• Steam Wallet Codes



    We all know how frustrating and expensive it is for us to buy games and/or items from Steam, Dota 2 Store, CS:GO Store or the Steam Community Market. However, those days are over. Now you can top-up your steam account and get the game, the legendary bundle or that awesome knife you have been wanting for so long!

    Please visit Purchase Steam Wallet Code page to get your steam account recharged in a cheaper way.

    As an introductory offer, there will be a 2.5% discount for orders above 2000 taka for first 20 orders. Just enter BanglaGamer as the coupon code during order placement.
    Comments 67 Comments
    1. Codex's Avatar
      Codex -
      Quote Originally Posted by Beef Thief View Post
      but won't I be able to buy the cards in physical form like this?
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      You only get the codes, yes. Physical ones are not available.
    1. CvP's Avatar
      CvP -
      Quote Originally Posted by Beef Thief View Post
      but won't I be able to buy the cards in physical form like this?
      No, because the aim is to keep the prices down and make it easier for people to buy. Physical cards will drive prices up and make it harder for people to buy.
    1. CvP's Avatar
      CvP -
      Free steam wallet code giveaway: https://www.facebook.com/impexbd
    1. Fox Mulder's Avatar
      Fox Mulder -
      Chief, just give it to me :3 you know you want to.
    1. minitt's Avatar
      minitt -
      is there any way i can send fund from my steam account to other steam user? @CvP @Fox Mulder

      and how do I set the type of currency of my Steam wallet?
    1. furiousTaher's Avatar
      furiousTaher -
      Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
      is there any way i can send fund from my steam account to other steam user? @CvP @Fox Mulder

      and how do I set the type of currency of my Steam wallet?
      i think if you trade with a friend you can give him balance for a trade cart or something, but i dont think you can give balance for nothing.

      and i am not a steam expert so i dont know exactly... good question.
    1. Fox Mulder's Avatar
      Fox Mulder -
      Rather gift what the receipent wishes to buy and take the payment.
    1. minitt's Avatar
      minitt -
      Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
      Rather gift what the receipent wishes to buy and take the payment from him.
      well that seems quite simple.

      Btw Can i redeem a Steam Gift card that is in pound (GBP) with my Bangladeshi Steam account?

      and also how do I set the type of currency in my steam account/Steam wallet?
      is it set to USD by default?
    1. Fox Mulder's Avatar
      Fox Mulder -
      The default currency is USD for this region and yes you can recharge with any currency based steam wallet keys. Steam will convert the currency into USD. However, due to the recent drop in price of Rubles, steam may have changed it's policies. Most likely we remain unaffected by this.
    1. aayman's Avatar
      aayman -
      You can redeem the GCs just fine, the rubles thing was restricted to Russia only. I believe they adjusted their prices and also region-locked all games.
    1. minitt's Avatar
      minitt -
      Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
      You can redeem the GCs just fine, the rubles thing was restricted to Russia only. I believe they adjusted their prices and also region-locked all games.
      so if i buy a Steam Gift Card that was issued in GBP can be safely redeemed with my Bangladeshi Steam account at current ex rate of GBP to USD right?
    1. furiousTaher's Avatar
      furiousTaher -
      Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
      Rather gift what the receipent wishes to buy and take the payment.

      just saying, 1. suppose i have 200$ in my steam account and give some of it to my friend, if he trades a card with me can i give my balance to him (showing steam trade happened)?

      2. if the answer of 1. is yes, then can i do it even without trading? suppose my friend doesn't have anything in their inventory to trade.


      if you know the answer of any of those questions let me know, if not try to redirect me where i can find direct answer
    1. Shawon191's Avatar
      Shawon191 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
      i think if you trade with a friend you can give him balance for a trade cart or something, but i dont think you can give balance for nothing.

      and i am not a steam expert so i dont know exactly... good question.
      Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
      just saying, 1. suppose i have 200$ in my steam account and give some of it to my friend, if he trades a card with me can i give my balance to him (showing steam trade happened)?

      2. if the answer of 1. is yes, then can i do it even without trading? suppose my friend doesn't have anything in their inventory to trade.


      if you know the answer of any of those questions let me know, if not try to redirect me where i can find direct answer
      You cannot give other steam user balance for anything at all.
      The only way to get balance in steam wallet is funding by yourself or redeeming a wallet code.

      Edit: Well another way is giving someone the steam ID who can fund it via Paypal/credit card, if you trust him enough.
    1. minitt's Avatar
      minitt -
      Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
      You cannot give other steam user balance for anything at all.
      The only way to get balance in steam wallet is funding by yourself or redeeming a wallet code.

      Edit: Well another way is giving someone the steam ID who can fund it via Paypal/credit card, if you trust him enough.
      and Once the credit card/paypal information is removed from the steam account, is there any way to see it or restore it?
    1. Shawon191's Avatar
      Shawon191 -
      Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
      and Once the credit card/paypal information is removed from the steam account, is there any way to see it or restore it?
      No, unless you check the option 'save my payment information'
    1. Bousine's Avatar
      Bousine -
      Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
      just saying, 1. suppose i have 200$ in my steam account and give some of it to my friend, if he trades a card with me can i give my balance to him (showing steam trade happened)?

      2. if the answer of 1. is yes, then can i do it even without trading? suppose my friend doesn't have anything in their inventory to trade.


      if you know the answer of any of those questions let me know, if not try to redirect me where i can find direct answer
      You could buy any item put up for sale(eg a trading card) by your friend for the amount(eg $200) you want to give him. But Valve takes 20% of the cut. And no it is not possible without trading.
    1. Shawon191's Avatar
      Shawon191 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Bousine View Post
      You could buy any item put up for sale(eg a trading card) by your friend for the amount(eg $200) you want to give him. But Valve takes 20% of the cut. And no it is not possible without trading.
      That requires both of their wallet to be activated. And that defeats the purpose of giving balance cause its better to buy the desired item and trade.
    1. furiousTaher's Avatar
      furiousTaher -
      Quote Originally Posted by Bousine View Post
      You could buy any item put up for sale(eg a trading card) by your friend for the amount(eg $200) you want to give him. But Valve takes 20% of the cut. And no it is not possible without trading.
      20% :O
      then no point of giving wallet balance by trading then. maybe i should buy my friends some game
    1. fahimspider's Avatar
      fahimspider -
      @Taher furious as far I know exchanging currency between accounts is not possible. If any 1 offers you steam currency or balance transfer in-exchange of your game or in game items, you should report him immediately as a scammer.
    1. shanan's Avatar
      shanan -
      টাকা হস্তান্তর সম্ভভ। কয়েকজনকে দেখেছি
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