Oh also the special discounts you'd find in store papers on the first page run out for a good reason. They actually have more in stock it's just the managers would typically tell the workers to let the customers know that they ran out. That's how they try to lure people in because of the special deals they have.
I'll probably grab two or more years of PS+ at Gamestop, since they are $30 apiece. I don't mind parking way the heck out of the way or waiting in line to get that much of a discount. If I end up doing that, that will mean that my PS+ subscription is paid through January of 2017, and I will have paid a total of $77 out of pocket for it.
I did that when target had the mistake in their ad and you could get it for $17.99. I'm paid through to 2018.
Still considering getting another year. I think I may have a problem.