Save £6 on a £50 Steam wallet card – perfect for the Steam Summer Sale 2020


PC Gamers can be quids in with a new offer available on Curry’s Ebay shop.

Thanks to a voucher code, you can save on a £50 Steam Wallet card – perfect for gifting or game shopping.

A discounted £50 wallet card could be useful in the Steam Summer Sale

The limited offer is on a physical £50 Steam wallet card and it includes free delivery.

And as the name suggests, the wallet card is usually priced at £50 and redeemable via the Steam store.

But an Ebay code means you can knock the price down, getting it for £43.70.

  • Steam £50 wallet card, £43.70 (code PRICE8), at Ebay – buy here

To get the deal just head over to the Currys PC World Ebay store add the card to your basket and use the code PRICE8 at checkout.

Steam has a huge collection of games available to download

The code drops the price by £3.80, but an automatic discount of £2.50 is also applied before you buy.

That means the total saving works out at £6.30, and that extra value might come in handy sooner rather than later.

Though yet to be confirmed, Steam’s Summer Sale 2020 is expected to appear in the coming weeks.

The massive sale usually makes an appearance in June, and an insider has claimed that will be the case – with June 25 the supposed date.

Tough as it may be to sit on a £50 wallet card until then, we’d recommend you do to get maximum value: during the sale the prices of some games can drop by 80-90%.

But first you’ll need to get the wallet card. And as the card is listed on Curry’s Ebay page as ‘Limited quantity available’ we wouldn’t wait too long.

The wallet card is redeemable for titles played on PC, Mac or Linux systems. And if you own a Nectar card and itsl inked to Ebay, you can earn points on a purchase too.

Just don’t forget to use the code PRICE8 at the discount to get your saving.

  • Steam £50 wallet card, £43.70 (code PRICE8), at Ebay – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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