PS Plus 50% discount is too good to miss as PlayStation slashes prices ahead of its Game Pass rival release


A PLAYSTATION Plus subscription lets you play online with friends as well giving you free games every month — and it’s half price right now.

Sony has slashed the price of a PlayStation Plus three month membership by 50%.

PS Plus price slashed to just £3.33 per month with this 3-month membership deal
  • 50% off PS Plus 3 month membership – buy here

The promotion is only running for a limited time, and you have until Sunday, February 13 at 11.59pm GMT to take advantage of it.

It usually costs £19.99 for a three month membership so getting it for just £9.99 is a bargain!

That works out as just £3.33 per month which is less than a Netflix, Disney+, or Spotify subscription.

Given the fact that a one-month sub is just £6.99, you can get two months extra for just £3.

Here’s what’s included with the membership for PS4 and PS5 players :

  • Online multiplayer
  • Free monthly games for PS4, PS5, and PS VR
  • Exclusive discounts on PlayStation Store 
  • Exclusive game add-ons and packs
  • 100GB of cloud storage for your game saves 

The free games are your to keep for as long as your subscription is active.

If you’re looking to renew, or start off a new sub, now’s the time to grab it while it’s cheap.

Sony is also rumoured to be launching its Xbox Game Pass competitor this month, codename Project Spartacus.

The Game Pass rival is said to have three tiers of membership, and will shake up the current subscription models.

So it’s worth getting a discounted three-months so you can see how things pan out without splurging on a 12-month membership.

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