PlayStation Plus 1-Year Subscription Majorly Discounted After Black Friday

Black Friday may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that the deals on PlayStation Plus [...]

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Black Friday may have come and gone, but that doesn't mean that the deals on PlayStation Plus subscriptions are gone just yet.

Throughout Black Friday and the week leading up to it, PlayStation Plus subscriptions started going on sale. If you loaded up on food during Thanksgiving and slept right through all the Black Friday savings, you still have a chance to grab a year-long PlayStation Plus subscription through Amazon for just $40.

That price will net you all of the many perks that PlayStation Plus offers for a fraction of the price that it'll normally cost you. Twelve months of PlayStation Plus – that's 12 months of multiplayer, free games, and special discounts – usually costs $60, so you'll be saving a third of the cost. You can turn right around with those savings and put it into a new game that you could still almost certainly find with leftover Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday discounts quickly approaching.

With most games requiring PlayStation Plus to play online now, most players likely already have some version of the subscription. The three-month subscription from Amazon costs $25, so to put it in perspective, you're getting three times as much as that length for just $15 more. But if you don't have a subscription yet, here are some of the perks that you're missing out on:

  • 12 Months – Play All Year Long
  • Enables online multiplayer on PS4, so you can play games online with friends
  • FREE PlayStation 4 games every month
  • Access to exclusive PlayStation Store sales and discounts

The deals are still here but likely won't last much longer, so get the 12-month subscription from Amazon while you still can.