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A PlayStation Plus subscription can nab you tons of gaming perks, including two PlayStation games included every month. Right now you can score a digital code good for a full year of PlayStation Plus for $29.89 on CDKeys. That’s less than the $39.99 price tag we saw during Black Friday and Cyber Week. Normally, a 12-month subscription costs $59.99.
With a savings of over 50% on a full year of PS Plus, you’re basically getting 6 months for free.
While buying digital codes might seem sketchy if you’re unfamiliar with these sites, their legitimacy has been verified time and again by the Slickdeals community. CDKeys has continually offered great discounts on digital deliverables like this one and many more. There’s currently no indication of when this offer will end, but it’s safe to assume that it’s for a limited time.
Since this sale price isn’t super common, it might be a good idea for you to purchase multiple subscriptions. These subscriptions stack up on your account, so you can buy several years’ worth and apply them all at once. After the first year is up, the next subscription will activate automatically.
PS Plus memberships are compatible with PS5, PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, as well as any future consoles.
After you make your purchase, you will get an e-mail right away on how to redeem your subscription. Just follow the steps and then you’re good to game.
Frequently Asked Questions About PlayStation Plus
Is PlayStation Plus Required for PlayStation Devices?
PS Plus is only required to play games online for PS5 and PS4 consoles. You can think of it as Sony’s version of Xbox Live Gold. While the subscription service is compatible with the PS3 and PS Vita, it is not required to enjoy online multiplayer with these consoles.
How Much Does PS Plus Cost?
A 12-month subscription usually costs $60. You also have the option of purchasing a membership and paying monthly for $9.99 or in 3-month increments at $24.99. But deals for 12-month subscriptions are pretty common occurrences on our Frontpage so if you know you’ll use it you should always opt for the largest increment possible.
The PlayStation Store also offers a free 14-day trial of the service if you just want to test the waters.
Does PS Plus Come With Access to Free Games?
Yes, indeed! The service offers its members two or more free games every month. These games can be downloaded to your PlayStation and are yours to keep for as long as you maintain your subscription. The freebies alone are valued way beyond the cost of the PS Plus subscription and is a huge perk of the program, especially if you’re the type of person who trades in games after you beat them.
When it comes to free video games, you might expect the offerings to be mediocre at best. Luckily, this isn’t the case for PS Plus—though the lineup typically features one tremendously awesome game and one okay title.
Take a look at some of the free games Sony offered subscribers in 2020:
What Other Benefits Come With PlayStation Plus?
Besides free games and online multiplayer, PS Plus memberships come with a load of perks. If you like to pick up games when they’re on sale, the subscription nets you some nice additional discounts, typically around 10% beyond the general sale price. As a member, you may also be invited to try out demos and betas for games that are in development.
For those looking to expand their PlayStation repertoire, the service also offers free one-day express shipping on future purchases of consoles, VR headsets, accessories and more.
Since the PS5 is able to play PS4 games, many gamers want the ability to access a single save file across multiple consoles. In service of this long-awaited feature, the PS Plus membership grants you access to 100GB of cloud storage. You can save your game data online and pick up at the same spot on whatever console you’re closest to.
Your PS+ subscription unlocks one of Sony’s latest gaming innovations, Share Play. This feature gives you and your friends a new way to collaborate on your favorite games. They can either spectate, team up with you or even take control of your game. The most exciting part of Share Play is your friends don’t need to own the game to be able to enjoy it with you online.
What’s the Difference Between PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus?
If you’ve ever gotten PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now confused, you’re not alone. In addition to having similar names, the two subscription services follow identical pricing structures. However, that’s where the similarities more or less stop.
PS Now allows you to stream on-demand or download content from Sony’s massive collection of over 800 titles. The library consists of blockbuster games or timeless classics from PS2, PS3 and PS4. The service also breaks the PlayStation boundary and allows you to access content with a Windows PC, as well.
Unless you are a super hardcore power gamer, subscribing to both services may feel a little unnecessary. While both memberships have their appeals, they really tailor to different kinds of players.
If you are more of a casual gamer who just wants to get lost in a good story during your downtime, then PS Now is more down your alley. But if you are the type of player who only cares about online matches, then PlayStation Plus is more aligned with your tendencies. Either way, your entertainment is guaranteed.
One word of warning: while Sony does let you download some games from the PS Now library, many are only available to stream. This means you can play instantly, but it also requires fast internet. While Sony doesn’t do a great job of advertising which games you can download, some fans on Reddit keep a pretty reliable list up to date.
Currently, the PlayStation Store offers a 7-day free trial of PS Now. So if you want to see if the service is for you (or if your internet can handle the squeeze) then just activate it via the website or through your PlayStation.
And in case you were wondering, a PlayStation Plus subscription is not required to play online multiplayer for PS Now titles.
While this current deal on PS Plus is just about at an all-time low, there is always a possibility for a deeper discount. If you don’t want to miss out on the next big sale, make sure to set up your notifications on our Deal Alert page.
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Let’s Sing ABBA: When Karaoke Meets Disco
Players have been asking us for years to include more ABBA in Let’s Sing. We listened and made a special edition that will satisfy all your wishes — but we didn’t stop at the songs.
When you think about pop music, there are a lot of artists that come to mind. Some are one-hit-wonders, others have one or two successful albums. And then there are the artists and bands that shaped the genre into what it is today with their songs being seared into collective consciousness. One of those bands is, without a doubt, ABBA.
So, if you think about, it really only made sense for us to honor one of the most successful and influential pop bands of all time with their own special entry into the Let’s Sing series. Everyone knows at least some of their songs, probably even by heart without even realizing it. And we have also been asked for years to include more ABBA into our games. So by popular demand, here it is: Let’s Sing ABBA!
Picking the songs for this edition was easy and hard at the same time, simply because there are just so many hits to choose from! A few were of course absolute no-brainers. From the first moment it was completely unthinkable not to include the likes of “Mamma Mia,” “Dancing Queen,” “Waterloo,” or “Super Trouper” in the playlist. From there on out, it was more of a question of “What don’t we include?”
A testament to that is the fact that we broke our own rules, at least a little bit: Usually, the international version of a Let’s Sing game includes 30 songs. However, Let’s Sing ABBA includes 31 — because we wanted to add a song from their newest album Voyage, which they released in 2021. So our karaoke players get 30 classic hits that take you right back to the era of platform shoes, flared pants and disco balls and one new hit, “I Still Have Faith In You.”
But we knew that we couldn’t stop there. To let people experience Let’s Sing the ABBA way with more than just the songs, we overhauled the interface and also the avatars to look a little bit more like the band members. Play long enough and you will unlock iconic outfits that are sure to give your next performance an additional boost of confidence.
Other than that, Let’s Sing ABBA comes with single and multiplayer modes, leaving no excuses for people not to join in. I you want to get a head start and practice on your own? We’ve got you covered. Want to get into a singing competition for the ages with some friends? Done. You’re looking for a special challenge? Our mixtape mode is definitely for you — no two playlists in this dynamically generated mode are the same.
We got a glimpse of the fact that we had made the right choice with Let’s Sing ABBA during gamescom: Even more people than we could have possibly hoped for stopped by to step into our karaoke box and belt out some disco tunes, also cramming more people in there than we thought possible. Needless to say, all of them were leaving with big smiles on their faces once they were done. Mission accomplished on our end. Thank you for the music so far and we can’t wait to see some great performances on social media!
Let’s Sing ABBA
After a 40-year break, ABBA is back! So why not perform some of the band’s biggest hits in your own living room to celebrate their triumphant return to the stage.
Travel back to the glory days with hits like “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!” and “Waterloo”. Get some friends together to party with “Dancing Queen”, the musical number “Mamma Mia” or rock out to “I Still Have Faith In You”, the lead track from their brand-new album.
• A strong playlist with 31 songs: 30 popular classics from the 70s and a new hitsong from the new album Voyage
• Dress up your Avatars in iconic ABBA outfits
• Seven exciting game modes: Legend, Classic, Mix Tape 2.0, Jukebox, Feat., World Contest and Let’s Party
• Perform the ABBA classics with your friends! With fours mics and 4 smartphones, up to eight players can join in on the fun in the Let’s Party mode.
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