7 Most Expensive Stickers in CS2 (2024)

Updated on March 31, 2024
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Stickers may not be a conventional skin, but some of them do in fact outvalue even the most expensive weapon/knife skins.

7 Most Expensive Stickers in CS2 (2024)

Team LDLC (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($24,623 — $41,714)

Team LDLC (Holo) | Katowice 2014 stickers are a piece of history from a team that's no longer around, known for its controversies and significant impact. LDLC's presence at the ESM One Katowice 2014 Major brought us their team logo sticker, especially notable in its Holo variant.

Despite the time that has passed since the tournament and the controversies that surrounded LDLC, the Katowice 2014 Holo sticker has become one of the most sought-after and expensive stickers in CS2. These stickers were originally found in the ESM Katowice 2014 Legends sticker capsule, which is now almost as rare as the sticker itself.

Team Dignitas (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($14,923 — $20,856)

Back in the day, Team Dignitas was making serious strides in competitive CS2, and their debut at ESM Katowice 2014 was worthy of remembrance. Well, their Holo Katowice 2014 was also worthy of remembrance, so much so that it costs upwards of $14,000. It goes for even more on other skin-selling websites. So, if you do find it for less than $20,000 — consider yourself lucky.

This Holo Katowice 2014 sticker also drops from the ESM Katowice 2014 Legends sticker capsules, so if you’ve got your hands on some, be sure to open it and hope for the best. As for sticker rarity, this is one hell of a rare sticker, and it could be considered one of the rarest stickers in CS2. Tournament stickers from long ago are generally rarer, but this one takes the cake due to its beautiful holo sticker design that looks insane on M4A1-S skins.

Titan (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($51,935 — $74,614)

Titan is another very well-known team that swept through the competitive CS2 scene in 2013 and 2014. The team’s popularity grew large at the time, and some of the best CS2 players today came from Titan.

Suffice to say, this sticker aged like fine wine, and its price grew exponentially over the years. $51,000 is the cheapest listing that you can currently find, and it’s even more on other websites. But the chances that you’ll find a listing for this sticker by the time we release this article are slim.

Tournament stickers like this one from disbanded teams will always fetch a hefty price. Even if you do find a legitimate listing online, you’ll have to cough up enough money to buy a car in order to buy this sticker.

Vox Eminor (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($18,653 — $20,774)

Vox Eminor is another pretty influential team that attended ESM Katowice 2014, and they got their own Vox Eminor sticker design to boot. An orange sticker like this nearly always attracts attention, especially if it's a holo sticker.

Expensive stickers like this are desired by many collectors, and as time passes, these stickers are becoming less available. The cheapest listing on CSmoney goes for $15,000, but it costs even more on other websites. If you’re lucky and have the means, you can snatch this sticker quite easily due to the fair share of offers online.

Reason Gaming (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($68,458 - $74,615)

Reason Gaming is a minor team that managed to get a spot at ESM Katowice 2014. They’ve faded into obscurity as of now, and almost every newer player has no idea who they even are. However, they were a formidable team back in the day, and their obscurity is why these are expensive stickers nowadays. Only one sticker will set you back thousands of dollars.

Nearly all the offers currently available for the Reason Gaming Sticker (Holo) cost more than a car, and this is most likely due to its insane rarity

Reason Gaming was a fairly minor team at the time of that major, and not many people were interested in their stickers. 

This led to many of them being applied to CS2 weapon skins, which basically rendered them obsolete. Fast-forward a couple of years and people have realized that not many of them are left, hence the excessive prices.

iBUYPOWER (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($60,000 - $74,615)

iBUYPOWER was in their prime during Katowice 2014, and they had arguably one of the best lineups in the North American scene, and they could’ve been considered the best NA team at the time. They attended the major at the time, but given how they were exposed for match-fixing shortly after, the entire team fell apart and many of its players got banned, and also lost their shiny karambit skins.

The controversy surrounding iBUYPOWER and its disbandment is the main reason for this skin’s expensive nature, and many consider it one of the most expensive stickers in Counter Strike history. Not only does it hold an infamous reputation, but the sticker quality itself is also something to admire.

Finding a sticker like this is in some cases even harder than coughing up the money for it, and it mainly ends up in the hands of collectors. The Steam Marketplace won't really be of much use, and the only way to get it would be to unbox sticker capsules from the major.

Natus Vincere (Holo) | Katowice 2014 ($12,787 — $19,814)

NaVi is one of the rare teams that have managed to stay relevant in the CS2 competitive scene, and they’ve been dominating it for a long time now. Their Holo Katowice 2014 sticker is nothing special, but it’s still expensive because of the other holo stickers that came from this major. Nearly all the Katowice 2014 Holo stickers go for unreasonable prices, but that’s the price you pay for rarity.

Compared to the other stickers on this list, this one isn’t as expensive. There are also more listings for this one, so you shouldn’t have a tough time finding it on the general market. Their souvenir foil stickers are also nice, but nothing can really touch this, and it looks insane on expensive CS2 skins.