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(PSN) PlayStation Network Card £20 @ £15.90 for PS3 and PSP + 1% Quidco @ 7dayshop

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Easily add funds to your PlayStation Network wallet without the need for a credit card. Launching in £20 and £50 denominations, PlayStation Network Cards are a great way to add credit easily to you… Read More
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Easily add funds to your PlayStation Network wallet without the need for a credit card.

Launching in £20 and £50 denominations, PlayStation Network Cards are a great way to add credit easily to your PlayStation Network wallet. Simply purchase a PlayStation Network Card, enter the 12 digit code and start treating yourself to some great downloadable content.

Then you're free to purchase PlayStation 3 and PSP content from PlayStation Store, a range of items within PlayStation Home and even songs from the SingStore.

With all of the great content available, PlayStation Network cards make a great gift for family or friends.

EDIT: 09/09/09
Updated price, thanks ACE
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hey guys, found the deal this morning,

u also get 1% quido which i forgot to put down

think its a pre-order. Wanted to put this up to get feedback from the store as i've never purchased it before but it seems a good deal to me
#2
good find. looks like cheapest out there for the £20 card. maybe stick the price in the title, that should attract attention!
#3
Any idea if its digital delivery, and when they might have stock, or when this launches? I need to buy a game before the 9th september (as its on offer).

Basically a 15% saving on PSN products which is pretty hot in itself, plus 1% cashback from quidco
#4
I've never used the site before but it's a good price.
#5
Ordered and heat added good spot, didn't even know they had these out at all.... I've already spent nearly £100 on stuff thanks to SingStar and games so just ordered 5 of them haha
#6
Amazon its £18.99 an supplied by same shop i think - voted hot thanks
#7
Good find, just bought one and only got charged £16.98 :)
#8
good find
#9
1.5% topcashback as well.
#10
Damn good find.....just wish they accepted paypal.
Also to buy the card you need a credit card and a mean reason to buy psn cards is to "Easily add funds to your PlayStation Network wallet without the need for a credit card." lol :)
#11
great deal
#12
haha this is essentially just free money

hot
#13
i've used 7dayshop quite a few times. It can take upto 7 days for things by post but worth it for all the savings. cheapest for xbox live points atm too :)
nice find thanks.
#14
Shocksystem93
haha this is essentially just free money


:?
#15
I wished this was posted before I bought fat princess, shatter and wipeout fury in the same week.

heat++;
#16
The JFK
:?


basically paying £17 for £20 if you get what I mean
#17
Shocksystem93
basically paying £17 for £20 if you get what I mean


Or put it another way...a free copy of PixelJunk Monsters.

Ordered my card...in preparation for the Uncharted 2 DLC.
#18
its basically what u cud do with xbox live points but now i may be half inticed to buy a PSN game now
#19
shadowdogg
its basically what u cud do with xbox live points but now i may be half inticed to buy a PSN game now


Exactly but psn games can be game shared which can lead to discounts of 80% +:thumbsup:
#20
how much do games cost? (eg Fat Princess and WipEout?)
#21
Fat princess is £11.99 and wipeout is £11.99
#22
Brilliant deals. Thanks.
#23
electriclinux
Exactly but psn games can be game shared which can lead to discounts of 80% +:thumbsup:


shame i dont have a game sharer:x
banned#24
How do you share PSN games?
#25
jayteecork
How do you share PSN games?


Entrust somebody with your PSN ID and password (and credit card details associated with your account!) then have them log in to their own console as you, and download what games they want from your transaction history.

Very dodgy if you ask me! Because: a) the person you entrust with these details could buy more content on your credit card, via the PSN store; b) legally it's probably dodgy sharing the games anyway since you're only buying one license for it (yes, yes, the license covers use on more than one console but this is intended for people who change their console for another one).
#26
reakt
Entrust somebody with your PSN ID and password (and credit card details associated with your account!) then have them log in to their own console as you, and download what games they want from your transaction history.

Very dodgy if you ask me! Because: a) the person you entrust with these details could buy more content on your credit card, via the PSN store; b) legally it's probably dodgy sharing the games anyway since you're only buying one license for it (yes, yes, the license covers use on more than one console but this is intended for people who change their console for another one).


You can remove your card details before you share your details and create sub accounts so your not giving your main details out, however I still wouldn't do it. Just kinda rips developers off and less likely to make games in the future. Its also frowned upon by Sony.
#27
reakt
Entrust somebody with your PSN ID and password (and credit card details associated with your account!) then have them log in to their own console as you, and download what games they want from your transaction history.

Very dodgy if you ask me! Because: a) the person you entrust with these details could buy more content on your credit card, via the PSN store; b) legally it's probably dodgy sharing the games anyway since you're only buying one license for it (yes, yes, the license covers use on more than one console but this is intended for people who change their console for another one).


SimbaK2K
You can remove your card details before you share your details and create sub accounts so your not giving your main details out, however I still wouldn't do it. Just kinda rips developers off and less likely to make games in the future. Its also frowned upon by Sony.



As I've mentioned before (and earlier)...

The terms of purchase for many (but not all) titles on the PlayStation Store do state "One time fee for use of downloads on up to 5 activated PS3™ systems", however...

Here is a previous listing where I raised concerns over dealing in PlayStation Network accounts:

"EXPIRED - FOR Trade: PS3 PSN Games"

Note that sigma (Margerator) closed the thread prematurely.

I will also add that once somebody has control over your PlayStation Network Id they can change the associated e-mail address, create sub-accounts off the master account, reset the e-mail address & hand back control to you.

Unless you specifically look for this activity the first you will know about it is when the sub-account is created & associated on another PS3 console & (if a monthly spending limit has not been imposed on the sub-account) you receive an e-mail informing you that a charge has been made to your credit card for activity on the account.

Your pre-loaded wallet balance can be empty very quickly, and if you have requested "automatic top-up" of wallet funds then your entire credit card balance is at risk.

PS. Checking the trading rules...

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4) It should go without saying, NO prohibited, classified or illegal items. This includes fake/counterfeit goods, copied media, ANY console cards 'TTDS', 'DSTT' or 'Pandora' batteries etc., cable TV boxes 'NTL' or 'Virgin Media' etc., money swapping' such as bank transfers of £xx paid in to others PayPal account for £xx amount, Google Adwords, group specific discount codes such as 'student card numbers' for example, weapons of any kind, alcohol, tobacco products or illegal substances, gaming accounts such as 'Steam' which are non transferable and any similar trades will be expired and closed.
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Be safe out there... In (cyber)Space no-one can here you scream...

BFN,

fp.

[EDIT]:
PS. And another option to reakt's list:

If the party you "share" with doesn't give you your account back you have lost all your Trophies & any eligibility to promotional offers (and beta test trials) associated with your PlayStation Network account.
#28
reakt

(yes, yes, the license covers use on more than one console but this is intended for people who change their console for another one).


I doubt Sony did it for this purpose. If so, they would be admitting that customers would be needing to change their console 5 times like 360 users.
#29
so how does this work.

does it work the same way as steam.
#30
John87
so how does this work.

does it work the same way as steam.


At present you can "pre-load" your virtual PlayStation Network Wallet with funds from a credit or debit card to purchase items from the PlayStation Store.

The PlayStation Network Cards allow you to purchase a "voucher code" relating to a specific value of pounds sterling for redemption on the PlayStation Network (just like buying a £15 iTunes Card & then typing the code on the reverse of the card into your iTunes profile account page to credit your account accordingly).

That is, you can now pay by cash, cheque, or any method not previously accepted by the PlayStation Network Wallet payment facility.

Note: Any funds applied to your PlayStation Network Wallet cannot be refunded later (whether you paid by credit/debit card or with these PlayStation Network Cards).

BFN,

fp.
#31
electriclinux
Damn good find.....just wish they accepted paypal.
Also to buy the card you need a credit card and a mean reason to buy psn cards is to "Easily add funds to your PlayStation Network wallet without the need for a credit card." lol :)


You can use Paypal if you buy at Shopto - £17.85 there - http://www.shopto.net/PS3/GAMES/PS320INSTANT-PlayStation%20Network%20Card%20%A320%20Instant%20Code.html

I've ordered from 7dayshop myself though - cheers OP:thumbsup:
#32
fanpages
At present you can "pre-load" your virtual PlayStation Network Wallet with funds from a credit or debit card to purchase items from the PlayStation Store.

The PlayStation Network Cards allow you to purchase a "voucher code" relating to a specific value of pounds sterling for redemption on the PlayStation Network (just like buying a £15 iTunes Card & then typing the code on the reverse of the card into your iTunes profile account page to credit your account accordingly).

That is, you can now pay by cash, cheque, or any method not previously accepted by the PlayStation Network Wallet payment facility.

Note: Any funds applied to your PlayStation Network Wallet cannot be refunded later (whether you paid by credit/debit card or with these PlayStation Network Cards).

BFN,

fp.

great, thanks for info. :thumbsup:

i hope the games will be cheaper, should be.
#33
electriclinux
Damn good find.....just wish they accepted paypal.
Also to buy the card you need a credit card and a mean reason to buy psn cards is to "Easily add funds to your PlayStation Network wallet without the need for a credit card." lol :)


dancrawley
You can use Paypal if you buy at Shopto - £17.85 there - http://www.shopto.net/PS3/GAMES/PS320INSTANT-PlayStation%20Network%20Card%20%A320%20Instant%20Code.html

I've ordered from 7dayshop myself though - cheers OP:thumbsup:


From the day of release you will find high street (video game/entertainment) retailers selling PlayStation Network Cards over the counter.

You can then opt to purchase the Cards by a method other than using a credit card. Particularly useful for presents, or for kids who wish to use their pocket money to buy items from the PlayStation Store.

BFN,

fp.

EDIT: Changed first word from "On" to "From" for clarity.
#34
dancrawley
You can use Paypal if you buy at Shopto - £17.85 there - http://www.shopto.net/PS3/GAMES/PS320INSTANT-PlayStation%20Network%20Card%20%A320%20Instant%20Code.html

I've ordered from 7dayshop myself though - cheers OP:thumbsup:


You might want to do a tiny bit of research on the person posting. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/472323/playstation-network-card-20-instant. I made that deal:roll:
#35
The day is almost nearing now. I was waiting for PSN Cards to launch in UK and EU.

Guess who owns the following domain names:

psncard.com
psncard.co.uk
psncards.com
psncards.co.uk

OHHH YES!
#36
sho_me_da_money;6230703
The day is almost nearing now. I was waiting for PSN Cards to launch in UK and EU.

Guess who owns the following domain names:

psncard.com
psncard.co.uk

psncards.com
psncards.co.uk

OHHH YES!

lol wot.

You think some company is gonna buy them off you.. you mad?

can easily buy psninstantcards.com or somthing.

many different combinations..

move along.. nothing to see here..
#37
t0mm
lol wot.

You think some company is gonna buy them off you.. you mad?

can easily buy psninstantcards.com or somthing.

many different combinations..

move along.. nothing to see here..


Ive already had offers from the day I bought the domains (about a year ago)

Its like saying "iphone.com" couldve been something like "appleiphone.com" but that didnt happen. What actually happened is Apple bought the domain iphone.com offa someone for an undisclosed 6 figure sum.

Now im not saying that what I have is worth that amount.....YET.

The term PSN is already and will be the future of all Sony network products - in PS3, PS4, PS5 and so on. And the term "PSNCARD" is slowly becoming and will become the most branded associated name for Sony's Playstation Network Cards.

I bought these domain names as soon as Sony released the press release for their debut in Japan.

Now I may not make jack all from those names but there are other profitable angles to consider - how about starting a business selling PSN cards online!? - I'll automatically be number 1 in all Google searches every time.

OHHHH YEEAA!!
#38
Go Jayraj :thumbsup:
#39
worldchangin
Go Jayraj :thumbsup:


Haha thanks.

Spotted then opportunity. Time will tell if it was worth it.
#40
sho_me_da_money


Now I may not make jack all from those names but there are other profitable angles to consider - how about starting a business selling PSN cards online!? - I'll automatically be number 1 in all Google searches every time.

OHHHH YEEAA!!


im not sure u understand about domains and google rankings, but u wont automatically be number 1 at all. The complete opposite probably

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