This is a jumbo post of all the ways that you can support my content, big thanks to anyone looking at this. This is a list of links but also the order in which I explain them.

  1. Patreon
  2. PayPal
  3. Bitcoin (Address: 1K3h9VC6FpuxmGxJNgSqXHYvxBa3nPCMVG)
  4. Steam (Donate by ‘Trading’)
  5. eBay 
  6. CdKeys
  7. BangGood
  8. Amazon (UK and US)
  9. DeviantArt
  10. TeePublic
  11. MassDrop

1.  Patreon

Patreon is a site that allows you to donate to creators either per video or per month (depending on the creators choice). Since I’m inconsistent I don’t really recommend this even though I have it set to monthly but here’s the link.

2. PayPal

The best way to directly give money is via Paypal and thanks to my PayPal Me link its apparently very easy, this is the method I’d prioritize over Patreon although you don’t get anything out of it. Here’s the link anyway.

3. Bitcoin

I also have a bitcoin wallet and while not many sites let you use it directly my address is here if you want to send any: 1K3h9VC6FpuxmGxJNgSqXHYvxBa3nPCMVG

4. Steam (‘Trading’)

Steam used to let you gift games but not only was that expensive but its region locked too. What people don’t realize is that you can simply ‘trade’ without asking for something to essentially donate cards and items. This is my personal trade link.

5. Ebay

Ebay has an affiliate program so anything bought through my link will get me a few pennies apparently, its a place with all sorts of stuff especially preowned things so I listed it first. The link is here.

6. CdKeys

CdKeys is also a good site although its focused on digital games like Steam, Xbox and PSN. However not only does it have a referral link to viewers here, there’s also a referral link to become an affiliate yourself  here (highly recommended).

7. BangGood

BangGood is one of those strange wholesale sites where you can get weird things from different countries like china and while some of the things sold are quite good its questionable if I can get people to buy things there (without getting and testing stuff myself which I can’t). The link is here.

8. Amazon (UK and US)

Amazon is quite an awesome place for getting all sorts of things new although awkwardly not only does it pay out differently but all versions are seperate so anything made on the US site can’t be used in the UK one for example. I still recommend it if you are buying something. There are 2 links so far for UK and US.

9. DeviantArt

DeviantArt is an art site and I threw some random pictures on to their print shop, I personally don’t recommend them at all (unless getting something really small) since its too much money for something unprofessional. Here’s the link anyway.

10. TeePublic

TeePublic is a site that allows you to put designs on clothes and accessories and while it honestly might not even be that good  compared to others it doesn’t seem to really care about copyright as much so I put some fanart there although I don’t recommend any. Here is the link.

11. MassDrop

MassDrop is a site where you can buy expensive electrical stuff (like keyboards, headphones and other stuff) but there discounts unlocked when so many people buy the same product. While I don’t get any money from separate sales there is apparently a gift box for referring 5 people who buy something. As highly unlikely this is here is the link.

I will keep adding more ways to support my content here as I find them even if they may seem a bit useless. My PayPal 100% consists of rare donations so anything helps (although please no pity money).