1-Year PlayStation Plus Membership Prices Drop to a Ridiculous $31

1-Year PlayStation Plus Membership Prices Drop to a Ridiculous $31


Shockingly, the big PlayStation Plus membership deal keeps getting better. At the time of writing we’re down to $30.79 for a full 12 months. That’s 49% off list and one of the lowest overall prices that we’ve ever seen on a full year membership. At this point it’s at least $9 cheaper than the big sales that drop around the holidays.

The deal is available here at CDKeys (US only) while it lasts. The code is digital so you’ll get it right away in your order confirmation email (don’t forget that they’re stackable!). The CDKeys code will work just fine, but, as noted, there are other options if you prefer to go with something more familiar. There’s an eBay deal on a physical card that’s available here for $34.50. Woot (an Amazon company) also has memberships on sale for $45.99. Once you have your account topped up, check out the games that you can play for free in the month of May. Additional perks of membership can be found below.

Play Online with Friends:

  • PlayStation Plus connects you with the best online community of gamers. So, team up or compete with your friends in all your favorite PS4 multiplayer games!

Get Free Games


  • PlayStation Plus expands your gaming horizons with a growing collection of games included with your membership. From action-adventure to shooters, you’ll always have something great to play.

Get Exclusive Deals and Discounts

  • As a member of PlayStation Plus, you’ll get exclusive benefits on PlayStation Store. This includes member-only sales and deeper discounts on some of the biggest and best games available – as much as 80% off!

Again, PlayStation Plus memberships are stackable, and with this deal you can load up your account for the launch of the PS5 and beyond.

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