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Get 12-Months Of PlayStation Plus For $38

Re-up your subscription before this deal goes away.

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PlayStation Plus memberships offer numerous benefits. First and foremost, subscribers get full online multiplayer functionality. Though online multiplayer is the major selling point, you also get a pair of free PS4 games each month and access to cloud saves. Memberships normally cost $60 per year, but you can get a 12-month membership for $38 at Ebay right now.

A limited quantity is available, so don't wait if you've interested in renewing or extending your PS Plus subscription. The listing is a bit unclear, but according to reviews, you should receive the PS Plus code via email within a day. You can then redeem the code in the PlayStation Store to automatically add another 12 months to your membership.

In the meantime, January's free games for PS Plus subscribers are still available for the next few days: 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. Sony recently unveiled February's free games for PS Plus subscribers, which will go live February 3. It's a special month, because Sony is giving away a total of three games: BioShock: The Collection, The Sims 4, and Firewall Zero Hour.

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