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Sony announces 25 percent off 3 months of PlayStation Plus membership

28 Jun 2018

If you want to keep playing PS4 games online, you may be interested in getting 3 months worth of PlayStation Plus while the price is low.  Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced that you can get a 3 months subscription of PlayStation Plus membership for 25 percent off the normal price. This offer is only available now until the end of 9PM NZST on July 9th, 2018.  You can order your PS Plus membership over on the PlayStation Store. The membership usually costs around $39.95 NZD but now you can get it for only $29.95 NZD thanks to this sale.  Getting a PlayStation Plus membership now is a huge deal because you can download and play Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 for free until July 11th on PS4. The game will remain free for you to play as long as you are still an active member. Other free PS4 games that you can download this July include the likes of Heavy Rain and Absolver.   

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