PS4 Deal: Get 12 Months Of PlayStation Plus For $38

A PlayStation Plus subscription is a more or less a must for any serious PS4 owner. The service lets you play multiplayer games online, store your saves in the cloud (so you can access them from any other PS4), and two free games each month (check out this month’s PlayStation Plus games lineup). It normally costs $60 a year, but you can get a year of Plus for just $38 at Ebay right now. You can check out all the current discounts below.

PlayStation Plus deals

  • See at Ebay – $38
  • See at Green Man Gaming – $42.74
  • See at Amazon – $45
  • See at Walmart – $45
  • See at PlayStation Store – $45

We saw similar prices throughout the holidays. Occasionally PS Plus dips below $40, but it’s pretty rare. When buying from Green Man Gaming, you’ll get the code right after purchasing. If you purchase a 12-month subscription through Amazon, your code will appear in your digital locker within minutes, and if you buy at Walmart, the digital code will be emailed to you after your order is processed. Ebay’s listing is a bit less clear, but according to the reviews, you should receive the code via email within a day.

Sony recently announced January’s free games for PS Plus subscribers: Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator. The Nathan Drake Collection contains remastered versions of the first three Uncharted games, which originally released on PS3. Goat Simulator, on the other hand, is a zany sandbox game that lets you wreak havoc as a goat. Both games will be available starting January 6. Until then, PS Plus subscribers can grab December’s free games: Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross.

Best Deals This Week

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  • This Fantastic Holiday Games Sale Ends Soon: Save On Control, Red Dead 2, And More
  • PS Plus 12-Month Membership For PS4 Is $45 At Amazon
  • PS4 Holiday Sale Round Two Starts Now: Huge Savings On 2019's Best Games
  • A Trio Of Great PC Games Are Free Right Now

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