Steam's Wish feature is handy, but it's not always useful. If you wait for a substantial rebate on a $ 60 game, five dollars probably will not change your mind. There is a better way.
IsThereAnyDeal.com can connect to your Steam account, import your wishlist, and send you an email notification when a game falls below a certain price level or percentage. It's a great way to save money on new songs and all that on your wish list.
Connect IsThereAnyDeal with Steam
Before you begin, you must give IsThereAnyDeal access to your Steam account. This is absolutely safe ̵
Go first to IsThereAnyDeal.com and click "Sign Up" in the top right corner
 Click on "Log in to Steam" in the pop-up menu. You will receive a web-based registration for your Steam account.
Once you're back on the main IsThereAnyDeal page, click the arrow next to your Steam username and then the drop-down menu on the "Waiting List".
Click "Sync Profiles" on the right side. Under the "Waiting list" entry on this page, click "Sync Now".
This process adds all the games on your Steam wish list to your IsThereAnyDeal waiting list (which is the same, only better). You can manually repeat this process to add or remove items from your Steam wishlist or click "periodically sync".
Set Custom Price Alerts
On the page above, click the arrow next to "Waiting List" on the right side of the page
On the list of waiting lists that opens, you will see them all Your wish list and the digital stores selling the games at the lowest prices  The best price will be displayed with the corresponding discount in terms of total price and percentage. Note that these prices come from Internet sellers who sell digital codes, not necessarily on Steam itself.
Let's take as an example Attack on Titan from my list as Example The game never seems to go on sale. Select the game with the mouse and then click "Edit".
On the next page, you can set a specific price alert in the Price field or a percentage in the Price Cut. Field. I bet mine for $ 30 because I do not want to pay more than twenty-five dollars for this particular game. In the "But only if" field, you can select modifiers: The option to only warn when a store sells a Steam activation key is very useful, so I activated it. You can set the same condition for DRM-free, original, and U-play games.
Click "Update My Waiting List" to apply these terms to your price notification, and you're done! Click on the "X" in the pop-up to return to your waiting list and start with a new game.
Limit alerts to specific stores
But what if you're waiting for a sale on Steam because you have a gift? Card credit that you can not redeem in any other online store? That is also easily possible. On the Edit page, click Override Default Memory Selection.
Here you can select specific stores to be monitored for warnings and ignored. For only Steam I click on "none" in the selection menu and then activate only Steam.
Click "Update My Waiting List" again to apply your changes. If you never want to see alerts from specific stores because they may not be available in your country or you just do not want to create another account, click the "Manage in your settings" link. There you can hide some saves all warnings
Make sure you receive email notifications
Before you are done, you should check if you receive email alerts from IsThereAnyDeal so that you can They do not have to constantly check for price cuts. Click the arrow next to your Steam sign-in name, and then click Settings.
Enter your e-mail address in the "E-mail" field and click on "Save".
That's it. You are now ready to receive price notifications through your email inbox.