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Found this deal on the Outrageous Gaming Twiter and it seems to be a great way to stock up on PSN Plus. These guys are always really fast at delivering codes.

Use promo code "PSN" to save $4.00 off. The link below will apply this code.

https://www.outrageousgaming.com/...scount=psn
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In for 1. Thanks.
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Thanks sir:ma'am, plan expired 2 days ago... assumed these would be on sale somewhere this weekend.

Perfect timing!
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is this site reputable?
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Is this what it's come to?

Remember when a sale for PS+/XBL were in the $30-35 range?

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This is a pretty solid discount off of the year. Around 20% if I'm doing my math right.
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This is a pretty solid discount off of the year. Around 20% if I'm doing my math right.
Nevermind lol
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is this site reputable?
No... They want me to send them insane amounts of stuff to get a PSN, here's a convo I had with one of their minions on facebook messanger (the most professional way of doing business apparently)...
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Please be assured that it is standard procedure for certain orders to be checked in this manner and is for the security of all parties involved. Sensitive information such as the ID/Passport Number can be redacted/blacked out. We only require sufficient information to identify you as the account holder. Apologies in advance for any inconvenience this process may have caused.
I tried to go through facebook but since my name isn't fully on there they didn't let me get one even though I was using a company address for email.

I think they are selling your info in exchange for the discount. OR SOMETHING MORE SINISTER.
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No... They want me to send them insane amounts of stuff to get a PSN, here's a convo I had with one of their minions on facebook messanger (the most professional way of doing business apparently)...

I tried to go through facebook but since my name isn't fully on there they didn't let me get one even though I was using a company address for email.

I think they are selling your info in exchange for the discount. OR SOMETHING MORE SINISTER.
They said it was because charge backs, but I mean facebook accounts are easy to make I don't get the logic. And wouldn't PSN simply cancel the account if they reported that the purchasee did a charge back?
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They said it was because charge backs, but I mean facebook accounts are easy to make I don't get the logic. And wouldn't PSN simply cancel the account if they reported that the purchasee did a charge back?
I got my code from them immediately with no issues.

I remember CD keys asking for a picture of my ID for verification when I bought from them a year ago. It's probably a method to avoid fraud.
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I got my code from them immediately with no issues.

I remember CD keys asking for a picture of my ID for verification when I bought from them a year ago. It's probably a method to avoid fraud.
These guys also have no physical address anywhere online, their number does not produce any reverse address lookup. They are not US based but are in Canada. Also after the facebook interaction they blocked me from their page so I couldn't write a review on them... They're screening reviews people!
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from $50 any day price? I wouldn't consider a deal until it was $40

man $25/30 used to be the standard 2 years ago
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Thanks op. I personally would have liked s lower price, but these are few and far between
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I had no issues ordering and I paid with PayPal.
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Strange... it says "at Newegg" in the list of Slickdeals.
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