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Before the new PlayStation Plus service arrives, you can get yourself a spiffy PlayStation Plus Premium deal by purchasing PS Now at half the price before it becomes unavailable completely. That is because any subscription for PS Now will automatically convert to the PlayStation Plus Premium tier when it launches sometime in June.
How to get PlayStation Plus Premium half off by purchasing PS Now
Twitter user Wario64 has dug up a link to the PlayStation Now 12-month subscription option on the US PSN Store for $59.99/year. Considering that the Premium Plus Premium tier will cost about $120/year, that’s practically 50% off the purchase price. If you can afford it, you may also want to stack subscriptions now to lock in additional savings.
PlayStation Now 12-month subscription is $59.99 on US PSN https://t.co/f6Hjq26CFP
— Wario64 (@Wario64) April 3, 2022
You’ll need to click on the link as quickly as you can, though, as PlayStation has slowly but surely gotten rid of almost any mention of PS Now. In fact, the link being shared already says that PS Now is not available for purchase anymore, and the page for PS Now on the PlayStation on-console storefront is not longer available either. As such, the above link might become a dead one very soon.
For those a bit weary about locking in the savings of the crafty deal, according to the official post for the new PlayStation Plus service on the PlayStation blog, it should be honored: “PlayStation Now will transition into the new PlayStation Plus offering and will no longer be available as a standalone service. PlayStation Now customers will migrate over to PlayStation Plus Premium with no increase to their current subscription fees at launch.”
As a refresher, the PlayStation Plus Premium tier includes all the benefits from the Essential and Extra tiers, along with 340 additional games that includes classic titles and PS3 gamess via cloud streaming. Though it will not have Day One launches for first-party games, this tier will also give you time-limited game trials so that you can try select titles before buying them outright.