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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Steam's Easy Giveaway!

Do you like free games? Not only that, do you like free games of your choosing? Steam is having another awesome, no purchase required contest again in the form of the Daily Wishlist Giveaway! In a show of awesome generosity, Steam will be awarding 10 people per day with the top 10 games on their wishlist! The giveaway starts today and will end when Steam's Holiday Sale commences later this month. And wait until you hear this: all you have to do is visit the promoted sales page on Steam for the day. That's it. Well, you do have to make sure that you have at least 10 games listed on your wishlist. You don't even have to buy the game being featured for the day nor do you have to do anything else. Once you have visited the featured game page, which is easy to find because they have placed it right on top of the screen, you will receive a notification on that page that you have been entered for the day.

These Steam contests are so easy to qualify for... It's like Valve really wants you to win!

The coolest part about this contest is that the winners will be selected within 48 hours of the end of the qualifying day. I haven't been lucky with these Steam drawings in the past but I am hoping that perhaps lady luck will be on my side this time around. And by the way, for those who does know what Steam is, it's a free digital game distribution service. You don't have to pay anything to use it. Even if you don't have a gaming computer, you can download it and use it to stay connected with your friends who have Steam accounts. Just sign up and join in on the fun. If you win the free games, they will stay in your account until you are ready to install and play it on your gaming personal computer.

2 comments:

Kelli said...

That would be the first and probably the only time I thought about using the wishlist, lol.

Loner Gamer said...

The wishlist is really just a clever way for Steam to check out the customers' most demanded, most popular game titles but your friends are able to see your name pop up on the store page of the games you have listed on your wishlist: so, it's a great way to get free games if people are feeling extra generous lol. Good luck with the givaway!