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Topic # 110692 15-Oct-2012 00:19
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Amazon Steam Bundle $10 for 7 games!

Hope you can get some use out of them!

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  Reply # 701204 15-Oct-2012 00:40
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" Game Downloads are only available to US customers
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Please continue shopping on the Amazon.com home page."


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  Reply # 701208 15-Oct-2012 01:30
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Some of the info on it is wrong too. It claims Windows XP as the platform, but some of those games require Windows 7.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 701229 15-Oct-2012 08:44
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I threw in a US address and it let me order them all. They now appear in my Amazon games list and I can get a product key for them and/or download directly from Amazon.

EDIT: I'm going to add the games to steam with their product codes and see how it goes.

EDIT2: Strikethrough text for edited content doesn't seem to work... weird

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  Reply # 701315 15-Oct-2012 10:38
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Has it just run out? Says product currently unavailable :(

Wish I'd done it 10 minutes earlier when it was still available.

Edit: - Steam has run out of keys, providing more soon!




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  Reply # 701348 15-Oct-2012 11:12
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It seems to be off and on; a friend tried to buy it at 10:24 and it was "currently unavailable" but was back by 10:31. Presumably it'll return again soon :)

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