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I'm seeing this much cheaper when using a basic google search.
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I'm seeing this much cheaper when using a basic google search.
Can you please share the link?
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First one that comes up is G2A for $47. I'm on my phone so can't delve too much further at the moment.

Also check eBay. Recent sold items are down in the $30ish range when thumbing through.
None of those cheap eBay ones look remotely legit. All sellers with 0 or 1 reviews.

Those G2A ones aren't actually $47 either once you click through to their site.

Post better links if you have them cause the days of getting these for ~$40 are pretty much gone.
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I checked ebay and did not see any for 30 bucks
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And as for g2a yeah same thing nothing for north America
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It's ok price if you need it now, but generally speaking, both ps+ and xbl gold need to be sub $45 to be even consider a deal. Just a fyi.
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Ironic that this has 20 thumbs down when it's the cheapest (within ~$1) of the cheapest available at the moment. Yet, there's stuff on the front page that's more expensive than prices on eBay.

Seems like the average price of these PS+ subs are just getting more and more expensive by the day.
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Ironic that this has 20 thumbs down when it's the cheapest (within ~$1) of the cheapest available at the moment. Yet, there's stuff on the front page that's more expensive than prices on eBay.

Seems like the average price of these PS+ subs are just getting more and more expensive by the day.
Cheapest available at the moment means nothing if it's recently been available for $47-50, which it has. No irony there. You need lessons in math, irony, and common sense.
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Cheapest available at the moment means nothing if it's recently been available for $47-50, which it has. No irony there. You need lessons in math, irony, and common sense.
You need a lesson in reading comprehension. The "irony" I'm referring to is that many many items on the front page are more expensive than their current eBay prices. This is much cheaper than the going rates on eBay, yet is a far less popular deal. Do you see the "irony" there? Or perhaps you could give me a lesson on it, along with math and common sense.
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You need a lesson in reading comprehension. The "irony" I'm referring to is that many many items on the front page are more expensive than their current eBay prices. This is much cheaper than the going rates on eBay, yet is a far less popular deal. Do you see the "irony" there? Or perhaps you could give me a lesson on it, along with math and common sense.
That's still not irony. My reading comprehension skills are fine. It's your writing that needs work. You specifically said it was ironic that this has 20 thumbs down when it's the cheapest of the cheapest available at the moment. Ignoring the fact that your phrasing makes no sense, there's no mention of other deals in that sentence. If you wish to point out what you perceive to be irony, try to do it in one thought. When you state the irony in one sentence, and then post another thought, the reader has no idea that you're saying the secondary thought is part of the irony. I suspect you structured it that way because you just decided to pretend you meant the irony was regarding the other items. If that was your true intention when pointing out the irony, why would you mention how many thumbs down this had? That isn't relevant to your current explanation as to why you felt it was ironic.

Since you asked for a math lesson, $47 and $50 are both less than this price. As for common sense, I'm not able to teach that. If you find someone who can, please sit down with them for a few hours before attempting to post here again.
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A note to everyone:

Please don't use Alanis Morrissette as a guide to irony.

A traffic jam when you're already late is unfortunate, but not ironic.

A higher-priced deal for PS+ than several recent deals not being on the front page, while other completely unrelated items on the front page are supposedly available on eBay for lower prices, is not ironic. It's just a random collection of unrelated thoughts that someone decided were related and ironic.
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That's still not irony. My reading comprehension skills are fine. It's your writing that needs work. You specifically said it was ironic that this has 20 thumbs down when it's the cheapest of the cheapest available at the moment. Ignoring the fact that your phrasing makes no sense, there's no mention of other deals in that sentence. If you wish to point out what you perceive to be irony, try to do it in one thought. When you state the irony in one sentence, and then post another thought, the reader has no idea that you're saying the secondary thought is part of the irony. I suspect you structured it that way because you just decided to pretend you meant the irony was regarding the other items. If that was your true intention when pointing out the irony, why would you mention how many thumbs down this had? That isn't relevant to your current explanation as to why you felt it was ironic.

Since you asked for a math lesson, $47 and $50 are both less than this price. As for common sense, I'm not able to teach that. If you find someone who can, please sit down with them for a few hours before attempting to post here again.
Read my original post again:

"Ironic that this has 20 thumbs down when it's the cheapest (within ~$1) of the cheapest available at the moment. Yet, there's stuff on the front page that's more expensive than prices on eBay."


Do you understand what the word "yet" accomplishes in that sentence? It connects two independent thoughts. That's just how sentences work. When one sentence comes after another, they are usually related in some way. I'm sorry if that confused you.

Do you see the irony that this deal is very unpopular, YET there are many items on the front page that cost less than their going rates on eBay?

You've already revealed yourself to either be an insufferable pedant or a poor reader. However, I have good news. You can still prove yourself capable of graciousness by giving me an apology. Thanks!
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A note to everyone:

Please don't use Alanis Morrissette as a guide to irony.

A traffic jam when you're already late is unfortunate, but not ironic.

A higher-priced deal for PS+ than several recent deals not being on the front page, while other completely unrelated items on the front page are supposedly available on eBay for lower prices, is not ironic. It's just a random collection of unrelated thoughts that someone decided were related and ironic.
Oh my apologies, I didn't see the comment until now. Turns out that your reading comprehension is fine and you understood perfectly what I was saying (or at least you do now). It seems your flaw is not in reading but in being insufferable and dense.
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