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Kurt101RR Jan 11, 2013 @ 2:07pm
Trading Dota 2 Copies for Left 4 Dead
Hello users,

I am interested in getting the first game, the price for the game is 19.99, versus Dota 2 for 29.99. I am willing to make a deal, or even a bargain. I would like to get a copy of Left 4 Dead as I already have the sequel. In return I will give you a copy of Dota 2.

Perhaps I'll throw in two copies of (dota 2) if you get the game at 19.99, but only one copy if you get it for 4.99 steam deal.

Let me know if you are interested, you may either Add me as a friend or post here if you accept a deal or what kind of deal. Thank you
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tRОХu Jan 12, 2013 @ 1:11pm 
Gift of Dota 2 have no value, there are no idiots for that exchange.
Marcus101RR Jan 12, 2013 @ 5:05pm 
Originally posted by tROXu:
Gift of Dota 2 have no value, there are no idiots for that exchange.

If am not mistaken, Dota 2, is not free, so it has a value to some people. If they want it for free. Is it F2P?
RainingMetal Jan 12, 2013 @ 5:10pm 
I wouldn't accept DOTA 2 even if it was free.
tRОХu Jan 13, 2013 @ 2:56am 
Originally posted by Marcus101RR:
Originally posted by tROXu:
Gift of Dota 2 have no value, there are no idiots for that exchange.

If am not mistaken, Dota 2, is not free, so it has a value to some people. If they want it for free. Is it F2P?
To get acces you need to fill the survey on store page. Then up to 2 months, you will obtain a gift. Last month they gave me over 10 copies of Dota2 .
That's why in my opinion gifts have no value.
Marcus101RR Jan 13, 2013 @ 10:39am 
Originally posted by tROXu:
Originally posted by Marcus101RR:
Originally posted by tROXu:
Gift of Dota 2 have no value, there are no idiots for that exchange.

If am not mistaken, Dota 2, is not free, so it has a value to some people. If they want it for free. Is it F2P?
To get acces you need to fill the survey on store page. Then up to 2 months, you will obtain a gift. Last month they gave me over 10 copies of Dota2 .
That's why in my opinion gifts have no value.

I filled out the survey, I got the game in 7 days, but I did not get any gifts. I have 0. So, honestly, Valve is choosing on who is valuable enough to get first hand free access to begin with. If you are a valued customer and you play the game regularly, you obviously get extra gifts to hand out. Which why you two seem to have 5-10 copies of the game, while I have none.

Sounds to be like, there is a value here. Since not everyone can get the game free.
Last edited by Marcus101RR; Jan 13, 2013 @ 10:39am
tRОХu Jan 13, 2013 @ 10:51am 
You have to play the game at least once. Last time I played year ago, but they are still sending me gifts.
But you are right, its not easy to get it. If you need gifts, add me, got a few.
Spectre Jan 13, 2013 @ 10:52am 
Originally posted by Marcus101RR:
Originally posted by tROXu:
Originally posted by Marcus101RR:
Originally posted by tROXu:
Gift of Dota 2 have no value, there are no idiots for that exchange.

If am not mistaken, Dota 2, is not free, so it has a value to some people. If they want it for free. Is it F2P?
To get acces you need to fill the survey on store page. Then up to 2 months, you will obtain a gift. Last month they gave me over 10 copies of Dota2 .
That's why in my opinion gifts have no value.

I filled out the survey, I got the game in 7 days, but I did not get any gifts. I have 0. So, honestly, Valve is choosing on who is valuable enough to get first hand free access to begin with. If you are a valued customer and you play the game regularly, you obviously get extra gifts to hand out. Which why you two seem to have 5-10 copies of the game, while I have none.

Sounds to be like, there is a value here. Since not everyone can get the game free.
To me, there is no value unless you want to include ingame items which you can get from the Dota 2 store. It's simple as that. The game is going to be free to play plus there are threads lurking around on people giving away Dota 2 copies or keys. So why keep dragging this on?
http://www.gamespot.com/news/dota-2-will-be-free-to-play-6379759
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