SAVE $15: PlayStation’s Days of Play sale features a great deal on year-long subscriptions to PlayStation Plus — save $15 at Amazon.
Having a PlayStation definitely comes with big benefits — exclusive games that you can’t get anywhere else, for one (The Last of Us Part II, Marvel’s Spider-Man, etc.) — but one thing that it hasn’t caught up with Xbox on is a Game-Pass-like service. Xbox Game Pass still stands as one of the best deals in gaming, and no other console has anything like it.
PlayStation kind of has a version of it in PlayStation Plus, though (if we’re being generous). Even though it’s not the same as Game Pass, it’s well worth paying for if you’re a PlayStation owner. Especially when it’s on sale. For a limited time, you can get a one-year subscription to the service for $15 off the usual price at Amazon as part of PlayStation’s Days of Play sale.
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PlayStation Plus opens up a whole new world of opportunities when you get signed up. For starters, you can actually play online multiplayer games with your friends. The main draw of the service, though, is the selection of free games that become available to subscribers each and every month, as well as exclusive discounts in the PS Store.
Also new to PS Plus is the PlayStation Plus Collection, which is a selection of classic PlayStation games from last generation that you can download free of charge (and they aren’t limited-time downloads like the monthly offerings), ranging from the Uncharted series, to God of War, and plenty of other must-plays, this collection is a necessity for anyone playing catch-up, or even seasoned players looking to replay some of their favorites.
If you have a PlayStation, PS Plus is basically a necessity — get a one-year subscription for $15 off when you pick up a code at Amazon.
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