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Get 1 Year Of PS Plus For Just $34 With This Promo Code

Daily Steals has a great deal on 12-month PlayStation Plus subscriptions just in time to stock up for the PS5.

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With PlayStation Plus, fans get free games every month, and soon, PS5 owners will be able to access a library of backwards-compatible PS4 games as part of their PS Plus membership. If you're looking to stock up on your subscription, Daily Steals has a great deal on 12-month PlayStation Plus subscriptions. You can snag a year-long subscription for only $33.49 with exclusive promo code GAMESPOTPSN.

This promotion is only available in North America, and Daily Steals delivers the 12-month PS Plus subscription via email. Once you place your order, you'll receive a confirmation via email, after which your code should be sent to you within one business day--Daily Steals says it'll appear as your tracking number. PlayStation Plus's regular yearly cost is $60, so this grants you a savings of nearly $27. This deal can apply to multiple 12-month codes, so you can stock up on multiple years.

This month's PlayStation Plus offerings include the action-RPG Vampyr as well as the racing game Need for Speed Payback. These titles are available to claim throughout October.

As for the PS5's backwards-compatible library, Sony has announced a large number of the games that will be available to PlayStation Plus users at the PS5's launch. The Plus Collection includes first-party games like Bloodborne, Days Gone, and The Last of Us Remastered as well as third-party titles like Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Final Fantasy XV. If you'd like to see the full list, check out all of the PS5 Plus Collection games confirmed so far.

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You can save more at cdkeys.com. I they go for $31 there and I have PS+ all the way up until 2023.

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@rasterror: yep it’s actually been as low as $28... I’m extended until 2022

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@mosset5: Nice! 👍🏾

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Guys,,, BLACK FRIDAY @ Target.com or other stores.

I buy PS+ Xbox for the year at half price every year.

*it's usually $34 or $39 (i forget).

*But best part is i don't haveta stress like i am right now every month over GamePass Ultimate expiring every mont and dealing with turning OFF auto renew..

**Fact, my accound was overcharged in in the early days of This generation when i didn't turn off auto renew on a year of it.. So they charged my account the full $80. right at the exact moment my wife was micro managing all our expenses..

Talk about a chain reaction from hell. It went through but made the carpayment,,Cell Phone & insurance checks to bounce and each one cost a overdraft fee..

@END of the day it cost me $120 extra bucks,,Pocket full of stress & worst of all a pissed wife who looked @ me like an idiot worrying about "video games" instead of life. lol

Suffice to say i remember to turn auto renew OFF. even though Microsoft & SOny make it annoying to do so...

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@sippio: Yeah, auto-renew is one of the worst things to come about. It started out as a wonderfully helpful service that allows a person to pay a bill, usually saving the hassle and costs of postage and handling. If for some reason funds are not available, you would receive a a notice. Also purchases of subscriptions, can be refunded if not used. \

But NOW, auto-renews are like credit card payments, with banks profiting off of auto-renews like a bad check payment. You still get charged all of the gotcha charges by banks, and sometimes getting refunds will also incur charges you cannot get refunded.

If you do plan to do auto-payments - dear God please put it on a rarely used credit card and not a debit card. At least you have consumer rights and some protections, because often times many people for what ever reason simply do not know they are being put into a auto-renewal when purchasing subs or paying some bills. Some auto-renews can drain your bank account, and then charges you each time auto-renew... 'bounces' a bad check on you. These fees and penalties escalate and often times you will not know about it till much much later.

Like you said, 'always, always turn auto renew off or simply try not to use it.' I am a RN in the education department of a hospital, who also works as a patient advocate. I often times help little old people, pay bills, vote, and other needs from an unexpected acute illness that land you in a hospital for a month or sometime more. One man auto-renew truck payments - where he could not work, he would not have the funds - instead of the bank protecting him, they charges him weekly insufficient funds charges, late payments, and this kept going each time another bank requested a auto-renew payment. So instead of being a couple months behind in payments- he also had tons of charges tacked on because of auto-renew making it impossible to get out from underneath.

In as far as game subscriptions, if you do not use it- you can fight it and get refunded money or time if you have not used more then say 20%, but you have to work to get that refunded. And again, simply turn it off.

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So you get charged tax for shipping even though it's a digital purchase?

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@jcv1811: Nah, I think the price is fluctuating up as the number of units are sold out. Also, not sure I trust this site. Would be better to let others try it first, I am willing to wait a while.

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