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How to Find Your Steam Trade URL

Steam is a marketplace to buy, sell, discuss, and create games.

There are over 30,000 games from multiplayer to indie to horror.

Get exclusive discounts, automatic game updates, and other useful perks.

Join thousands of groups, meet new people, chat in-game, and more.

If you want to trade items with someone, you need to send them your trade URL.

In this short guide, you’ll learn how to get or find your Steam trade URL or link on mobile and on the desktop app.

What is a Steam trade URL?

A Steam Trade URL is a unique link that facilitates item trading.

This feature is commonly used in games like Counter-Strike to trade skins.

You can copy and share your Trade URL to allow other Steam users to send you a trade offer.

You can share your URL on third-party trading sites, Steam Community groups, and private chats.

How to find your Steam trade URL

Here’s how to find your Steam trade URL:

  1. Open the Steam desktop app.
  2. Click on your Steam profile name and select “Inventory”.
  3. Click on the “Trade Offers” button.
  4. Select “Who can send me Trade Offers?” on the right sidebar.
  5. Copy your Steam trade URL under “Trade URL”.

Tip: If you’re trying to find your Steam trade URL on the Steam mobile app, tap on your avatar > Inventory > Trade Offers > Menu icon > Who can send me Trade Offers? > Copy your Steam trade URL.

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