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Sony has just announced that starting now, its PlayStation Plus membership prices will rise to $59.99 for 12 months and $24.99 for three months. However, the price is still at just $49.99 on Amazon.com. Stock up for the next year before...Show More Summary
Sony's 21 million PlayStation Plus members are getting a price hike this September.
PlayStation Plus has evolved into a major success over the years, giving gamers the opportunity to play online and grab some gratis games on a monthly basis for just 50 bucks a year. Starting next month, though, all of those goods and services are going to go up in price.
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First price hike since 2010 was edited into late-July blog post.
Tucked away in its late-July post, Sony made an unpleasant announcement that PlayStation Plus pricing will increase to $59.99 per year. Because, you know, money. This switch-over won't happen until September 22, so before you go gangbusters...Show More Summary
Sony is increasing the price of its Playstation Plus membership to $60 for the year starting in September. That's a $10 increase over what it is currently, so unless you hate free money, you should go buy this Playstation Plus gift card right now. The increase takes effect starting on September 22nd. Show More Summary
Here's how much it'll cost to keep playing online and getting free games.
Memberships will change to $59.99 USD/ $69.99 CAD for twelve months The post PlayStation Plus Price Going Up in September appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sony stealthily announced that the membership price for PlayStation Plus will be increasing towards the end of September. Instead of making a formal disclosure, it opted to update the PlayStation blog post for Plus' August game line-up...Show More Summary
Sony’s raising the price of PlayStation Plus to $60 next month, so it might behoove you to stock up on 12 month memberships now, before the change goes into effect. Read more...
Beginning on September 22, Sony will be raising the membership prices of PlayStation Plus in North America, with Canada getting hit a bit harder than U.S. players. The new yearly fee will be $59.99 ($69.99 Canadian), up from $49.99, while the three month renewal will jump to $24.99 ($29.99 Canadian), up from $17.99. Show More Summary
If you have been enjoying subscribing to PlayStation Plus for $50 a year, we have some bad news for you. Sony has announced that, starting on September 22, the price of PS+ will […]
PlayStation Plus memberships will cost more starting on September 22nd. On that date, a one-year membership in the US will rise from $50 to $60, while three-month memberships will rise from $18 to $25. The price of a monthly plan will remain the same in the US ($10). Show More Summary
Sony has announced that PlayStation Plus subscription prices will increase in the US as well as Canada, starting next month. Sony has quietly revealed a price a hike for PlayStation Plus subscriptions for the US and Canada. In quite the stealth announcement, the company posted an update to the PlayStation Blog entry about August’s free […]
PlayStation Plus will jump from $50/year to $60/year starting September 22, Sony said today. It’s the first price hike for the online service since it launched in 2010. Read more...
Sony is about to start charging more for one of its best gaming services. PlayStation Plus will jump in price from $50 to $60 annually, according to an announcement on Sony’s PlayStation Blog. Three months of PS Plus will now cost $22; it previously was $18. If you pay monthly for PS Plus, nothing will […]
Sony's PlayStation Plus service has been a sweet deal for video game fans since it launched in 2010. Each month, subscribers to the service get two free games on each of Sony's video game platforms (PS4, PS3 and Vita), as well as a bevy of discounts on other games. Show More Summary