The Steam Summer Sale madness continues, with deep discounts on all games.

Hold on to your digital wallets! It’s the Steam Summer Sale and there is nowhere to hide. Buy cheap games. Play them. Be happy with your life choices.

Probably the best two weeks of the gaming year, the Steam Summer Sale brings you daily discounts on top games and there are 13,013 titles on sale throughout the store. We’re going to be listing them all here and updating every day. You won’t miss a thing if you bookmark this and have your cash ready. Here’s the latest deals for you:

Steam Summer Sale: highlighted daily deals for Monday, June 27

If you missed any of the previous highlighted deals, don’t worry: they will be discounted for the duration of the sale. The list is below.

Steam Summer Sale: highlighted daily deals for Sunday, June 26

Steam Summer Sale: highlighted daily deals for Saturday, June 25

Steam Summer Sale: highlighted daily deals for Friday, June 24

If you missed yesterday’s highlighted deals, don’t worry: they will be discounted for the duration of the sale. The list is below.

Steam Summer Sale: highlighted daily deals for Thursday, June 23

How the Steam Summer Sale works

One of Steam’s annual mega-sales is here: the Steam Summer Sale. Valve never announces dates for its various sales, but they always leak.

This year was no exception. An anonymous developer recently leaked the starting and end dates for this year’s summer sale. Paypal followed it afterwards, confirming that today, June 23 is when the Steam Summer Sale 2016 starts. The Summer Sale ends Monday, July 4.

The format of the Steam Sales has changed in recent years from the old model to a better, more streamlined one. Previously, some games would essentially have two sale prices (two discount values), a regular one displayed all sale-long, and another one that appears only when that game gets featured on the front page – as part of a daily deal.

For that reason, it was always advised to only buy games when they’re part of daily deals. Unless it’s the last day and your game hasn’t been featured throughout, only then should you buy it, knowing this price is the lowest it could be.

The new Steam Sale format is clearer, and games now drop to a price that won’t change until the end of the sale. The front page still features deals every few hours, but it merely curates the deals already available without dropping the prices even further.

Every Steam Sale also comes with its own meta-game most of the time. Usually, browsing through Your Queue earns you cards, which you can use to raise your Steam Account level or trade for gems or money through the Community Market.

If you want to top-up your Steam Wallet, Best Buy is currently offering 20 percent off on the second card when you buy two cards of the same value.

Read more here: VG247