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Sony Will Reward You $10 PSN Credit for Every $50 Spent

By - Source: Polygon | B 10 comments

March may be Christmas come early on the PSN.

Tomb Raider. BioShock Infinite. God of War: Ascension. Yes, March 2013 is shaping up to be a great month for videogame releases.

To capitalize on increased user purchases for the month, Sony's offering a promotion until April 1 that offers up $10 in PSN credit for every $50 spent on purchases in the PS Store. According to Polygon, this offer is valid for a $49.99 purchase of PS Plus, and no, you won't have to spend that extra penny to make it count.

There's no limit to this offer, so March 2013 might be Christmas come early. Sony will be sending out the promotional credit out by April 12, so don't panic if the promotional credit doesn't show up immediately.

The offer's already live now, so feel free to start your PSN spending spree.


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    bak0n , February 28, 2013 1:49 AM
    Now they only have to have something worth buying that I can't get cheaper for my PC on steam.
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    Azn Cracker , February 28, 2013 2:50 AM
    Why can't tom's report something the day of?
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    fkr , February 28, 2013 4:33 AM
    yep PS3 sucks that is why I do not have one
    Uncharted 1-3
    resistance 3
    Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
    God of War III
    inFAMOUS 2
    Killzone 3
    Little Big Planet 2
    Valkyria Chronicles Turn-based, tactical RPG in an alt-history, 1930s, European, war-time setting.
    WarHawk
    Yakuza 4

    and btw everyone of these games are less than $10 on amazon and I have never played one of the because I do not own a PS3
    http://www.amazon.com/40-Best-PS3-Exclusives-Playstation/lm/R2JTCY2BKNCFD8
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    LordConrad , February 28, 2013 11:49 AM
    I sold my Xbox 360 because I realized that I hadn't used it for months; all of my gaming had been on my PC and PS3.

    I love my PS3, it's a game system and a Blu-ray player rolled up into one sweet package. The Uncharted series is awesome, and Resistance pwns Halo in every way.
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    k7mm , February 28, 2013 12:16 PM
    Game play platform hierarchy

    1. PC
    2. PS3
    3. 360
    4. Wii U

    There are not many 360 exclusives that don't end up on PC looking 3 times better and cheaper.
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    downhill911 , February 28, 2013 4:54 PM
    I remember when they kept blaming PC players pirating games for ruining game industry. Now that you have PS3, Xbox360 (also hackable) games cost 60 USD and I can not see any improvement.
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    AuronX , February 28, 2013 8:02 PM
    I am a little conflicted; I'm elated to hear news about an ongoing PS3 sale, and yet... why would I want to buy for a system, when the PS4 will be released soon and the titles I purchased through the store will not be eligible for transfer?
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    Thorfkin , February 28, 2013 8:42 PM
    Yeah but to take advantage of that I'd have to give Sony my credit card number again and after that last fiasco with the PSN security (Resulting in $400 of fraudulent charges hitting my account) I swore I would never provide it to them again. I'll stick to amazon PSN cards.
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    spat55 , March 3, 2013 1:55 PM
    k7mmGame play platform hierarchy1. PC2. PS33. 3604. Wii UThere are not many 360 exclusives that don't end up on PC looking 3 times better and cheaper.


    I agree, I just wish that sony would release official drivers for there dualshock controllers on PC :( 

    The thing is with the PSN is that it is all overpriced, when I can get the stuff cheaper elsewhere I am not going to buy it on there.
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    spat55 , March 3, 2013 1:57 PM
    ThorfkinYeah but to take advantage of that I'd have to give Sony my credit card number again and after that last fiasco with the PSN security (Resulting in $400 of fraudulent charges hitting my account) I swore I would never provide it to them again. I'll stick to amazon PSN cards.


    Don't want to be a bum, but how do you know that is the way $400 was taken fraudulently? Could of been some other way?
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