12 Months Playstation Plus for £36.99 - Possibly Mispriced Link - Read Description
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12 Months Playstation Plus for £36.99 - Possibly Mispriced Link - Read Description

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Found 28th Nov
Hey for those of you who may have missed out on subscribing to PS+ during black Friday on the cdkeys deal or the other electronic first deal, you can still get it for £36.99 if you click through this link.

If you go to the website normally or through the link below it says PS+ is available for £44.99 however when you click the item it removes £7 to make it £37.99 (not sure if deliberate or a mistake but there we go).

electronicfirst.com/?s=…lus

Additionally if you click through the link in the description it will show up as if Black Friday/Cyber Monday is still on and it is available for £36.99 and still in stock (unlike the Xbox Live codes from the link).

electronicfirst.com/ef-…le/

So anyone who hasn't topped up or just missed seeing the deals over the weekend should hurry up because I am sure they will notice this soon and put the price back up. Good luck.

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Awesome. Cheers, @Bergy10 . Looks like a fantastic price at the moment. Heat added
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 28th Nov

Probably the worst buying experience from any company I have ever had, with the possible exception of Elephone. When you purchase all is fine then they email you asking for a picture of a recent letter with your address on it and your phone number to prove your identity or they will not send the codes. After I did that twice you get your codes on an email. If you open the attachments all you get is gibberish, you have to right click and preview to get the picture of the code. How do other companies manage ? It wasn't worth the fiver I saved with not buying off Cdkeys.

palmlots52 m ago

Probably the worst buying experience from any company I have ever had, …Probably the worst buying experience from any company I have ever had, with the possible exception of Elephone. When you purchase all is fine then they email you asking for a picture of a recent letter with your address on it and your phone number to prove your identity or they will not send the codes. After I did that twice you get your codes on an email. If you open the attachments all you get is gibberish, you have to right click and preview to get the picture of the code. How do other companies manage ? It wasn't worth the fiver I saved with not buying off Cdkeys.

I checked on that it says not available

palmlots1 h, 12 m ago

Probably the worst buying experience from any company I have ever had, …Probably the worst buying experience from any company I have ever had, with the possible exception of Elephone. When you purchase all is fine then they email you asking for a picture of a recent letter with your address on it and your phone number to prove your identity or they will not send the codes. After I did that twice you get your codes on an email. If you open the attachments all you get is gibberish, you have to right click and preview to get the picture of the code. How do other companies manage ? It wasn't worth the fiver I saved with not buying off Cdkeys.


But when someone hacks into your account on cdkeys and buys 6 x £50 steam top ups using your PayPal account plus attempting to buy even more. Then cdkeys and PayPal say your account was not deemed to be used by an unauthorised person. Tough! You ain't getting your money back. These checks are worth every bit of time. PayPal won't help if you have been scammed in any way.
Good deal op BTW. Thx as I'm not using cdkeys again.

Oo

wilchy15 m ago

But when someone hacks into your account on cdkeys and buys 6 x £50 steam …But when someone hacks into your account on cdkeys and buys 6 x £50 steam top ups using your PayPal account plus attempting to buy even more. Then cdkeys and PayPal say your account was not deemed to be used by an unauthorised person. Tough! You ain't getting your money back. These checks are worth every bit of time. PayPal won't help if you have been scammed in any way. Good deal op BTW. Thx as I'm not using cdkeys again.


So someone was able to crack both your CDKeys password AND your PayPal password, as well as the two step verification on your PayPal account?

hippo9952 m ago

So someone was able to crack both your CDKeys password AND your PayPal …So someone was able to crack both your CDKeys password AND your PayPal password, as well as the two step verification on your PayPal account?


Well unfortunately two step verification on paypal wasnt activavted as i didnt know it existed. But its setup now. Plus I cant remember if paypal is setup automatically as in 'quick' checkout for cdkeys. The hacker got into my google account, added all things to do with payapal, cdkeys plus a few other accounts to the trash so I never saw any transactions happen. Even my gmail security 'attempted login' message was removed very quickly so I never saw this until way after everything took place. So unfortunately im £280 down. Luckily I had bought a nest cam from a deal on here a while ago and captured me doing a spot of gaming on xbox and VR. The hacker was very sneaky and I have no idea how my gmail password was found out as its a very unique password and is nothing like any of my 'regular' passwords!

wilchy46 m ago

Well unfortunately two step verification on paypal wasnt activavted as i …Well unfortunately two step verification on paypal wasnt activavted as i didnt know it existed. But its setup now. Plus I cant remember if paypal is setup automatically as in 'quick' checkout for cdkeys. The hacker got into my google account, added all things to do with payapal, cdkeys plus a few other accounts to the trash so I never saw any transactions happen. Even my gmail security 'attempted login' message was removed very quickly so I never saw this until way after everything took place. So unfortunately im £280 down. Luckily I had bought a nest cam from a deal on here a while ago and captured me doing a spot of gaming on xbox and VR. The hacker was very sneaky and I have no idea how my gmail password was found out as its a very unique password and is nothing like any of my 'regular' passwords!


Hacked your nest cam and watched you type it in?

It was £37.50 on psn. (Might be over now, not checked)

Magoo_22243 m ago

Hacked your nest cam and watched you type it in?


I wouldn't have thought so? I have my pc running on my 65' TV and use one of those tiny wireless keyboard and touchpad controllers. Hopefully the ombudsman can help me get my money back.

It says sold out for me..... thanks tho.

Thanks this will be a good gift

Thank you, just bought a PS4 for the kids, so a great add on pressie
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