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 Steam Gift Cards Are Now Available - briefly
(hx) 01:58 PM EDT - May,20 2012
Gamers that might not have the means or desire to make payments online through Steam can now pick up prepaid cards at their local GameStop. The cards, known as 'Steam Wallet' are available in $20 and $50 denominations and should be available at all locations across the US as of writing.
Steam Wallet Codes make it easy for you to put money in your account, even with cash.

How do they work? Steam Wallet Codes look and act just like game keys except they put money directly into your wallet. Once you have your Steam Wallet Code, log into your Steam account (or make one if you don't have one) and go to "Redeem a Steam Wallet Code" Then -POOF!- you're ready to have fun and get what you've always wanted on Steam. Right now, we only have them available in the United States and in $20 and $50 denominations.

Where do I get one? You can purchase Steam Wallet Codes at GameStops in the United States. You can find them on the shelves or just let the sales associate at the counter know you'd like one. On the shelf, they look just like the blue cards on the right, but the Steam Wallet Code will be on the printed receipt you get from the cashier.

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