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as the titles says, where do u all get all those copies?
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Wander a little in the deal section, you'll find your answer 😘
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I can't really say I get it, there are some sites that give their game for free, but they just let you download not give u a steam key which u can use to giveaway.
People just buy games.
Most of us aren't finding freebies to give away, we buy game bundles that include games that we want, then give away the ones that we don't want.
oh ok thank you very much, i dont really buy bundles :( wanted to find a way to contribute to the community and level up though :(
Just so you're aware, giving away freebies doesn't give you any points toward your level. They are 0 CV.
I buy bundles from Fanatical from time to time, but only if I want most of the games. Then I give away the rest. I've gotten my value out of it then, and I don't play certain types of games. They actually do have some pretty decent bundles at times.
I also get the Humble Monthly, but of course, those are significantly more expensive.
Buy them. Mostly from sites like humble bundle.
I either buy them on Humble Bundle, Fanatical or get them on Lootboy (read about it here: https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/rSWOI/lootboy-codes-for-coinsdiamonds).
There is also a website where you can collect coins daily and then exchange said coins for game (read more abouit it here: https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/sQp3a/chronogg-coin-shop-12-jul-valhalla-hills-12500-cultures-northland-12500).
Besides that a lot of people seem to be enjoying Kinguin's auctions (read about it here: https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/JWU4J/how-many-krowns-do-you-have-for-the-first-kinguin-auctions). Started gathering some krows there this week and plan to try it out either this weekend or on the next one.
some people use money to buy those games, like, instead of buying stuff for themselves, they give them to random people.
gifting is crazy, it's pretty hard to understand. T_T
I like finding a bargain, but I don't want to make my backlog bigger. So, I buy games when they're cheap and give them away. Maybe it's a kind of self punishment for having a backlog...
what's a backlog? :P
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Too much hassle, it's easier to remove the licenses of owned games, then I can activate everything from the bundle I bought. I paid for it, it's mine. ALL MINE! /s
Normally Steam since regional pricing is high enough to gift to any other country.
like 95% humblebundle bundles and then give 100% of the money to charities. its a win win
its been a dry month tho
https://www.dailyindiegame.com has cheap keys, just check that they aren't 'no cv' games before you buy them
People BUY games to giveaway. For money.