Steam Summer Sale Survival Guide: How to Get the Best Deals and the Most Trading Cards

8CN: The Steam Summer Sale is upon us, and for those of us with credit cards and compulsive shopping habits, it's a bad time for our bank accounts. On the other hand, it's a great time for picking up those games you've been waiting to buy. With literally hundreds of games on sale and a rotating selection of discounts though, it's hard to know when you're getting the best deal. Luckily, there are a few tricks to getting through this madness with your sanity intact.

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dasbeer881490d ago

Am I the only one who's disappointed that this summer sale doesn't have publisher bundles which Steam did back in 2011/2012? I remembering buying a SEGA pack which consisted of more than forty games all for $50.

cemelc1490d ago (Edited 1490d ago )

They have been pretty bad this year, perhaps they are saving for some big discounts for christmas.

Amazon pretty much mirrored most of the good deals

Takwin1489d ago

I think the deals have been amazing. The fact you are comparing this Steal sale to previous ones means you already looted it hardcore.

My wife and I are loving it. They have had so many major hitters at their lowest prices ever.

BLuTheSecond1489d ago

I'm happy with Xcom: Enemy Within and Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion so far.

urwifeminder1489d ago

8 games for $20 so far very happy Metro last light just went on sale under $7 the price was right.

oORafzOo1489d ago

Just bought PAYDAY: The Heist for a dollar!

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