IGN rounds up the cheapest PS Plus membership deals for May.
PS4 and PS4 Pro gamers can enjoy access to games online, exclusive discounts at PlaysStation Store and receive free hand-picked games each month. The original Overcooked and What Remains of Edith Finch are featured in this month’s PS Plus games that are now available to all PS Plus subscribers to download and play for free.
If you are in the need of a new subscription, we’ve rounded up all the cheapest deals for one-year, six-month and three-month memberships below.
The Cheapest 12 Month PS Plus Deals
We always recommend getting bigger subscription packages if you know you are going to be renewing your membership after the old one runs out. Currently, the cheapest way to get PS Plus subscription is when you buy it at GAME and claim cashback via Quidco. This way you’ll get your 12-month membership for just £34.99!
Interested? Follow the step-by-step guide of how to get £15 off 12-month PlayStation Plus.
How to receive cashback?
- Sign-up to Quidco here and you will be redirected to Quidco’s deals’ page
- Visit GAME on Quidco and click ‘Shop Now’
- Buy PlayStation Plus 12 month subscription for £49.99 (alternatively, you can buy Devil May Cry 5, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, R2D2, or anything else from GAME)
- Receive £15 cashback from Quidco once your purchase from GAME is confirmed
- Withdraw your earnings to your Bank, PayPal or as Gift Vouchers
Editors Notes: The sign-up bonus is available to new Quidco members with no previous purchases or cashback.
The Cheapest 3 Month PS Plus Deals
A year can be a long time to commit to PS Plus membership, so if you need a short-term solution I would go for a 3-month or a 90-day subscription option. You can save an extra 4% if you purchase it via SCDKeys and use our exclusive code IGN4.
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The Cheapest PS Plus Starter Pack Deal
This starter pack comes with a one-month PS Plus pass, as well as £20 PSN to spend in the PlayStation Store. This pack is great if you are new to PS Plus and would like to try out the membership without committing to a long-term membership.