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First Son
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Re: "free" ps plus

Jan 11, 2014
When I bought my brand new ps4 I mine didn't come with a free ps plus trial. Or the other free codes
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Re: "free" ps plus

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You can use a visa gift card for it. I have one with zero balance and I use it for free trials of ps plus and other things. Works like a charm.

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xSMOKExEMxALLx wrote:

You can use a visa gift card for it. I have one with zero balance and I use it for free trials of ps plus and other things. Works like a charm.


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Lol
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Black_MagicWoman wrote:

I find it totally amusing that your given a code for free Plus for a month yet you need a credit card to finalize the deal. It's pretty obvious that Sony's banking on you to forget to turn off the auto renew feature and get you  for a full year's subscription.Woman Happy


A shame the Home staff isn't as hard working as Sony employees who concoct such dirty tactics, Home would be a virtual utopia if that were the case.

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Tranny_Got_Swag wrote:

Black_MagicWoman wrote:

I find it totally amusing that your given a code for free Plus for a month yet you need a credit card to finalize the deal. It's pretty obvious that Sony's banking on you to forget to turn off the auto renew feature and get you  for a full year's subscription.Woman Happy


A shame the Home staff isn't as hard working as Sony employees who concoct such dirty tactics, Home would be a virtual utopia if that were the case.


besides being few months old OP

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