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PlayStation Store EU Deal: Spend €50 in March, Get €10 in April

by Jose Belmonte


Sony has a sweet deal lined up for those PS fans in Europe: Starting today, anyone who spends €50 or more in the PlayStation Store during the month of March will receive a €10 voucher code to spend in April. You can reach that sum by making multiple purchases, and those who pre-ordered Horizon: Zero Dawn earlier than today will still be included in the promotion.

The news have come from the European PlayStation blog, which posted a new entry announcing the promotion that starts today March 1st at 00:01 (GMT) and closes March 31st 2017 at 23:59 (GMT). During that period every purchase we make of any item available in the PlayStation Store of PS4, PS3, PSVita and web browser will count towards a €50 goal that, if reached, will grant us with a €10 voucher to be spent during the month of April.

Now, let’s get into the most common questions that might come up: Yes, you can spend those €50 over multiple purchases and do them in different days. If you pre-ordered Horizon: Zero Dawn in February, your purchase is still counted in the promotion, as the terms and conditions clearly state in the “Applicable Products” description. The €10 code expires on April 30th at 23:59 (GMT).

Also, citizens of the United Kingdom are eligible for the promotion as well. In their case they need to spend £50 in order to get a £10 code.

Now, what can you buy in order to enter the promotion? Aside of the aforementioned Horizon: Zero Dawn, the deal of the week in the EU PlayStation Store is Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration for €28.99. That’s a 51% discount on its regular price.

Additionally, there is still a sale on many EA titles including Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Star Wars Battlefront, Dragon Age Inquisition, or various EA Sports games like FIFA 17, NHL 17, or UFC 2.

Or you can simply purchase a PlayStation Plus subscription, which this month will grant you the games Tearaway Unfolded and Disc Jam for PS4, as we revealed earlier this week.

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