G2A.COM  G2A News Features Everything to Know About Steam Gift Card and Steam Wallet
Steam holds a virtual monopoly on digital distribution of games. It’s an immense store where games of effectively every type can now be bought, in addition to various kinds of utility software, or even a movie or two. With that in mind, it’s worth considering the methods of payment built into Steam: Steam Wallet and, Steam gift cards.
It functions as an alternative to the more traditional methods of payment, such as a credit card, or external payment service providers. Steam Wallet holds all the funds you have topped it up with, ready for immediate use.
It cuts out the middle-man, which makes it faster than virtually any other payment method. It can also be used as a voucher or the secondary payment method, because you can use it to cover the difference between your funds on, say, PayPal, and the price of the product.
For instance: your PayPal account holds $45, but you want to buy a $60 game. If your Steam Wallet has at least $15 on it the transaction will go through, with the necessary amount drawn from the Wallet. You can always see your Wallet balance in the upper right corner of the Steam client (or webpage, if you’re using the browser version at the moment) as long as you have some money in it. Alternatively, follow these steps to access it after logging in:
There are three ways to top-up your Steam Wallet.