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Update 6/11/15: The deals below are now expired (on June 9th). Steam’s 2015 Summer Sale is now live- check out the full noteworthy deal roundup.
Chalk this up as a nice surprise weekend deal. PC gamers anticipating the eventual arrival of the Steam Summer Sale this year may get some extra saving this weekend if they decide to open up their wallets.
Over at eBay, they’re running a spend $100+, get $15 back promotion for Father’s Day on anything related to tech, sports, and tools. Combine this promotion with Best Buy’s eBay store offers of gaming gift cards and you’ve given yourself a potent deal on cheap Steam Wallet cards. The deal runs until June 9th at 11:59PM Pacific, but we suspect stock may sell out well before then on these gaming gift cards.
eBay Father’s Day gaming gift card deals
Use coupon: C15FATHERSDAY at checkout
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- $100 Steam Wallet Cards — $85
- $100 Nintendo eShop Card (2 x $50) — $85
- $100 PlayStation Network Card (2 x $50) — $85
With this promotion, you’re basically saving an additional 15% off anything on Steam, and for most people, the physical gift card should be delivered well before the eventual Summer Sale goes live. You can also choose to pick up the gift card in store given eBay now has a nifty in-store pickup feature for its prominent retail partners.
The deal also works on PlayStation Network and Nintendo eShop cards, although in this case you’ll need to buy two $50 denomination cards in order to qualify for eBay’s coupon. If the $100 Steam Wallet card listed above is out of stock by the time you read this, you can always mirror the former strategy and purchase two separate $50 cards, then use the coupon.
If we spot more gaming card (and video game) deals that this coupon will work on, we’ll update this post and add ’em above!
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