Get $15 credit for spending $100 at PlayStation US PSN Store
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Get $15 credit for spending $100 at PlayStation US PSN Store

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Found 27th Feb
Spend $100 between 27/02 and 06/03 and receive $15 credit promotion code.

Clearly, will only benefit those who have an existing US PSN account (or those willing/able/capable of opening one) and are likely to spend at least $100 in games during that timeframe.

This would require roughly a spend of £70 to benefit.

At today’s exchange rate it’s the equivalent of receiving £10.76 back in credit.

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If you just wait a month or two a £70 stack of games would reduce by about the discount you’d get
Would 2 years Plus membership qualify? That won't depreciate
...or 1 year Plus and a stack of games that have Plus discounts...?
Edited by: "BubaMan" 27th Feb
shak46 m ago

If you just wait a month or two a £70 stack of games would reduce by about …If you just wait a month or two a £70 stack of games would reduce by about the discount you’d get


You could also get a load of games that have reached rock bottom prices eg. BF1 Ultimate Edition.
This isn't for everyone but it will clearly benefit those who do use US PSN. It's a pity they'll be less likely to see this because of the cold votes.
I don't get US email alerts for some reason so I would've missed this if I didn't happen to check the new deals.
Can the cold voters give a reason for the chillness?
copperspock44 m ago

This isn't for everyone but it will clearly benefit those who do use US …This isn't for everyone but it will clearly benefit those who do use US PSN. It's a pity they'll be less likely to see this because of the cold votes.I don't get US email alerts for some reason so I would've missed this if I didn't happen to check the new deals. Can the cold voters give a reason for the chillness?

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copperspock54 m ago

This isn't for everyone but it will clearly benefit those who do use US …This isn't for everyone but it will clearly benefit those who do use US PSN. It's a pity they'll be less likely to see this because of the cold votes.I don't get US email alerts for some reason so I would've missed this if I didn't happen to check the new deals. Can the cold voters give a reason for the chillness?


The problem with this site is people can’t see a saving if kicked them in the nuts.

For a deal to be hot it has to meet one of a few specific criteria.
1) Be priced in Sterling, making use of £, because this is a UK site.
2) Make use of a glitch at 2am when site content is updating, resulting in a purchase that could technically be against TOCs and later cancelled.
3) Be available in the clearance sections of ASDA and Tesco, but only in specific stores.
4) Involve opening an unnecessary credit account with Very, which will leave a footprint on your credit file.
5) To be continued
Edited by: "joeydeacon" 27th Feb
joeydeacon4 m ago

The problem with this site is people can’t see a saving if kicked them in t …The problem with this site is people can’t see a saving if kicked them in the nuts.For a deal to be hot it has to meet one of a few specific criteria.1) Be priced in Sterling, making use of £, because this is a UK site.2) Make use of a glitch at 2am when site content is updating, resulting in a purchase that could technically be against TOCs and later cancelled.3) Be available in the clearance sections of ASDA and Tesco, but only in specific stores.4) Involve opening an unnecessary credit account with Very, which will leave a footprint on your credit file.5) To be continued


Nah it's just that this is HotUKDeals not HotUSADeals or HotIndinesianDeals. By the logic of this site allowing these days I'll post various deals with International delivery and import charges that's still cheaper.
joeydeacon9 m ago

The problem with this site is people can’t see a saving if kicked them in t …The problem with this site is people can’t see a saving if kicked them in the nuts.For a deal to be hot it has to meet one of a few specific criteria.1) Be priced in Sterling, making use of £, because this is a UK site.2) Make use of a glitch at 2am when site content is updating, resulting in a purchase that could technically be against TOCs and later cancelled.3) Be available in the clearance sections of ASDA and Tesco, but only in specific stores.4) Involve opening an unnecessary credit account with Very, which will leave a footprint on your credit file.5) To be continued


Yeah going by comments on previous foreign PSN deals, I think there are at least some voting cold who'd say 'HUKD, not HUSD'.
Lol posted without seeing above :).
Edited by: "copperspock" 27th Feb
kford198420 m ago

Nah it's just that this is HotUKDeals not HotUSADeals or …Nah it's just that this is HotUKDeals not HotUSADeals or HotIndinesianDeals. By the logic of this site allowing these days I'll post various deals with International delivery and import charges that's still cheaper.



People, including HUKD Mods/Editors, do so all the time e.g. Amazon Germany, Amazon Italy, Amazon US...

Heck, there's a Hong Kong-based deal going hot right now for a Nintendo Switch.

I guess you hate taking advantage of the exchange rate when you're abroad, too. 'I'd better not buy that, it's more expensive back home.' Theresa May would be so proud.
silvercondor8 h, 15 m ago

People, including HUKD Mods/Editors, do so all the time e.g. Amazon …People, including HUKD Mods/Editors, do so all the time e.g. Amazon Germany, Amazon Italy, Amazon US...Heck, there's a Hong Kong-based deal going hot right now for a Nintendo Switch.I guess you hate taking advantage of the exchange rate when you're abroad, too. 'I'd better not buy that, it's more expensive back home.' Theresa May would be so proud.


I don't go abroad. Can't fly due to my health problems. Never been abroad in my life so your point is not valid
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