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PS5: a super good plan to buy your games and the PS Plus cheaper

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Want to pay for your PS Plus subscription, your PS5, PS4 and PSVR games or cheaper DLC? Amazon has just released a new tempting offer with great promotions on PSN cards.

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New promos are currently in full swing on the PlayStation Store. The store currently allows you to fill your catalog with PS5, PS4 and PSVR games for less than 20 euros. As if that weren’t enough, here’s Amazon adding its two cents with a super good plan perfect for taking advantage of these sales, but also for subscribing to the cheaper PS Plus. Explanations.

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Notice to PS5 and PS4 players, a new good plan is available. Amazon has just sold off its PSN cards for a few euros. The opportunity to credit your account at a low price by saving some money. Thus, the €50 card goes to €42.50 and the €100 card to €85. If they are stamped as gift cards for FIFA 23 Ultimate Team, they are indeed vouchers classics that allow you to buy any game on the PlayStation Store. In the absence of direct promos on the PS Plus, they are also ideal for saving money on subscriptions.

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For example, the one-year subscription to PlayStation Plus Extra costs €84.99 instead of €99.99, a 15% discount. It is certainly less interesting than the reductions offered recently for new subscribers (-33%), but once added to the PSN wallet, the cards are kept for life. Sony has offered promotions on its subscriptions via the PS Store on several occasions, so it is possible to anticipate the next ones by filling its balance in advance to pay for its subscription even less.

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Want to crack? Simply click on one of the links below. No end date has been communicated, so take advantage of it while there is still some in stock.

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