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PlayStation free store credit announced for you to claim in March

Ewan Moore

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PlayStation free store credit announced for you to claim in March

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PlayStation has announced how you can bag the latest batch of free store credit for March, and it really couldn't be easier.

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As you may already know, PlayStation kicked off a new loyalty scheme last year called PlayStation Stars, in which you can earn points.

These points are typically earned by completing various tasks in games, and can be traded in for store credit. I'll be honest with you, because I think you have a kind face: the exchange rate of points to store credit isn't great, but play enough games and it all adds up eventually. Before you know it, you've shaved a decent amount off your next big purchase.

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PlayStation Stars is completely free to sign up to, I should add, so if you haven't already gotten involved you definitely should. You earn points just for buying games, so it'll add up without you even realising. PlayStation has also just announced the first "campaign" (chance to grab bonus points) for March, and it couldn't be easier.

From 5 March all you need to do is play one of this month's PlayStation Plus free games to earn 50 points. That's it. If you missed it last week, March's PS Plus lineup is Sifu, Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, Hello Neighbor 2, and, F1 2023. Of you course you'll either need to have PlayStation Plus or already own one of these four titles, but in either instance all you'll have to do is boot up the game to claim the points. Simple.

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At the time of writing PlayStation hasn't outlined any further campaigns for March. There are plenty of digital collectibles you can get your hands on though, as outlined on the PlayStation Stars March blog post. I'd rather take the free store credit, personally.

Topics: PlayStation, PlayStation 5, Playstation Plus, Sony

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