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PlayStation Plus users have one last chance to net free store credit

PlayStation Plus users have one last chance to net free store credit

Grab some free points courtesy of PlayStation Stars

PlayStation Stars is a handy little platform, when it’s working that is.

If you’re a PlayStation user, it’s well worth signing up. After all, it’s totally free so you’ve got nothing to lose.

Those who are signed up will earn points on all PlayStation Store purchases and via the completion of easy campaigns.

Those campaigns can be as simple as booting up a certain game and I want to point out that store purchases include the cost of your PlayStation Plus subscription.

The renewal of my extra tier membership recently added 1,000 points to my account. You only need 1,250 to get £5 worth of store credit, just to show you how easy it is to accrue credit.

A new campaign has just landed that’s oh so very easy to complete so is worth partaking in if you want to rapidly up your points tally.

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“To celebrate the addition of Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, this month’s PlayStation Plus Game Catalog must-play games are from the superhero genre. Play any of the ones below to get Points,” reads the campaign description.

The eligible games are Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, Gotham Knights, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales, and GigaBash.

It goes without saying that you’ll need to be a member of PlayStation Plus’ extra or premium tier if you want to partake in this campaign.

You have until Sunday 30 June to get involved and you’ll earn 75 points for doing so.

I previously said that PlayStation Stars is great if it works. That’s because, for many users, there’s been a mysterious outage recently.

If you head on over to the app, you may see the error message, “PlayStation Stars is currently experiencing issues. Our engineers are aware of the issue and are working on a solution.”

Let’s hope it gets back up and running as soon as possible so we can continue earning those precious points.

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Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, Sony