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PlayStation Plus gets a cheeky price cut, but you don't have long

PlayStation Plus gets a cheeky price cut, but you don't have long

Select PlayStation users can currently bag a massive discount on a PlayStation Plus subscription.

Once again, some users can currently bag themselves a saving on PlayStation Plus memberships, but the targeted campaign is somewhat of a mind-boggling mess.

Last year was fairly chaotic for PlayStation Plus. The price hike didn’t exactly go down well with users, with many adding that the premium tier’s addition of cloud streaming didn’t justify the increase in cost either. Throw in a couple of lacklustre game line-ups and you can quickly see why fans were growing tiresome. 2024 is off to a better start. All subscribers can currently grab A Plague Tale: Requiem, Nobody Saves The World, and Evil West from the essential tier, while 14 titles were added across the extra and premium catalogues including Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands and Resident Evil 2.

If you find yourself having run out of a subscription though, and you’re looking to bag a sweet deal to renew it, that may be possible.

Foamstars will join the essential tier as a day one release on 6 February.

As reported by PlayStation Lifestyle, a PlayStation Plus discount is once again doing the rounds but as is often the case with these deals from Sony, who’s available to bag the deal and how much discount you get seems to vary from person to person. What we do know is that subscribers across all three tiers - essential, extra, and premium - have reported being offered a deal.

It seems that 35% off is the most common offer, with many who received the email adding that they were users whose membership expired within the last few months. Others claim that they’ve only been offered a discount of 25%. I’m not sure I’ve ever witnessed Sony rollout a straight forward PlayStation Plus offer.

It certainly seems like this offer is perhaps aimed at those who left the service following the price hikes. All offer emails seem to advertise a ‘final date’ of 30 January so what I’d advise is that you check your emails between now and then. If you’re eligible for this offer, Sony will have made that clear. What a headache, but hopefully one that ends up in a bargain being nabbed by some users.

Featured Image Credit: Sony, Martin Katler via Unsplash

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, Sony