Save Over $20 On A PlayStation Plus Annual Subscription Right Now

Save Over $20 On A PlayStation Plus Annual Subscription Right Now

Minecraft. Fortnite. Red Dead Redemption II. Overwatch. In case you’ve been entirely disconnected, you know gaming in 2020 is all about online multiplayer games.

And, for the PlayStation owners out there, if you want to play online, you need a subscription to PlayStation Plus. Right now, you can get a 12-month PlayStation Plus subscription for just $38.50, more than $20 off the regular annual price.

Sony currently boasts almost 39 million PlayStation Plus users, meaning you’ll always find healthy competition to play any of your favorites anytime, anywhere.

But even if you’re a trend-bucking lone wolf, there are still loads of advantages to a PlayStation Plus membership. If saved games are clogging up your home console, PS Plus lets you just save them to the cloud, including up to 100GB of game storage. No matter your game of choice, you’ll always have your latest action saved without the worry of filling up your system.

For those looking to expand their game library, PS Plus also offers up two completely free games each month, games you get to keep as long as you maintain your PS Plus account. Or you can get in on even top PlayStation titles with monthly discount offers of up to 80 percent off on some games.

Regularly $59.99, just add the coupon code PSPlusSAVE at checkout and you’ll save over $20 off that price, down to $38.50, barely over $3 a month.


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