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# 174918 10-Jun-2015 17:51
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It has been quite a long time since I last went to the gaming section of a store, so I am totally clueless on this. Are there brick-and-mortar stores in NZ that sell Steam gift cards or wallet codes?

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  # 1322364 10-Jun-2015 18:04
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EBGames, The Warehouse, some supermarkets... go to any decent mall and there'll likely be at least one place you can buy them.

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  # 1322368 10-Jun-2015 18:11
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Stores have recently started stocking steam wallet cards so just have a look at any supermarket or a gaming store (the sections where they keep all the gift cards) and you should find them.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1322380 10-Jun-2015 18:41
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Scui: It has been quite a long time since I last went to the gaming section of a store, so I am totally clueless on this. Are there brick-and-mortar stores in NZ that sell Steam gift cards or wallet codes?


They were a big banner feature of the last The Warehouse catalog, so yes they are widely available, although maybe not filtered through to all stores of some of the smaller retailers with poorer distribution networks.

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  # 1330208 23-Jun-2015 20:25
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EB has had them for quite a while; they sold them in USD before Steam began accepting NZD. I didn't realise they were available elsewhere now.

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  # 1330209 23-Jun-2015 20:25
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EB has had them for quite a while; they sold them in USD before Steam began accepting NZD. I didn't realise they were available elsewhere now.

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