Do you want to upload many offers at once without having to create each one individually? We've got you covered.
Click here to visit our CSV downloads page. Here you will see five example CSV files. Either download the WoW, WoWC, WoW TBC, New World or Lost Ark file. Here, you will see 18 columns. It can be a bit overwhelming at first, but once you get the hang of it you can upload your offers list and edit it as you see fit with ease.
First off, when editing the file, make sure that the values are written exactly as you see in the example file, or our system will not recognize them. For example, if you write “WoW” instead of “World of Warcraft”, the upload will not work. Next, we can move on to what each individual column means:
Column “Game” is the title of the game your offered currency or items are present in.
“Category 1” tells our system which category offer you are placing, it can be “Currency”, “Items” or “Orbs”.
“Category 2” is only relevant to Rocket League offers currently. It denotes which category of items does an item belong to, for example “Keys” or “Crates”. For a full list of available categories, please refer to our Rocket League offers page and select “All Items” filter, which will enable you to see all the different categories present in the game.
“Item Name” column presents the name of the currency or item you are offering, such as “Gold”, “Exalted Orb” or “Zephyr Crate”. Do not edit this column.
“Environment 1” defines the environment in which the currency or item is sold. Depending on the game it can mean a gaming platform, such as “PC” or “PS4”, a server region, for instance “EU” or “JP” or the name of the server, for instance “Cerberus” or “North America East (Snakebark)”. Please refer to the template file to discover which environment definition is relevant for your offer, there will be some games where it should be left blank, such as Old School Runescape and EVE Online.
“Environment 2” is only necessary for games which require more than a single environment definition to describe where your offered currency or item is present. This can denote a server, for example “Aegwynn” or “Aria” as well as the server region such as “NA” or “EU”. For Path of Exile offers this column notes the league in which currency or item is present, pay attention to the fact that in the example leagues may be outdated, so please write in the name of the current league your currency or item is in.
“Environment 3” column is only relevant for World of Warcraft and World of Warcraft Classic offers. It signifies whether the currency or item you are selling is tradeable for Alliance or Horde faction in the game.
“Attribute 1/2/3” are only needed for Rocket League offers, so if you’re selling currency or item of any other game, you can leave them blank. These columns indicate the attributes of items in Rocket League. “Attribute 1” marks the certification of the item, while “Attribute 2” describes the color of the item. Take note that if an item has no certification or color, you should write in “Certification:None” and “Color:None” respectively.
“Description” column is where you can express yourself and let your imagination free in advertising your offer. This will appear as your product description next to your offer, so write something that will describe your product to potential customers and motivate them to buy from you.
“Min Quantity” column specifies what is the minimum quantity of currency or items you would be willing to accept an order of. It is closely related to following columns of “Quantity”, which denotes the total quantity of the currency or items you are offering for sale and “Units (do not modify)” which indicates the units in which the offer is presented. “Unit” stands for a single unit of currency or item, “K” represents 1,000 units and “M” represents 1,000,000 units. DO NOT MODIFY the “Units (do not modify)” column to diverge from examples presented in the template.
“Price (per unit, K or M)” indicates the price you are asking for a unit, a thousand or a million units of currency or item (depending on the “Units (do not modify)” column).
“Currency (do not modify)” is the real life currency in which the offer is made. The default is USD. Do not modify this column.
“Guaranteed Delivery Time” presents the time during which you guarantee the delivery of your offered currency or item. The minimum guaranteed delivery time you can set is “Minute20” (20 minutes) and the maximum is “Day7” (7 days). Remember, the quicker your deliveries, the happier your customers and the higher you will appear in comparison to competing offers!
Finally, the “Discounts” column can be left blank if you do not intend to apply discounts to bulk orders. Should you wish to do so though, the process is straightforward. All you have to do is it write in the quantity from which you are applying a discount and percentage of the price discounted for the set amount of quantity. The template example “Qty:5,Pct:1;Qty:10,Pct:2” indicates that buying at least 5, but less than 10 units of quantity will yield a 1% cheaper order price for the buyer, while buying at least 10 units will result in 2% lower price.
Now that you’ve learned all you need to know about editing the CSV file, you’re free to edit the template file however you see fit (except “Units (do not modify)” and “Currency (do not modify)” columns). Make sure to save the file in .csv format instead of .xlsx.
Once you’re done, upload it in the sell item window where it says “Upload a CSV file with item list” and your offers will appear on our site. Make sure you only upload the offers you wish to add, not the full example file.
Should you wish to extract and edit your offers at any point, head over to your offers on your dashboard and click the “Export” button. Our system will generate the CSV file for you to edit.