Originally Posted by DeathKnight
People like that kind of fuzzy math because it makes the deal seem better. Technically it's not $20 for the mouse. You're paying $70 for it and you get $50 to spend on Steam. In realworld terms though someone is paying for that $50 of Steam credit, and it's the customer in the end. Even at "$20" for the mouse I guarantee Razer is still making money, which shows how much of a markup they have on it.
In the end they get a good mouse and a $50 steam giftcard.. Don't be a