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PlayStation Wallet Top Up £50 - £43.27 // £25 Top Up - £21.81 @ Electronic First
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PlayStation Wallet Top Up £50 - £43.27 // £25 Top Up - £21.81 @ Electronic First

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Posted 7th Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Not quite as good as the CD Keys one posted on here the other day but still a great deal.

£50 Top Up for £43.27 inc. purchase fee.
£25 Top Up for £21.81 inc. purchase fee.

Digital Download via Email.

How to Redeem

1. Create your own Sony Entertainment Network account at eu.playstation.com/registration.

2. Sign in to PlayStation Store or our online store.

3. Select the “Redeem Codes” option (for PS Vita, first tap the Options icon at the foot of the screen).

4. Enter the 12 digit voucher code and then select “Continue”.

5. Follow the on-screen instructions to redeem your voucher code. Voucher codes are case-sensitive and must be entered exactly as displayed.
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9 Comments
Added payment fees to prices mate
@hotukdeals_team using this to get cheaper competition prizes?
BuzzDuraband07/04/2020 14:07

Added payment fees to prices mate


Forgot they have a purchase fee still great value mind!
Sorry if I'm being daft but is this just like buying a playstation gift card from the shop? Need to get one for a present, but would be easier (and cheaper!) to get online at the minute! Thanks
jammiejam2k6907/04/2020 15:58

https://www.cdkeys.com/playstation-network-psn/psn-cards/playstation-network-psn-card-50-gbp£42.99


Any purchase fees? Was more expensive than that when this was posted, great find.
GinaGlaves07/04/2020 15:12

Sorry if I'm being daft but is this just like buying a playstation gift …Sorry if I'm being daft but is this just like buying a playstation gift card from the shop? Need to get one for a present, but would be easier (and cheaper!) to get online at the minute! Thanks


Yes exactly the same except the code to redeem on the PlayStation store will be sent via email as opposed to getting an actual card
OLH07/04/2020 16:01

Yes exactly the same except the code to redeem on the PlayStation store …Yes exactly the same except the code to redeem on the PlayStation store will be sent via email as opposed to getting an actual card


Thank you!
It was actually £40.99 the other day and went up to £42.99 and stayed this price since, I normally use both these site depending on who is cheaper at the time
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