PS Plus Flash Deal: Get One Year Of PlayStation Plus For $45

PS Plus doesn't get much cheaper.

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Now Playing: Free PS4 PlayStation Plus Games For April 2019 Revealed

In early March, PlayStation's Great Indoors Sale knocked the price of one-year PS Plus member down to $45 (it usually sells for $60), and while that sale has long since ended, anyone who didn't stock up on another PS Plus subscription has another chance to get it for that price. Right now, a one-year PS Plus membership is discounted to $50 at Newegg, and if you use the promo code EMCTYUV58, another $5 will be slashed from the price, marking it down to $45.

As a reminder, you can stack PS Plus subscriptions, so even if you're already a member, here's a great chance to renew your subscription at a discount. Newegg is limiting this deal to two per customer, but you'll still walk away paying $90 for two one-year subscriptions instead of $120 (or $45 instead of $60, if you opt for just one). A PS Plus membership not only extends to PS4, PS3, and Vita systems, but will most likely roll over to PlayStation's next-generation console, too.

The deal ends Sunday, so act fast, especially if your PS Plus subscription is scheduled to expire soon.

Buy one year of PS Plus for $45 with code EMCTYUV58 »

PS Plus is PlayStation's premium monthly subscription that grants access to online multiplayer, free monthly PS4 games, and exclusive discounts. April's games for PS Plus members include science-fiction RPG The Surge and open-world survival game Conan Exiles, both of which are free to download for the rest of the month. Another new perk of PS Plus: Sony recently rolled out the PSN ID change feature, and while the first time you change your ID is free, subsequent changes carry a $10 fee--except for PS Plus members, who will only have to pay $5 each time.

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