Playstation Network Card - £35 (PS Vita/PS3/PS4) £30.30 (Using Code) @ CDKeys
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Playstation Network Card - £35 (PS Vita/PS3/PS4) £30.30 (Using Code) @ CDKeys

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Found 27th Feb
*** Make sure you're logged into your cdkeys account in order for the code to work.

5% Discount code (In order to get the latest code, make sure you press Shift+F5 first to refresh the photo below):

https://www.cdkeys.com/facebook-coupon/

or Use this Link to get the discount code

Also £50 credit for £43.69

Thanks goes to mixmixi (as I found his deal that is over 2 weeks old)

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Are we gonna get one of these every 2 weeks now then, are we? X)

Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you £20 PSN credit for £10-11: hotukdeals.com/dea…487

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djmackie2000

Thanks goes to mixmixi (as I found his deal that is over 2 weeks old)



Reposts are fine after 4 weeks.

Original Poster

chunk3rvd

Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you … Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you £20 PSN credit for £10-11: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/possible-free-30-o2-pay-go-sim-10-top-up-required-2181487



that was posted nearly 2 year ago. are O2 still doing that deal....

chunk3rvd

Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you … Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you £20 PSN credit for £10-11: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/possible-free-30-o2-pay-go-sim-10-top-up-required-2181487



Amazing discount if it works but very convoluted process and lots of potential for it to go wrong. I've only read between the lines as I'm not going to attempt it, so apologies if I'm wrong, but seems it hinges on O2 contacting you with a £20 bonus top up offer, which could well be revoked at any time, and if you are the unlucky sap that orders just as they pull it you are stuck with £10 of your cash stuck on a sim card you don't want...

Build them up and wait for some good psn deals now

chunk3rvd

Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you … Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you £20 PSN credit for £10-11: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/possible-free-30-o2-pay-go-sim-10-top-up-required-2181487



​Thank you for nothing.

I topped up £50 to get this almost free

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/plants-vs-zombies-garden-warfare-2-ps4-7-99-ps-store-uk-2622904

great to have a wallet of cash for the good deals!!

I'm going to have to renew my PS+ some time soon, would doing this deal be the cheapest way for me to do that? Is £50 the maximum also?

Ben5k

I'm going to have to renew my PS+ some time soon, would doing this deal … I'm going to have to renew my PS+ some time soon, would doing this deal be the cheapest way for me to do that? Is £50 the maximum also?



It depends if you want to buy games too.

You can normally pick up a renewal code alone for about £35, a quick Google shows this deal for £34.85
http://www.electronicfirst.com/playstation-plus/playstation-plus-1-year-membership/?gclid=CjwKEAiAuc_FBRD7_JCM3NSY92wSJABbVoxB5UtEmJ-lKpbseIynRUMU2kqkODW2uUCerX3b4etlexoCR2vw_wcB

The full price of a 12 month membership is £39.99 so you would save around £5

If you bought top up vouchers you would need to pay the full amount to renew through the store so;
£50 voucher would give you £10 in your account on top to spend on games and save you about £7
2 x £30 vouchers would give you £20 in your account for games and save you about £10

Basically spending more gives you slightly better value each time, but you need to spend the money in the store where you might not necessarily get better prices than buying a physical copy of a game.

People dismissing the expired O2 deal I posted are just not reading properly. Read the top rated comments to see more recent instructions that still work. Also eligible for £5 Quidco/TCB so you actually get £20 of credit for £5 after cashback. Just used it to renew my PS+ last month. £10 for 1 year!

djmackie2000

that was posted nearly 2 year ago. are O2 still doing that deal....



They've changed the deal. It's only £10 free now but it's still £20 credit for £10 (see my post above)

Yeah it doesn't seem worth it to me if I'm using it to renew PS+ Thanks for breaking it down though.

What with Horizon, Mass Effect and Injustice on the way, this is still a good deal though so voted hot regardless.

ST3123

Amazing discount if it works but very convoluted process and lots of … Amazing discount if it works but very convoluted process and lots of potential for it to go wrong. I've only read between the lines as I'm not going to attempt it, so apologies if I'm wrong, but seems it hinges on O2 contacting you with a £20 bonus top up offer, which could well be revoked at any time, and if you are the unlucky sap that orders just as they pull it you are stuck with £10 of your cash stuck on a sim card you don't want...



Nope. Not how it works. They send you the sim with the £10 offer written on the package. You will never be in a situation where you have £10 stuck on a sim if you follow the more recent updated instructions

Ben5k

I'm going to have to renew my PS+ some time soon, would doing this deal … I'm going to have to renew my PS+ some time soon, would doing this deal be the cheapest way for me to do that? Is £50 the maximum also?


buying PS+ through PSN is still £40 so you should be able to find direct deals for PS+ cheaper than buying the credit first, from memory I think getting PS+ from cd keys is roughly about the same saving as getting £50 PSN credit there, but by going down that path you don't save anything on the additional £10 once you buy PS+

Begize

It depends if you want to buy games too.You can normally pick up a … It depends if you want to buy games too.You can normally pick up a renewal code alone for about £35, a quick Google shows this deal for £34.85http://www.electronicfirst.com/playstation-plus/playstation-plus-1-year-membership/?gclid=CjwKEAiAuc_FBRD7_JCM3NSY92wSJABbVoxB5UtEmJ-lKpbseIynRUMU2kqkODW2uUCerX3b4etlexoCR2vw_wcBThe full price of a 12 month membership is £39.99 so you would save around £5If you bought top up vouchers you would need to pay the full amount to renew through the store so;£50 voucher would give you £10 in your account on top to spend on games and save you about £72 x £30 vouchers would give you £20 in your account for games and save you about £10Basically spending more gives you slightly better value each time, but you need to spend the money in the store where you might not necessarily get better prices than buying a physical copy of a game.



Cheapest way to get PS+ using just cdkeys is to buy a year of PS+ through cdkeys using the 5% discount code, if you need PSN credit in addition you would still save more to buy PS+ separately through cdkeys then to buy the credit and spend £40 of it on a subscription through PSN.
The biggest discount on PSN credit is to buy the £50 option of course, if you then use that to buy a year of PS+ all the discount you have saved would be used on that and then you have £10 credit remaining with no discount. Buying 2x30 vouchers is less cost effective to get PSN credit regardless of how you are spending it anyway but you would still have the same issue with any discount you make for the credit all goes directly to PS+ with little no discount on what remains when you can get the same discount on buying PS+ alone without having excess credit

Yeah so surely if I buy PS+ for £35 elsewhere, than I'd be maximising my savings on a PSN card via CDKEYS?

Love the way all these games start coming out when my PSN is close to running out.

ST3123

Amazing discount if it works but very convoluted process and lots of … Amazing discount if it works but very convoluted process and lots of potential for it to go wrong. I've only read between the lines as I'm not going to attempt it, so apologies if I'm wrong, but seems it hinges on O2 contacting you with a £20 bonus top up offer, which could well be revoked at any time, and if you are the unlucky sap that orders just as they pull it you are stuck with £10 of your cash stuck on a sim card you don't want...



Still works. Used it quite a few times. Makes these cdkeys deals seem rubbish.

chunk3rvd

Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you … Still nowhere near as cheap as abusing O2 Pay & Go sims which can get you £20 PSN credit for £10-11: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/possible-free-30-o2-pay-go-sim-10-top-up-required-2181487



I hope you aren't actually abusing the offer? As in, ordering loads of SIMs in too short a space of time? I suspect that's what made them drop it from £20 to £10.

Tried using the code, says code not valid?

Original Poster

Al18

Tried using the code, says code not valid?



try this link: app.statichtmlapp.com/tab…ped

make sure you have an account for CDkeys and are logged in add the vouchers you want then click on the link (as the codes changes all the time.)
Edited by: "djmackie2000" 6th Mar

djmackie2000

try this link: … try this link: https://app.statichtmlapp.com/tab/2587655/visitor/148867658594834/wrappedmake sure you have an account for CDkeys and are logged in add the vouchers you want then click on the link (as the codes changes all the time.)



Must you be logged in first? Because I'm not logged in, just added it to basket and before the checkout page lets you enter a code and it always gives me an error

Two uses per customer but applies to the first item only? So i could do this twice but at different times to get £70 psn credit for £60?

This along with the free £10 PSN credit Sony will give in April can make some games very cheap essensially discounting £20 off any game on PS Store. So I'm buying Crash Bandicoot collection and another game and people say physical is better. Lol.
Edited by: "darkspace100" 8th Mar

Original Poster

Ben5k

Two uses per customer but applies to the first item only? So i could do … Two uses per customer but applies to the first item only? So i could do this twice but at different times to get £70 psn credit for £60?


I got a £50 and £30 credit in the same basket and the code was applied to both items. i think if you buy 2x50 in the same basket it only takes off the discount for 1x£50
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