Verge readers can get two years of PlayStation Plus for only $60

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If you own a PS4 or PS5 and need to renew your PlayStation Plus membership soon, Eneba has an incredible deal on its website right now: Verge readers can get two one-year PlayStation Plus subscriptions for only $60 by entering offer code VERGEPLUS at checkout. This is a real bargain — normally, one year of PlayStation Plus retails for $60. So if you are looking to stock up on this subscription for a couple of years or want to keep one and gift the other, take advantage of this deal — it will likely sell out quickly.

PlayStation Plus membership (one year)

Prices taken at time of publishing.

One year of PlayStation Plus allows PS4 and PS5 gamers to play games online and receive perks such as free games each month and exclusive discounts on the PlayStation Store. You can get two one-year subscriptions for $60 with code VERGEPLUS entered at checkout.

PlayStation Plus is a paid online subscription service that comes with a ton of perks for members, including occasional discounts during PlayStation Store sales and free games that switch up usually on a monthly cadence, among other things. A PlayStation Plus subscription is compatible with both the PS4 and the PS5.

If you have a PS5, you get an additional perk: access to the PlayStation Plus Collection, a digital collection of “generation-defining” first- and third-party titles that were originally released for the PS4, such as Bloodborne, God of War, Persona 5, and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

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