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Verge readers can get two years of PlayStation Plus for only $58

Verge readers can get two years of PlayStation Plus for only $58


When you enter code VERGEPLUS at checkout

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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 $58 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.

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A membership to PlayStation Plus Essential allows PlayStation 4 and PS5 owners to play games online, download free titles every month, use cloud save backups, and take advantage of discounts on the PS Store.

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.