Whether you own a PS4 or PS5, you probably want to have PS Plus service to be able to play games online and to get complimentary offerings from Sony in the form of games each month. Through Sony, one year of PS Plus costs $60, but Eneba is offering Verge readers a special discount that’ll double it to two years’ worth of service for just $54.
Go here and hit “Buy Now” near the top of the page. Then at checkout, make sure to double your quantity to two instead of one, then enter the offer code VERGEMAYPROMO to knock the price from around $60 down to $54. You’ll get two codes, and you can redeem each one into your console as needed when it comes time to replenish your service.
With PS Plus on PS5, you’ll gain access to the PlayStation Plus selection of games. On either Sony’s PS5 or the last-gen PS4, you’ll get a monthly assortment of games available to keep, so long as you have a membership. This month’s batch includes Battlefield V, Wreckfest, and Stranded Deep.
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.
Best Buy is selling a few different iPhone battery cases at a steep discount, including ones made for the iPhone 7, iPhone XR, and the whole iPhone 11 lineup (for the iPhone 11 phones, Apple’s battery case has a nifty camera shortcut button). Normally, these cost around $130, but you can get them for no more than $52. Given that these can extend your iPhone’s battery life significantly (at the cost of adding some serious heft and thickness), it might be worth the purchase for you.
If you want to extend your iPhone’s battery life in a big way, Apple’s battery cases are a good way to do that. Best Buy is offering steep discounts on the battery cases for the iPhone 7, iPhone XR, and the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
If you’re looking for a good Apple Watch SE deal and want the LTE-enabled model, B&H Photo might have you sorted today. It’s selling the Nike-branded model in the 40mm sizing for $289, which is just $10 more than the usual price for the GPS-enabled base model. If you don’t like the Nike sport band, you can easily swap it out for a different look.