OPSkins Skins 2

OPSkins Site Update: New Inventory Feature


You saw that awesome skin for the right price in our marketplace and decide to buy it, but guess what, you just switched passwords on your Steam account and have a trade cool-down. What can you do? Well in the past you would’ve had to part ways with that skin, wait until your account was able to trade again, and pray that someone didn’t get to it before you did. Now, things are different on OPSkins.com.

Introducing the OPSkins Inventory, an easy to use and simple on-site inventory that allows users to buy items and deliver them to it, where they can either re-list the item or withdraw it to their Steam account at a later time. This means that you can buy the item and retrieve it at your convenience when you are able to trade again.

You can access it by going here or by clicking on your account icon on the top right side of the site and selecting it from the drop-down menu.

Lets take it for a spin:


Add the item to your cart as you would normally do, and proceed to checkout.

On the checkout page, you will be given two options when retrieving the item: “Checkout and Deliver” and “Checkout & Store.” Both have a legend that states “Selecting “Checkout & Deliver” will send you a trade offer to deliver your item(s) to your Steam inventory. Selecting “Checkout & Store” will store your purchases in your OPSkins inventory, where you can re-list them or withdraw them at a later time.” You click on “Checkout & Store” to be directed to your inventory where you can see the skins that you recently purchased.

Simple enough.


Ok cool, what now? Now that your item is in your inventory, you can choose to either refund it, resell it, leave it there, or withdraw it to your Steam account. Since we want it in our Steam account, we will click on the green button that reads “Add to Returns.”
This will prompt it to change its color and you will get the option to withdraw that item (there is also an option to select all the items if you wish to do so). Click on the button that reads “Withdraw 1 Item.”
Now you will receive a trade offer as you would from a regular purchase. We clicked on Steam.
Then accepted the trade offer…
And got the item delivered to our inventory.
That’s all there is to it. Each user gets access to 50 slots in their inventory so they can store their items there. If the inventory is full, you will not be able to select “Checkout & Store”, you must select “Checkout and Deliver” and continue with the purchase as you would normally do. You buy the item and receive a trade offer from one of our bots on your Steam account. With the inventory however, your options have been expanded when purchasing or reselling items on the worlds largest marketplace of its kind if your Steam account is currently on a trade cool-down.


  • Reply
    Jun 23, 2016 6:26 am

    Kek af

  • Reply
    Jun 24, 2016 1:38 am

    seems like a cool idea…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *