Black Friday deal: 34% off PlayStation Plus 12-month membership

Posted: 20 November 2021 3:51 pm
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Amazon has knocked 34% off PlayStation Plus 12-month membership cards for Black Friday – save $27.95.

PlayStation Plus is an online subscription service for PlayStation consoles that provides multiplayer access, exclusive discounts and 2 free games every month.

An annual subscription normally costs $79.95, but Amazon has it down to just $52 as part of its Black Friday sale. That's a saving of $27.95, or 34% off the RRP. Here's the deal:

34% off PlayStation Plus 12 Month Memberships
34% off PlayStation Plus 12 Month Memberships

Amazon has knocked 34% off PlayStation Plus 12-month membership cards. Normally costing $79.95, they're now down to $52.

Buy for $52 (Previously $79.95)

If you're already a PlayStation Plus member, you can still add the code to your account and the 12 months will automatically be added to the end of your existing subscription. (You could even add multiple cards if you wanted.)

In addition to letting you play with others online, PlayStation Plus is an excellent way to build up a collection of relatively new games on the cheap. Recent additions to the Plus lineup have included Knockout City, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, First Class Trouble and The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. So long as you have a PlayStation Plus subscription, these games are yours to keep.

PlayStation 5 owners also receive their own free game each month, exclusive to the console. You can check out past and present free games over on our PlayStation Plus page.

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A PlayStation Plus subscription requires some games to play. Here are a few early Black Friday deals that caught our eye:

Looking for more ways to save? Check out today's top 5 deals and the best Black Friday deals so far.

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