PSN Top Ups £21.94 for £25.00, £30.97 for £35.00 and £43.99 for £50.00 @ Electronic First
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PSN Top Ups £21.94 for £25.00, £30.97 for £35.00 and £43.99 for £50.00 @ Electronic First

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Found 30th Jul
The "get deal" link will take you to the main PSN page. All cards showing in stock at time of posting.

Might be useful for those making use of the summer sale or just wanting to save some money in your wallet.

12% off all prices and can pay by card or PayPal.

Used the site plenty. Never any issues.

Additional thanks to copperspock you'll find the 35 quid card still in stock for cheaper on the sales page.

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The in-stock cards are cheaper on the weekly sale page. Eg. £50 PSN credit is £42.99

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Never used electronic first before...anybody had any problems with them?
bleachedsmiles30th Jul

Never used electronic first before...anybody had any problems with them?


Reviews I've read they seem really good
Sorry, accidentally voted cold. Heat 🔥
I use them a lot. No issues at all.
bleachedsmiles1 h, 5 m ago

Never used electronic first before...anybody had any problems with them?


No problem with them, bought 12 months xbl 2 years ago and £50 ps top up recently. Received the code in less than 10 minutes.
The in-stock cards are cheaper on the weekly sale page. Eg. £50 PSN credit is £42.99

electronicfirst.com/ef-…le/
I use these or CD keys depending on sales. No problems with either
copperspock6 h, 54 m ago

The in-stock cards are cheaper on the weekly sale page. Eg. £50 PSN credit …The in-stock cards are cheaper on the weekly sale page. Eg. £50 PSN credit is £42.99https://www.electronicfirst.com/ef-weekly-sale/


That's annoying as I ended up giving them a go and went for the £50 card for £43.99. Why they have the same things at two different price points on their page I don't know. Came no problem...just took about 10 mins to come, where as cdkeys is usually instant.
Edited by: "bleachedsmiles" 31st Jul
Nice one, just renewed my PS Plus membership for a year 👌
Want to say I've never had issues with them until yesterday, ordered a code which didn't work. Told me to speak to Xbox which I did and they confirmed the code had been redeemed on a different account and now they're saying they can't do anything about it.
Ordered and took about 10 mins for delivery.

£7 saved on my son's Fortnite habit. It's like getting a discount on your crack rocks.
copperspock5 h, 48 m ago

The in-stock cards are cheaper on the weekly sale page. Eg. £50 PSN credit …The in-stock cards are cheaper on the weekly sale page. Eg. £50 PSN credit is £42.99https://www.electronicfirst.com/ef-weekly-sale/


Nice find. At the moment I only see 35 available via the sales page.
bleachedsmiles13 h, 26 m ago

Never used electronic first before...anybody had any problems with them?


Yes. The game pass code they told me tops up was for new members only

My xbox credit bought wasn't a valid code. I would avoid. Try cd keys
They've emailed to ask for address verification when I paid with paypal. That was 30 mins ago.
redtom2 h, 14 m ago

They've emailed to ask for address verification when I paid with paypal. …They've emailed to ask for address verification when I paid with paypal. That was 30 mins ago.


Did you use a different email to the one linked in PayPal for delivery? If so that's your issue. If not I'm not sure. Their customer support is always decent.
Edited by: "hovis5818" 31st Jul
Used and worked perfectly thanks.
Ugh I just used a different email from my paypal without reading the rest of the thread.
All good thanks.
I never get why these guys deals get so hot when CD keys are normally the same price or cheaper.
Has anyone done the math on which card is actually the best value?
cold i,m afraid the deal itself is great but the company i tried to buy 3 top up cards for my son they took my money then emailed me asking for a clear picture of my face along with a photo id next to it never been asked for that before got to be dodgy surely.
I agree with @russthebus here - the company ask for verification of the account including needed phone number, address and ID - seems like a scam to get data or identity theft. With GDPR - I wonder how they operate!
Edited by: "philw101" 1st Aug
Strange as I’ve never needed to verify ID ever.
Made several purchases and never had to confirm ID. Many many reviews on Facebook and Trust Pilot that are positive.

I'm sorry you've had a less than positive experience.
Ordered 10-15 minutes ago, no code delivered as of yet. Wish I'd stuck with cdkeys 😩
Rossmor4031st Jul

I never get why these guys deals get so hot when CD keys are normally the …I never get why these guys deals get so hot when CD keys are normally the same price or cheaper.


Not at the moment they're not.
Funkoid8 h, 33 m ago

Ordered 10-15 minutes ago, no code delivered as of yet. Wish I'd stuck …Ordered 10-15 minutes ago, no code delivered as of yet. Wish I'd stuck with cdkeys 😩


I’m awaiting it aswell for 20 mins
Nighthawk8 h, 30 m ago

Not at the moment they're not.



It’s £30.30 for £35 at CD Keys so that seems a similar price to me and £42.74 for a £50 card.
Edited by: "Rossmor40" 2nd Aug
Came through eventually but took what felt like an age
Rossmor4012 h, 38 m ago

It’s £30.30 for £35 at CD Keys so that seems a similar price to me and £42 …It’s £30.30 for £35 at CD Keys so that seems a similar price to me and £42.74 for a £50 card.


Good point. Not everyone can get the 5%FB discount though.
Nighthawk9 h, 20 m ago

Good point. Not everyone can get the 5%FB discount though.



Theres no reason why they can’t. You don’t need a Facebook account to get the discount and there’s plenty of free email addresses about. Most people get unlimited email addresses from their ISP.
Rossmor403rd Aug

Theres no reason why they can’t. You don’t need a Facebook account to get t …Theres no reason why they can’t. You don’t need a Facebook account to get the discount and there’s plenty of free email addresses about. Most people get unlimited email addresses from their ISP.


You only get 2 uses per cdkeys account, Not everyone wants to keep creating accounts and using paypal for each one.
Wrath5 h, 52 m ago

You only get 2 uses per cdkeys account, Not everyone wants to keep …You only get 2 uses per cdkeys account, Not everyone wants to keep creating accounts and using paypal for each one.



Why not. It takes literally 10 seconds to create an account. If you are using that as an excuse it means you just plain lazy.
Rossmor4019 h, 34 m ago

Why not. It takes literally 10 seconds to create an account. If you are …Why not. It takes literally 10 seconds to create an account. If you are using that as an excuse it means you just plain lazy.


Lazy is a bit extreme, when it comes to paying or using paypal, some people, including me, don't want to use their paypal with a throwaway accounts. For whatever reasons they have is their business, but my reason is I like to keep track of everything incase anything happens, and using throwaway accounts "could" lead to being a pain, especially just for a mere 5%.
So yes for many people it is simple as just creating more accounts in 10 seconds, but not everyone will do this or want to.
Edited by: "Wrath" 6th Aug
How long does it take to get the code?
Pspvita18 m ago

How long does it take to get the code?


It varies. For me within 10-20 mins.
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