If you own a PlayStation console and love multiplayer online games, you probably know about PS Plus, the annual PlayStation membership subscription that allows you to access online multiplayer mode in games like Overwatch, Monster Hunter World or Diablo III. Although PS Plus membership typically costs $ 60 a year, it is cheaper than ever for a limited time. Until March 26, you can register (or buy again) PS Plus for only $ 45 (25% off).
The PlayStation Store is offering this offer as part of its big indoor sale this month, which also offers games with a discount of up to 75% with PS Plus. So once you've bought a subscription, you can buy a bunch of games for even less.
If you are already a member of PS Plus, you can also stack subscriptions, which allows you to take advantage of the discount and save money in the long run. Even if PlayStation launches a new console in the next few years (as the rumor says), your PS Plus subscriptions will probably be valid on this platform.
In particular, PS Plus is also available to third-party retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy and GameStop, which may match the current PlayStation Store market price. Therefore, if you prefer to shop in these stores, you can benefit from the same offer while retaining the return on the PlayStation Store to benefit from its latest PS Plus offers.
In addition to online multiplayer access, PS Plus membership includes free monthly downloads of games (March free games are now available), better discounts on daily deals, and online game saves (with 1GB of online storage for PS4, 1GB for PS3 and 1GB for PS Vita).
Purchase a $ 45 PlayStation Plus subscription for one year