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#8 - I didn't see anything that mentioned regional restrictions, so…  [+] (3 replies) 09/10/2015 on What a deal! 0
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#10 - angelious (09/10/2015) [-]
will try.

thanks fort the other thing too.
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#15 - iflirtwithanyone (09/11/2015) [-]
humble bundle does work outside of the US. Most of the bundle sites do. My personal favourites are Grouppes, Indie Gala and Humble Bundle.

www.indiekings.com/p/bundle-tracker.html

Good site for seeing what bundles are happening at all times

steamgamesales.com/

Always keep up to date on the latest sales, from various sites

www.steamgifts.com/

If you have at least 100 USD worth of games in your library, you can register there and try to win games. You don't have to give anything away to enter, unless the creator of the giveaway restricts it that way. You get 300 points to start, giveaways cost as many points as the game costs in USD 5 dollar game, 5 points Points automatically regenerate as people create giveaways, so if you run out, just wait a while and you'll get more points for more giveaways.
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#17 - angelious (09/11/2015) [-]
sounds interesting...ill try it out.
#6 - I usually stick to indie games that go on sale on These guys …  [+] (6 replies) 09/10/2015 on What a deal! 0
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#7 - angelious (09/10/2015) [-]
that...actually sounds pretty amazing for a college boy like me...



it works outside of americas too?
#9 - rkdisme (09/10/2015) [-]
There is another website that is designed to save you some dollars on your game purchases. www.steamgifts.com/sales/new shows all the sales that have been going on recently. I would suggest clicking the "new" option on the top left portion of the screen to see the newest sales because the older ones are likely to have expired. Have fun playing!
#8 - rkdisme (09/10/2015) [-]
I didn't see anything that mentioned regional restrictions, so chances are you're good. They usually give you steam keys and also a direct download from the website. Just make sure that your choice of OS is supported by those games.
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#10 - angelious (09/10/2015) [-]
will try.

thanks fort the other thing too.
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#15 - iflirtwithanyone (09/11/2015) [-]
humble bundle does work outside of the US. Most of the bundle sites do. My personal favourites are Grouppes, Indie Gala and Humble Bundle.

www.indiekings.com/p/bundle-tracker.html

Good site for seeing what bundles are happening at all times

steamgamesales.com/

Always keep up to date on the latest sales, from various sites

www.steamgifts.com/

If you have at least 100 USD worth of games in your library, you can register there and try to win games. You don't have to give anything away to enter, unless the creator of the giveaway restricts it that way. You get 300 points to start, giveaways cost as many points as the game costs in USD 5 dollar game, 5 points Points automatically regenerate as people create giveaways, so if you run out, just wait a while and you'll get more points for more giveaways.
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#17 - angelious (09/11/2015) [-]
sounds interesting...ill try it out.
#4 - When I went to make the order, it said that something went wro…  [+] (8 replies) 09/10/2015 on What a deal! 0
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#5 - angelious (09/10/2015) [-]
would be pretty awesome...i could save a ton and buy all the games i cant afford atm...
#6 - rkdisme (09/10/2015) [-]
I usually stick to indie games that go on sale on www.humblebundle.com/ These guys are awesome for combining charity along with great game sales. If you're looking for something cheap and entertaining at the same time, give it a shot.
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#7 - angelious (09/10/2015) [-]
that...actually sounds pretty amazing for a college boy like me...



it works outside of americas too?
#9 - rkdisme (09/10/2015) [-]
There is another website that is designed to save you some dollars on your game purchases. www.steamgifts.com/sales/new shows all the sales that have been going on recently. I would suggest clicking the "new" option on the top left portion of the screen to see the newest sales because the older ones are likely to have expired. Have fun playing!
#8 - rkdisme (09/10/2015) [-]
I didn't see anything that mentioned regional restrictions, so chances are you're good. They usually give you steam keys and also a direct download from the website. Just make sure that your choice of OS is supported by those games.
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#10 - angelious (09/10/2015) [-]
will try.

thanks fort the other thing too.
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#15 - iflirtwithanyone (09/11/2015) [-]
humble bundle does work outside of the US. Most of the bundle sites do. My personal favourites are Grouppes, Indie Gala and Humble Bundle.

www.indiekings.com/p/bundle-tracker.html

Good site for seeing what bundles are happening at all times

steamgamesales.com/

Always keep up to date on the latest sales, from various sites

www.steamgifts.com/

If you have at least 100 USD worth of games in your library, you can register there and try to win games. You don't have to give anything away to enter, unless the creator of the giveaway restricts it that way. You get 300 points to start, giveaways cost as many points as the game costs in USD 5 dollar game, 5 points Points automatically regenerate as people create giveaways, so if you run out, just wait a while and you'll get more points for more giveaways.
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#17 - angelious (09/11/2015) [-]
sounds interesting...ill try it out.