Given Sony has already started its Black Friday games sale for PS Plus members, you could be missing out on some cracking deals if you’re not on board.
The only downside is PS Plus membership costs $60 a year, which is the cost of a full-priced AAA game, potentially wiping out any Black Friday savings.
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Enter the US retailer GameStop, which just rode in on a mighty steed to reduce financial the burden of PlayStation Plus memberships.
Right now you can download a 12-month code for just $39.99, which is down $20 on the usual price of $59.99. Hurrah!
Once you’ve purchased the code and registered your membership on the PlayStation Network, you can start enjoying all manner of early Black Friday deals on digital downloads.
Those include noted discounts on new releases like NBA 2K18, WWE 2K18, Destiny 2, South Park The Fractured But Whole, Madden 18, FIFA 18, Assassins Creed Origins and Call of Duty WWII Deluxe Edition.
Madden 18 might be the pick of the bunch at just $29.99 (down from $59.99).
Sony is planning to add more deals between now and the weekend, so keep your eyes peeled on the PlayStation Store.
As well as access to the Black Friday sale and special pricing throughout the year, PS Plus membership gives you access to a number of free games every month, as well as the ability to take part in online multiplayer experiences.
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