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New PlayStation Plus cards may make discounts a thing of the past

New PlayStation Plus cards may make discounts a thing of the past

to write PushSquare† Earlier, it became apparent that Sony was slowly but surely withdrawing older PlayStation Plus top-up cards. With these cards, you can extend your PlayStation Plus subscription for three, six or twelve months. These tickets were regularly sold out at a discount, but it seems that this is now a thing of the past. Alternatives simply add an amount to your account’s PlayStation Wallet.

Bee Amazon United States For example, you can actually buy a PlayStation Plus card that adds $110 to your balance. That’s exactly enough to subscribe to PlayStation Plus Extra for a year, but you can also use this credit for other purchases. In addition, there are similar cards for the basic and additional levels. So there will be no cards with which you can buy subscriptions on one of the tiers, but only options for filling your wallet with the amount necessary for the subscription.

The revamped PlayStation Plus was recently released in Europe and has three different subscription variants. Basic (€8.99 per month, €24.99 per quarter or €59.99 per year) is more or less than PlayStation Plus as it is now and offers access to online games and a few free games per month. It is not yet clear if and when these cards will reach Europe.

With Extra (€13.99 per month, €39.99 per quarter or €99.99 per year) you’ll also receive several PS4 and PS5 games, although new PlayStation exclusives won’t appear right away. Premium (16.99 € per month, 49.99 € per quarter or 119.99 € per year) finally includes all types of classic PlayStation games, the option to stream all games and a number of “game experiences”, or demos.

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