If you end up with a Steam gift card and you’re not quite sure how to redeem it, this guide is for you! The process of redeeming a gift card varies slightly depending on the vendor from which you purchased it, but the general concept is the same. From here on out, we’ll just call it “Redeeming a Gift Card.” Whichever. In any case, Redeeming a Gift Card is fairly straightforward for anyone who has purchased or redeemed digital cards in the past. Here’s everything you need to know about redeeming your Steam gift card.
How to Redeem a Steam Card
The first step to redeeming a gift card is to actually find a card you’d like to redeem. Once you’ve found a card that suits you, you’ll need to redeem it. To redeem a gift card, you’ll need to find the “Redeem Gift Card” option from the store page. Once you’ve found the “Redeem Gift Card” option, you’ll be taken to the “Redeem a Gift Card” page. There, you’ll need to enter the details of the gift card you’d like to redeem. Once you’ve entered all the details of your gift card, click the “Redeem” button to redeem it. Then, once the funds are added to your Steam wallet, you can use them just like you would a normal gift card.
What do you get when you redeem a Steam card?
When you redeem a Steam gift card, you get the exact same amount of Steam currency added to your wallet. This means that if you have a $10 card, you’ll have $10 added to your wallet while you play on Steam. You can also use your Steam gift card just like a normal gift card. In this case, the $10 will be added to your Steam wallet just like any other gift card would be. As long as you have $10 worth of Steam currency in your wallet, you can go buy whatever you want.
Which cards can be redeemed on Steam?
Any Steam gift card that you’ve purchased is eligible for redemption on Steam. However, the card’s country of origin does matter. If the gift card you purchased is from a different country than you are, you won’t be able to redeem it. This means that if you have a Chinese Steam gift card, you can’t redeem it on a US-based account. If you want to redeem a Steam gift card outside of Steam, you’ll have to find another way to get Steam currency added to your wallet.
How to add funds to your Steam gift card
Now that you’ve redeemed your gift card and Steam currency has been added to your Steam wallet, you’ll want to use that money to buy things on Steam. Luckily, that’s super-simple with a little help from third-party sites. Once you’ve redeemed your gift card on Steam, head to one of the following sites to add funds to your card: These sites let you add funds to any gift card that supports the VISA payment network. Once you’ve added your gift card, you’re all set to use it just like any other credit card. As long as you’ve got enough funds to cover the cost of the item you’re buying, you’re good to go.
How to verify your card
Earlier in this guide, we talked about which cards can be redeemed on Steam. This is a huge reason why. You see, Steam doesn’t support cards from all vendors. If you try to redeem a card that isn’t supported, you’ll just get an error message. To avoid this issue, you need to verify the card first. To do so, click the “My Account” option from the Steam store page. Then, from your account page, click the “Sign-In” link on the sidebar. From here, click “Log-In/Sign-In through Steam” and you’ll be taken to the “Log-In” page. From here, simply enter your Steam username and password and click “Log-In.” You’ll then be taken to your account settings page, from which you can select which payment methods you’d like to support.
Steam gift cards are a great way to give a present to anyone. If you’re unsure what to get someone, a Steam gift card is a safe option as it’s usually cheaper than buying them something new. There are a few things to keep in mind when redeeming a gift card, though. To avoid issues, make sure the vendor of the gift card is from the same country as your Steam account. Furthermore, make sure you’re adding funds to the card the same way you would use it—by using it just like a credit card on Steam.