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So can those PS+ trial codes be stacked onto current subscriptions?

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Topic. Anyone with PS+ do it and can verify that it can be redeemed to add extra time to an account? I totally doubt it but you never know.

 

It'll save me the trouble of having to log into that crap. Smiley Tongue

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Re: So can those PS+ trial codes be stacked onto current subscriptions?

Jun 12, 2013
It doesn't stack onto existing subscriptions.
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Jun 12, 2013

You can always let your existing subscription expire, enter the code, turn off auto renew, let that expire, and then purphase whatever plan you normally get. Man Wink

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These codes likely have an expiration date though?
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Re: So can those PS+ trial codes be stacked onto current subscriptions?

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Thew902 wrote:
These codes likely have an expiration date though?

I think these codes were coded not to stack. Correct end of june expiration I think.

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Thew902 wrote:
These codes likely have an expiration date though?

I think these codes were coded not to stack. Correct end of june expiration I think.


Yeah they expire end of june.

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That's a shame. Man Sad I was hoping to stack two of them and get two months worth.

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red_wesley wrote:

That's a shame. Man Sad I was hoping to stack two of them and get two months worth.


Glasswalls confimed they were not stackable. 

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red_wesley wrote:

That's a shame. Man Sad I was hoping to stack two of them and get two months worth.


Yup, real shame my subscription expires on August and I was hoping to be hooked up for at least till January. Smiley Sad or till DRIVECLUB was given to ps plus members.

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It doesn't stack onto existing subscriptions.

Ah, thanks! I've been a subscriber from day 1 (3 years now, can't believe how fast it went!) and I stacked time all the way into 2017 in February, when they had the 15 month promotion and when a site was selling 1 year codes for PS+ for $35 that came with a crappy quality bluray remote. LOL Seems like overkill to just get more PS+ codes but hell, if it can be done, why not?

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