Steam is now the number one spot for PC gamers to get their hands on the latest AAA releases as well as Indie titles. A core part of the gaming experience today, PC gamers ALWAYS scour Steam for the latest and greatest deals on hot PC games and old school favorites, looking to add to their collection without having to crush their Steam Wallets at the same time.
The Steam Summer Sale is probably when this platform sees the most action, particularly as it’s possible to grab game licenses and downloads for next to nothing – even on some of the biggest and most popular titles. Deals of 50% off or more are commonplace when the Steam Summer Sale is in full swing!
Of course, not all games are going to be up for sale at deep discounts during that deal – or any other, for that matter. But that’s where our Steam Wallet codes come into play.
Why do we do this? Steam offers about 300 wallet codes and game codes with their partners (platforms like ours), to help promote their content and games. How does this work? This is extremely easy, they share each month codes with partners that they can use to promote Steam. This platform will always share freebies for Steam, as we’re always sharing with the gaming community. You’d have to be at least a little bit crazy to miss out on everything that our special deals and offers bring to the table!
We'll teach you step-by-step, how to claim your Steam Wallet code and then how to redeem it directly on Steam's official website.
Since you're reading this guide, you are most likely already on our site, unless this is re-posted somewhere else. Go to our "Home" page, and you will see a form, where only two fields are required.
Hit confirm button and what you'll see next is a dialog with user-friendly progress output. Give it a few seconds, and the next thing you'll see is another dialog. This time it asks you to verify you are not a robot to claim your code. This is a requirement and the only way we can provide codes and giveaways, so bear with us.
If you'd like to follow original gude, here's the Steam's official reference, but we're going to simplify it a bit in our tutorial below.