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PS Plus: Add A Year To Your Subscription For Less Than $30

PS4 owners can get a year of PlayStation Plus for a nice price at Ebay.

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic means we're all looking for more movies, TV, and games to get through with our extra time indoors. This has made gaming subscription services that also get you free games along with online multiplayer access especially crucial. For PS4 players, that's PlayStation Plus, which gets you free monthly games, online multiplayer, exclusive discounts, and more for $60 a year. Right now, however, you can snag a year of PS Plus for a fraction of the price.

Over at Ebay, you can get a year of PS Plus on sale for $29.75 via reputable seller NeoGames. While the listing describes the product as a "subscription card," this is an emailed code you'll receive within 24 hours (we confirmed this by purchasing a code ourselves). After receiving the code, you can then redeem it in the PlayStation Store. As a reminder, PlayStation Plus memberships can be stacked, so if you already have an active subscription, it'll be extended by 12 months.

We've been tracking the Ebay offer for some time now, and it's always a good deal when you can find a 12-month PS Plus subscription for less than $40, let alone $30. This is the lowest price we've seen this listing going for, and there's no telling when these discounts might end, so take advantage of them ASAP if you need to renew or want to add more time to your membership for cheap.

Once your PS Plus membership is active, you can immediately take advantage of one of its best perks: free monthly games. The September 2020 PS Plus games are PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Street Fighter V.

Editor's note: This story was published June 9, 2020 and has been updated to reflect the latest discount.

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