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Strange Part: Critical Kills
Mann Co. Supply Crate Key
Description Tag
Level 1
2.33 ref
Refined Metal
Reclaimed Metal
Strange Beggar's Bazooka
Level 23
1.83 ref
Strange Parts
Refined Metal
Reclaimed Metal
Vintage Pyrovision Goggles
Level 100
0.11 ref
Refined Metal
selling for 1 scrap each! trade me!
Smock Surgeon Chemistry Set
Level 3
0.11 ref
Scrap Metal
jingle belt - 1.33 ref
Jingle Belt #24370
Level 9
1.66 ref
Refined Metal
Reclaimed Metal
handyman's handle - 1.33 ref
Handyman's Handle
Level 66
1.33 ref
Refined Metal
Reclaimed Metal
madame dixie - 1.33 ref
Madame Dixie
Level 82
1.33 ref
Refined Metal
Reclaimed Metal
Australium Gold
Level 5
3.33 ref
Refined Metal
Reclaimed Metal
Strange Rocket Launcher
Level 1
6.83 ref
Strange Parts
Refined Metal


Buying keys 7.33 ref each, selling $2.10

Sun, 16 Mar 2014 01:30:58 +0000
A lil somethin somethin: It's that time again where I need to convert keys to money to pay for the server. If you want to sell me keys: If you want to purchase some:

Finding your own trades

Wed, 05 Mar 2014 03:12:46 +0000
For whatever reason, if you want to see your own trades, now you can by clicking:
your name -> My Trades (your name is in the top right corner)

This will direct you to this link:

It can be useful if you closed your trade but it doesn't show as closed on for example.

Happy trading

A sad news, the old spreadsheet has closed

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 05:45:34 +0000
It's with sadness that I just found out the original tf2 spreadsheet has closed by noticing some traffic coming from their website in my logs:

So here, forget I'm the maker of, that's just the trader who is speaking.

TF2 spreadsheet was the first spreadsheet I ever used when I started trading, it was a great place and congratulations to the authors of it (which I don't know personally).

It brings back memories of when prices were stable, keys didn't explode in value out of nowhere, the prices felt fair and it was very convenient to have a price guide to help the beginner I was back then know the value of things.

Then a controversy emerged, accusations of corruption flew, and honestly I never really followed that much to determine whether it was true or how widespread it was if it was true. This started a decline of the site popularity in favor of its direct competitor, the now famous

From reading the post it seems the author of the website had enough of it and wanted to move on, and as a fellow website maker, I can relate, people don't realize how much work it is to do a website, to add features, to receive complaints sometimes mixed with insults.

So kudos to you tf2spreadsheet, you've made a lot of people happy, I hope you get the credit you deserve for all you did.

How to find if someone is using a bot buying script on steam market

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 02:14:49 +0000
Today, I'm going to show you how you can easily find out if someone could be using a bot and if not at least how much they paid for a hat.

So it all started yesterday when I reported some unusuals hats selling for less than $1, so immediately a few people made the comment they were probably bought by auto-buying bots.

So I decided, ok let's find out who bought this hat:

Immediately, I set up a steam alert to send me a message when the item would be put up for trade:

I filled the fields: "Unusual, Noble Amassment of Hats, Hellfire"

And I waited... until my steam alert sent me this message: Alert Bot #: level 73 Unusual Noble Amassment of Hats (Hellfire)

Yeah, same level, same effect, same hat put up for sale one day after being bought, so there's a good chance it's the same.

However this person is not the auto-buyer, to find the auto-buyer we need to check one more thing: let's see if the item was relisted on steam market:

And bingo! "6ect666" relisted it 4 hours ago on steam market for $200, so that's $199 profit!

That last guy is probably the bot.

As a final tip, searching for closed trades on can give you a lot of insight on prices (esp. unusuals) and if there's enough interest, I might do a little write up about it one day.