15 Ways To Get Free Steam Wallet Codes and Gift Cards

Steam is the ultimate go-to for gamers. With almost 30,000 games on the platform, millions of people visit Steam daily to play and purchase games.

It is therefore no surprise that some of the top searches on Google include phrases like:

  • Free Steam codes
  • How to get free Steam gift cards codes
  • Free Steam code generator
  • Free Steam wallet codes and more

The thing is that it can become expensive to fund your gaming passion on Steam when you have to pay for every Steam wallet code you use to top-up your account.

In this article, I cover several ways to get ‘free’ Steam codes, plus a few ways to get paid to play games.

How Do Steam Codes Work?

In order to use Steam, you must first create a Steam account, and this comes with a wallet.

When you want to purchase a game on the platform, you pay for it using the money in your wallet. To fund your wallet, you need to enter the codes from your Steam wallet gift cards.

Following redemption, the money shows up in your Steam wallet and you can use it to pay for purchases.

Steam wallet cards are available at popular stores/retailers including 7 Eleven, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Game Stop, CVS, Shell, The Source, and Petro Canada.

How To Get Free Steam Codes

Th sites listed below offer ways to get legit Steam wallet codes. While they are free to join, some effort is required on your part.

For example, on sites like Swagbucks and PrizeRebel, you will need to complete surveys in order to earn points you can redeem for Steam wallet codes and gift cards.

1. Survey Junkie

Survey Junkie is one of the best sites for online paid surveys. It is also great for getting free Steam wallet codes.

Available: Canada and the United States.

Rewards: Redeem your points for cash through PayPal and use it to purchase Steam codes.

You can also cash out for several popular gift cards (Amazon, iTunes, Target, or Starbucks).

Join Survey Junkie or read our review.

2. Swagbucks

If you are looking for the ultimate rewards site, then Swagbucks should be top of mind.

This site pays you to:

  • Watch videos
  • Complete surveys
  • Surf the internet
  • Play games
  • Shop online

When you sign up here and complete your profile, you get a $10 welcome bonus.

Available: Multiple countries.

The threshold for converting Swagbucks points into free gift cards is $3. With your balance, you can redeem Steam wallet codes and hundreds of other gift cards.

Join Swagbucks ($10) or read our review.

3. PrizeRebel

This is one of my favourite sites for scoring free gift cards.

To earn points on PrizeRebel, sign up for a free account and start participating in market research.

You also earn points when you watch video ads.

Available: In multiple countries including the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom.

You can easily redeem your points for Steam wallets starting at $5. Join PrizeRebel or read our review.

4. InboxDollars

InboxDollars is operated by Prodege, LLC, a well known market research company. In Canada, it is known as Daily Rewards.

This site pays you to answer surveys, watch videos, and read emails.

It pays you in real cash and you can use your earnings to purchase Steam codes. New users get a $5 welcome bonus after registration.

Available: In the United States. Operates in Canada as Daily Rewards.

Join InboxDollars or read our review.

5. Mistplay

Mistplay is a game app that pays you to play. It has given its members more than $13 million as of this writing.

You earn units when you play a game and can redeem your earnings for Google Play credits, Amazon gift cards, free Steam codes, and more.

Available: In the United States and Canada.

You can download Mistplay for Android devices. You can also read this Mistplay review.

6. Opinion Outpost

Opinion Outpost is a paid survey site. When you join, you receive surveys in your inbox several time a week and earn points when you complete them.

You can then redeem your points for cash via PayPal or gift cards such as Amazon, iTunes, or Steam Wallet Codes.

Available: Multiple countries worldwide.

Join Opinion Outpost or read our review.

7. TopCashback

This cash back site is very similar to Rakuten.  When you complete your online purchase using the TopCashback shopping platform, you earn cash back.

Your earnings can be redeemed for a variety of gift cards and cash.

TopCashback is free to join and is available in the U.S. and Canada.

8. Rakuten

Formerly known as Ebates, Rakuten is one of the best shopping cash back sites in the world. In the U.S. alone, Rakuten has paid out over $1 billion in rewards.

When you sign up here, you receive a free $10 bonus (after spending your first $25).

Rakuten pays out your earnings through PayPal or by check every 3 months. While it does not offer Steam gift cards, you can use the cash earned to purchase Steam codes.

Join Rakuten or read our review.

9. MyPoints

This is another get-paid-to site that offers multiple ways to earn rewards. When you first join the site, you get a $10 free gift cards (Amazon or Visa).

After you earn points for:

  • Shopping online
  • Watching videos
  • Playing games
  • Taking surveys
  • Reading emails
  • Printing coupons, and more

It also offers several ways to redeem your points including gift cards (Steam wallet codes), cash, and travel Miles.

Available: In Canada and the U.S. Join MyPoints or read our review.

10. Pinecone Research

Many survey sites don’t pay much for your time.

That said, when you qualify for survey panels on Pinecone Research, you can expect to earn between $3 and $5.

When you have earned enough money, you can redeem it for a Steam wallet code.

Join Pinecone Research or read our review.

11. Toluna Influencers

Toluna is used by some of the largest brands in the world to conduct market research. Think of the likes of CocaCola, Kellogg’s, and Expedia.

As a member of the community, you earn rewards when you share your opinions and answer surveys. You also get paid to play games.

You can redeem your points for gift cards (including Steam cards) or cash through PayPal.

Available: In many countries including Canada and the U.S. Join Toluna or read our review.

12. Gamehag

This online gaming platform is available on desktop and smartphones. You earn Soul Gems and can redeem them for free games on Steam.

Visit Gamehag for more information.

13. Rewardia

Rewardia is based in Australia, however, it also accepts members in the United States. This site pays you to play games, watch videos, and complete surveys.

You can redeem your points for cash or free gift cards, including Steam wallet codes.

14. PointsPrizes

This platform is somewhat similar to the other survey sites on this list.

The points you earn can be converted into Steam gift cards, Xbox, Fortnite, PlayStation, Minecraft, and other gift cards.

15. GrabPoints

Want to earn free gift card codes for Steam and other gaming platforms?

GrabPoints pays you to complete several online activities including surveys, app downloads, and for watching video ads.

You can redeem your points for Steam wallets; Google Play, Pokemon Go, PSN, and Nintendo gift cards and codes.

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Free Steam Codes FAQ

How can I get free Steam codes?

Start by signing up for several of the sites listed above. After using them for a while, stick with the ones that are worth your while.

How do I redeem Steam wallet codes?

To add Steam codes to your account, simply enter the unique wallet code you have into the “Steam Wallet Code” field. If the code is valid, your Steam balance will increase by the funds you just added.

15 Ways To Get Free Steam Wallet Codes and Gift Cards
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Enoch Omololu

Enoch Omololu is a personal finance expert and a veterinarian. He has a master’s degree in Finance and Investment Management from the University of Aberdeen Business School (Scotland) and has completed several courses and certificates in finance, including the Canadian Securities Course. He also has an MSc. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Manitoba and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Ibadan. Enoch has a passion for helping others win with their personal finances and has been writing about money matters for over a decade. His writing has been featured or quoted in the Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, MSN Money, Financial Post, Winnipeg Free Press, CPA Canada, Credit Canada, Wealthsimple, and many other personal finance publications.

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