How to save money on games!. .. >Most likely buying your games on Steam
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#1 - sinery (09/22/2013) [-]
>Most likely buying your games on Steam
#2 to #1 - skyelinesunrise (09/22/2013) [-]

Blackcats has anything I'd ever need.

But thanks for the legal suggestion I guess
User avatar #3 to #2 - sinery (09/23/2013) [-]
The owners of TPB didn't even go to jail/pay any fine.
Legal enough for me.
#10 - Pred (09/23/2013) [-]
Money.. Games.. PC only..

wait wut? Isn't paying for games dedicated only to console peasants?
#11 to #10 - spectacledbear (09/23/2013) [-]
Isn't killing the industry only for casuals?
Isn't killing the industry only for casuals?
#4 - zleagh (09/23/2013) [-]
To further reduce prices, use that very same website and search for key and "Real Life Money". There are countless vendors selling keys for a lot less than TF2 store prices via Paypal.
This guy was the first result out of hundreds, and his prices are 1.8$ a key.
User avatar #13 - shipin (09/23/2013) [-]
Also very easy to get scammed if you're cashing out on paypal. I sold most of my backpack for $300 (for a %20 discount, otherwise nobody would have bought it), but I kept a pair of earbuds ($30-$40, the economy is messed up and too confusing for new comers) but when I tried to sell it, the guy never paid me after I traded. Happens to lots of people everyday. One girl even scammed $10000 worth of items from multiple people.
Most valuable backpack is valued at approx. $48000
User avatar #15 to #13 - zleagh (09/24/2013) [-]
Well, that's the reason reputation and trust sites such as Sourceop exist. Always check reputation before making a trade, and if in doubt, refuse, or use a trusted middleman.
When trading with money, I would never trade before recieving money. I've been on both ends several times, and in both cases, money is sent first, then items.
User avatar #16 to #15 - shipin (09/24/2013) [-]
I know all about those websites but I was in a hurry and on his trade he accepted many offers of high value items (U. TC's) and checkmarked them and said thanks, so I assumed he actually bought the items and was trusted, so I trusted him.
User avatar #17 to #16 - zleagh (09/24/2013) [-]
I see why you did so. Those offers could have been fake, else he could've just been a total jackass
User avatar #18 to #17 - shipin (09/24/2013) [-]
The offers were legit but were not actually completed, rather accepted to make it seem as if he actually bought the item. I know the offers were legit because some of the offerers were rich and respected people.
User avatar #19 to #18 - zleagh (09/25/2013) [-]
I see. What a dick
User avatar #12 - besle (09/23/2013) [-]
Or you could use 3rd party resellers of Steam and Origin keys. Go to You need to login to view this link for a comparison.
User avatar #9 - crimsonsplash (09/23/2013) [-]
to further reduce the price of keys for you, buy them from the steam community market, they usually sell fr around £1.50, which means 3 keys would cost £4.50 which is much cheaper than the store keys
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