Steam Now Lets You Buy Digital Gift Cards

Steam has rolled out a feature allowing players, their friends or family to purchase digital gift cards so that they could be handed out during this holiday season.

PC gamers often receive the things they ask for because Valve, the company behind Steam ensures all the essential features are provided for the convenience. Previously, players can buy any single game and send it as a gift to another Steam account.

Similarly, you can also buy a three or four pack of multiplayer, co-op titles which can be distributed among friends. But, that doesn’t work like allowing them to make their own choice. The new Steam digital gift cards which are already available as physical cards make it easier to let people choose what they want to play.

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The digital cards are available in denominations of $20, $50 and $100. In order to redeem the code and use it, the person who is your friend must be added to your account at least three days before. Existing wallet fund cannot be used to buy cards but cash in your currency can be sent to any friend in a different country. You can also attach a personalized message when sending it!

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