Get a year of PlayStation Plus for £32 with this new deal

ShopTo are at again, undercutting all the big players by offering a year long subscription to PlayStation Plus for just £31.85, a saving of 36%. This price is even better than the one offered by Amazon who are selling a year subscription for £37.49, a saving of 25%.

As usual you will not be getting a PSN card through the mail, ShopTo require you to redeem the code by clicking “Get Code” tab on your ShopTo account by 14th January.


Click here to grab the deal from Shop.To.

This month’s PlayStation Plus games were revealed later than usual and are Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection plus Goat Simulator. Both of these will be available to download for PS Plus subscribers from January 7th.

Don’t forget you can still grab last month’s PlayStation Plus games, Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross – The Video Game from the PlayStation Store.

Along with free games each month PlayStation Plus lets gamers play online and also includes cloud storage so you don’t have to worry about losing your saved games.

Analysts are predicting that Sony will roll PlayStation Now in to PlayStation Plus this year in a move to combat Microsoft’s Ultimate Pass.

“I expect Sony to finally roll PlayStation Now and Plus into one price in 2020,” predicted Dr. Serkan Toto of Kantan Games. “Microsoft is also likely to add xCloud to one of their already existing service bundle deals. Next year, Nintendo will also add N64 games to Switch Online. These services mark a major turning point for the business model of video gaming – even though on mobile, I predict Apple Arcade to lose its thunder in 2020 already.”

Don’t forget that you can stack up PlayStation Plus subscriptions, you don’t have to wait until yours is about to run out to by a new sub. You can pick one up now at a bargain price and add it to the end of your current subscription.

Source: ShopTo

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  1. Many thanks for the heads up. Great price.

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