Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package

Skins

Contains 15 Skins
Tec-9 | Red Quartz
Desert Eagle | Urban Rubble
Sawed-Off | Amber Fade
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Summary

Popularity
35%
Designer
Valve
Released
July 4th, 2016

Item Class

Professional Players

Community Rating

4.9 Rating
7.1K Votes

Price Statistics

Current Price
$8.36
24h Price Change
$0.00 (0.00%)
24h Trading Volume
$0.00
Market Cap
$627.00
Volume / Market Cap
0.0000
7 Day Low
$7.67
7 Day High
$9.38
30 Day Low
$7.67
30 Day High
$9.95
52 Week Low
$6.39
52 Week High
$12.08
All Time Low
$6.39
All Time High
$18.33

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Description

History

The Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package was first introduced to CS:GO 6 years ago, on July 4th, 2016. It was released as part of the , alongside the "Cologne 2016 – Group Stage" update.

Origin

The Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package can not be obtained by opening any containers. The item is also not part of any collections.

Popularity

With a popularity of 35%, the Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package is currently one of the less popular items in CS:GO. This popularity measurement is based on the daily sales volume and the price of the item.

Rarity

The Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package is one of 370 other Container items. The rarity of the item is Base Grade, which makes the Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package a pretty common occurrence in the game.

Availability

With a price of $8.36, the Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package is a very affordable item. Fortunately, it's currently widely available and can be purchased on multiple different markets.

Tournament

This souvenir package has been released as part of the 2016 ESL One Cologne CS:GO Championship. It was initially dropped during a match on the map Train, which was played at the tournament.

Community Sentiment

The Cologne 2016 Train Souvenir Package has received over 7.1K votes on CSGOSKINS.GG, leading to an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. The item is currently also owned by the professional CS:GO player neo.