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Here’s over 50% off a whole year of PS Plus

Pop over to CD Keys right now and you can find one of the cheapest PS Plus deals we’ve seen for a long time.

You’d usually be expected to pay $60 for a full year of PlayStation Plus membership, but right now you can get it for only $27. That’s more than 50 per cent off the regular price!

Massive discounts on PS Plus such as this have been rather sparse seen the most recent price hike, so this is one to take full advantage of while you can. Remember, PS Plus subscription time stacks, too, so you can stock up a few years in advance at this cheaper price should you wish. That’ll get you access to all the free PS4 and PS5 monthly games for a good while – hopefully, it won’t be long until a PS5 compatible SSD comes out so you don’t run out of storage space.

The only caveat? This is a US-only offer. You will not be able to activate this is any region outside the US.

One other thing to note is that this PS Plus deal comes courtesy of CD Keys – an online store regularly considered to be a grey market.

Now, our experience buying from CD Keys (and that of many others) has been perfectly fine in the past. The codes supplied have worked as intended and everything about the transaction was processed as you’d expect. This is clearly distinct from other far less legitimate online key sellers where codes have been acquired through illegal means.

However, there’s clearly some circumnavigation from the usual official channels to offer such a low price. Understandably, that can put off some potential buyers. Ultimately, though, it’s up to you whether you’re comfortable purchasing from them.

While you’re here, why not have a browse through some other PlayStation deals pages. We’ve got a look at the best PS5 controller chargers if you’re DualSense keeps running out of juice mid-game and some of the best PS4 external hard drives you can buy to bulk up your last-gen game storage.

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