Where & How to Buy Twitch Gift Cards & Redeem Them

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Twitch, the world’s most popular video game live-streaming platform, relies heavily on the generosity of its audience. The best way to support your favorite live-streamers has and continues to be to subscribe to their channel or donate bits to them. In the past, you’d have to set up a credit card to do this, but now, if you prefer, you can gift someone (or yourself) the ability to subscribe and/or donate to a channel. In this guide, we’ll go over where and how to buy Twitch gift cards.

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Twitch Gift Cards: How and Where to Buy Them

Fortunately, buying a Twitch gift card for someone isn’t hard. They are sold on and, once purchased, will be sent to the email that you set as the gift recipient (which can be yourself if you want).

Alternatively, if you don’t want to buy Twitch gift cards through Amazon, you can also purchase them in the U.S. via the Twitch Merchandise store, Best Buy, GameStop, and Target.

The only restriction is that U.S. residents can only buy gift cards in U.S. dollars (with the same logic following for other supported regions such as the UKCanadaAustralia, and select Eurozone countries, including: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.

How to Redeem Twitch Gift Cards

If you want to redeem them, all you need to do is make sure you’re logging into Twitch and then visit the redemption page and enter your code. The funds will then be added to your account, and you can use those pre-paid funds to subscribe, send bits, or gift subscriptions to your favorite channel/streamer.

That’s all you need to know about how and where to buy Twitch gift cards. Hopefully, this guide helped you out, but if you still need some assistance, let us know in the comments below.

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Ed McGlone

Ed McGlone was with Twinfinite from 2014 to 2022. Playing games since 1991, Ed loved writing about RPGs, MMOs, sports games and shooters.