Trade Watch: GAME Start Selling Steam Cards

[drop2]GAME are to start selling voucher codes for online portal Steam from today, showing the retailer’s commitment to digital download systems, on top of the already available PSN and Xbox 360 codes.

The codes will be sold on cards £5, £10, £15 and £20 demoninations, and can be used to add credit to a Steam account.

“This is the latest initiative offering unrivalled value, range and ease of obtaining digital content for our UK gaming community,” said GAME CEO Martyn Gibbs.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Steam as we look to grow our PC gaming communities together.”

“The partnership forms a significant part of our increased offering for any PC gamer which will also include a full digital catalogue available on tablets in store to browse and new ways to pay for digital downloads, making the process easier and more secure than ever.”

GAME will also offer a 33% discount on trade-ins against the cards, making them highly attractive if you’ve got a few old games lying around you no longer want.

Via GI.



  1. GAME have made a serious push for digital since their struggles… It takes as much of their shop floor as one of their ‘top 20’ sections. It’s a sizeable investment of space for a bricks & mortar retailer.

    Good that Steam credit is available from there – I often have money in my pocket I can’t put in the bank else it would be swallowed up by my overdraft.

  2. i’ve been hoping somebody would start selling steam cards in the uk.

    just a shame they decided to launch them when i’m particularly skint. :(

  3. Nice that they’re doing it but to call it convenient is pretty hilarious. Nothing beats doing this all online but there we go. It’s good for the gift-givers, especially at this time of the year. Hell, people who couldn’t be bothered to look for decent presents for loved ones have been buying M&S vouchers for years! :-P

  4. Great news, now means that games can be traded in for Steam special offers and dlc. :)

    • This is the real value of course.

      That said, whats the odds of them turning around & saying that store credit cannot be exchanged for online store credit?? :D

    • Yep, this is what I’ll use it for. I’ve been trading stuff in for PSN credit already, so same thing.

  5. That 33% discount is mighty tempting to help build up credit for the inevitable Steam Christmas sale spendathon.

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