£35 PlayStation PSN credit for £31.89 or £30.30 using Facebook 5% off code for liking page. @ CDKeys
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£35 PlayStation PSN credit for £31.89 or £30.30 using Facebook 5% off code for liking page. @ CDKeys

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Found 24th Oct
£35 PlayStation PSN credit for £31.89 or £30.30 using Facebook 5% off code for liking page.

Great deal even when Call Of Duty of Duty out next week so can save a few pennies! Best saving I’ve seen on PSN credit for a while!!

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Cdkeys is already a pretty well known thing on here. I tend to always use them when purchasing on psn

Not a bad deal at all, especially if it stacks with Quidco too for a little extra saving.

Been eyeing up CD keys credit since the new Dragon Ball FighterZ stuff has gone live on the PSN store, very tempting!!

DevilsNeverCry8 m ago

Not a bad deal at all, especially if it stacks with Quidco too for a …Not a bad deal at all, especially if it stacks with Quidco too for a little extra saving.Been eyeing up CD keys credit since the new Dragon Ball FighterZ stuff has gone live on the PSN store, very tempting!!


I don't think you can use both Facebook code and get cashback it'll get rejected

have they stopped selling the US ones?

Ordered! Can’t go wrong with a £5 freebie!

Thankyou just ordered

Great deal, just a shame that my cdkeys discount codes don't work anymore.

How do you get the Facebook discount code? What is it?

Cdkeys are good but I don't really use them much as FB codes stopped working and am not going to set-up another account just so codes work for little while.

ZACHSP811 h, 30 m ago

Cdkeys are good but I don't really use them much as FB codes stopped …Cdkeys are good but I don't really use them much as FB codes stopped working and am not going to set-up another account just so codes work for little while.


The Facebook codes are linked to the email address you use. Think they limit it to two uses?

If you have a gmail address, just sign up with the same address, but by adding a fullstop within the address.

E.g. firstlastname(at)gmail.com, firstlast.name(at)gmail.com and firstlast.na.me(at)gmail.com both go to the same address, yet websites (CDKeys) think you're someone new.
Edited by: "vCJv" 26th Oct
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