at random from dozens of options. Therefore, if you want to ensure you’ll get a Karambit knife skin when you finally unbox a knife skin, you should opt for weapon cases full of Karambit skins.
Chroma 3 Case
This is a cheap weapon case. It only costs $0.75, so you can open one for around $3.10. However, the odds of getting a Karambit skin from it are quite low because it contains 30 knife skins, and only half a dozen are Karambits. And therefore, the odds are somewhere around 1/2500.
Other good skins that you can get from this case are the following:
- M4A1-S Chantico’s Fire: $14 – $93 (Standard) / $34 – $264 (StatTrak)
- PP-Bizon Judgement of Anubis: $4 – $10 / $9 – $35
- P250 Asiimov: $2 – $16 / $6 – $65
Types of Karambit Skins
These are the types of Karambit skins that you can own and their approximate average value:
- Vanilla: $850
- Gamma Doppler: $1100
- Autotronic: $1200
- Lore: $1200
- Black Laminate: $1000
- Freehand: $650
- Bright Water: $650
- Marble Fade: $1500
- Doppler: $1000
- Tiger Tooth: $1000
- Damascus Steel: $800
- Ultraviolet: $600
- Rust Coat: $500
- Slaughter: $1100
- Crimson Web: $1200
- Case Hardened: $800
- Boreal Forest: $1000
- Night: $1000
- Blue Steel: $700
- Stained: $700
- Scorched: $600
- Forest DDPAT: $500
- Urban Masked: $400
- Safari Mesh: $400
- Fade: $1500
Are Karambit Skins Worth Owning?
The answer to this question is simple: for sure! Not only are these skins valuable in today’s market. They are likely to become a lot more useful in the future. CS:GO’s community is growing, and the game will likely dominate the FPS niche in the coming years. As an esport, no other shooter has had its level of success and longevity.
The bigger the CS:GO community becomes, the higher the price of high-quality skins. Unlike other games, where the price of skin usually stops at a maximum value of a few hundred dollars, in CS:GO, a skin can cost up to $40,000. And in some cases, several times more!
As usual, the price depends on several factors. But if you unbox a good knife skin, you can be sure it’s worth a lot of money.