PlayStation Plus membership drops to an all-time low of $31 for a 12-month subscription.

PlayStation Plus logo
Like GameStop, but online-only.


On June 29, 2020; ComicBook announces an all time low price of $30.99 for a 12-month subscription to PlayStation Plus. Considering that the usual price for such a subscription is $60, saying this is a great deal is the understatement of the year. If you’re looking to add another 12 months to your subscription, now’s the time to do it.

The clock is ticking though. This $31 deal is only available on eBay from a seller called neogames. The prices here can change wildly and very suddenly. So if you’re looking to take advantage of this deal, you’d better do it quickly. Or before you know it…

South Park banker guy announcing yet another thing is gone.
Gone, gone, gone.

Speaking of PlayStation Plus, they also unveiled their free games for July. It’s only 3 games, but it’s still 1 more game than last month. The 3 games are:

  • NBA 2K20: another basketball simulation game; it’s okay if you’re into this kind of game
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration: the not-quite-as-good sequel to the 2013 Tomb Raider game, but still great
  • Erica: an interactable movie where you play as a young woman trying to solve the mystery of her father’s murder

The June selection of free games are still available until July 6. If you want to download Star Wars Battlefront II (the EA version) and Call of Duty: WWII, you might want to hurry up there. And to clarify: you need a PlayStation Plus subscription to play these free games. Even if you’ve already downloaded them, if your subscription runs out, the games are locked until you renew it. Kind of sleazy in my opinion, but that’s the business model they’re going with. What can you do?

The one really sleazy thing about PlayStation Plus.
One very big reason why I don’t have a PlayStation Plus account.


If you’re looking for an additional 12 months on your PlayStation Plus subscription, this $31 deal seem good. For those of you wanting to try out a Playstation Plus account for the first time, this deal seems good for that too. You’d better hurry though, or the deal might be gone before you know it.

Source: ComicBook