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User Info: captsplatter_1

captsplatter_1
3 weeks ago#11
hardy3786 posted...
I see you're one/become one of those "600+ games on Steam but play just 10% or less of it". Restraint yourself my friend.

The sales seem to come back anways too.
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User Info: arleas

arleas
3 weeks ago#12
captsplatter_1 posted...
The sales seem to come back anways too.

If you look at Cheapshark.com or isthereanydeal.com you can see a historical low, and sometimes games will repeatedly hit that point and sometimes they'll never come back to that point (because it was during a short time flash sale and they went 90% off instead of only 75% off like normal)

So yeah, from here on out most of the sales you see will probably repeat, or you can find a key reseller that will have it cheaper.
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ApexMjolnir
2 weeks ago#13
The majority of keys, are from when people buy the games on sale, and then sell them later for a profit.

There are also ways to get them for free, and then sell them.

Either way, G2A guarantees that you as the consumer, will not lose any games. The only thing you are paying insurance on, is the small chance that your seller, blatantly does not supply you with the game at the price that you agreed on. Like they send you a code for a game that is region locked, but you paid for a global key. As long as you are paying attention to what you are buying, you don't get screwed.

You pay them a fee that would cover them buying it from another seller.

In the past year, I have purchased about 20 games through G2A.com none of them have issues.

Also, I can tell you that if a developer starts seeing chargebacks through G2A.com in multiples, the site would be gone already.
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