Question Efficient ways to earn money on steam?

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So I have got a few games on steam, however Im getting bored of them and im limited to money on steam and want some games . However I don't want to pull alot of money out on games on steam and would like to know if there is a efficient way of earning money on steam? Trading? Using websites like GameKit? Please let me know! Thanks
 

mjbn1977

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Or develop a hit game and sell it on STEAM. Then use the profits to buy other games.... ;-)

Like the guy who developed Stardust Valley did. He developed the first launch version all by himself and made a few million dollars right real quick.
 
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stonecarver

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There not always great games but join EpicGames.com get an account just like your Steam account. Every 7-10 days they release a free game. You have to go claim $0 and put the game into your account in the free window the game is offered.
 

mjbn1977

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There not always great games but join EpicGames.com get an account just like your Steam account. Every 7-10 days they release a free game. You have to go claim $0 and put the game into your account in the free window the game is offered.
yeah, I forgot about that. The are mostly indie games, but there were a few real good ones. Also, some older AAA games also showed up in the past. I have my Epic library full with over 30 free games I even haven't touched yet.
 

bryceberger

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Non thats it, maybe play the hell out of free steam games and then sell the trading cards on the steam market. Really that is the only way I can think of making a profit.
 

ceriumin

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So I have got a few games on steam, however Im getting bored of them and im limited to money on steam and want some games . However I don't want to pull alot of money out on games on steam and would like to know if there is a efficient way of earning money on steam? Trading? Using websites like GameKit? Please let me know! Thanks
Well... your best bet is probably trading items. Buy cheap items from a very popular source such as csgo skins, and then trade items a few pence/cents higher and repeat. Sell a very expensive item or sell an item that is valued at your goal
 

WildCard999

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The trading cards can take awhile but if you've played and completed those games you might have quite a few cards that usually sell for like $0.10 to $0.50 or higher. I didn't really pay much attention to them and finally put a bunch up for sale and made like $8 which wasn't much but enough for me to buy Middle Earth: Shadow of MORDOR with all DLC for $5.

What types of games do you play? Perhaps someone can recommend something free/cheap that you might of missed.
 

mjbn1977

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I just read that the Epic game store will give away Kingdom Come: Deliverance for free next week. That would be worth picking up. This is an amazing open world medieval RPG and was probably the game I enjoyed the most in 2018. And it is probably still one of the best looking open worlds (only beaten by RDR2 maybe). It was buggy in the beginning but by now with all the patches it runs just fine. This is probably as good as it gets for a free game right now.
 
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On this market there are a lot of scams. I understand that you need some money to buy new games on steam and you should be attentive because a lot of services take your money, promise to return in with profits and block you after getting your money. I know it, because I were in this situation . Inbox dollars changed everything. It is very big community, and from these article I have found all needed sources and instructions. I earn on passing surveys and return part of money from online shopping on amazon. Think that is very good chance.
 
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If you are good at graphic design, you can create graphics for games. Or try yourself at creating websites. For example, when I graduated from College I wanted to work as a web designer. However, I didn't have enough money for a startup. My parents gave me some money and I didn't know how to distribute it. But my parents have a financial adviser who I turned to for help. He calculated everything very quickly and I was able to start my own business. If you need information, you can find it here yourmoneygeek.com
 
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