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Get 15 months of PlayStation Plus for the price of 12 on Amazon Prime Day

Get 15 months of PlayStation Plus for the price of 12 for Prime Day
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There's nothing worse than realising your gaming subscription is about to run out - and it always comes at the worst time. 

However, this deal from Amazon will ease those worries, at least for a little while. Amazon is offering 15 months of PlayStation Plus for the price of 12 months for Amazon Prime Day, which means you can pick up 15 months for just £48.99. Not in the UK? Scroll down to see the best PlayStation Plus deals where you are.

So you can stop worrying about your PS Plus subscription for at least another year - and enjoy a 30% discount to boot.

PlayStation Plus 15-month membership | PSN Download Code | £69.98 £48.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon is offering 15 months of PS Plus for the price of 12 months - that's a whopping 30% savings. It also means you won't have to worry about renewing your subscription for a while.

Not in the UK? Check out the 12 month PS Plus prices in your region:

  • TechRadar is scouring Amazon and all the major retailers' websites to round up all the top deals on Amazon Prime Day - and we’ve put all the best Prime Day deals in one simple-to-use place to help you find the offers that matter to you.
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