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1-Year Sony PlayStation Plus Membership (Digital Delivery) EXPIRED

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CDKeys has 1-Year Sony PlayStation Plus Membership (Digital Delivery) for $27.59.

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  • PlayStation Plus Monthly Games (Expand your game collection with two PS4 games included every month)
  • Online Multiplayer (Opens a new worlds to compete online with friends and community of online gamers)
  • Exclusive Member Discounts (Members can enjoy extra savings on top of regular PS Store promotional prices, access to early demos/trials, exclusive rewards & more)
  • 100GB Cloud Storage (Save game process to the cloud and pick up where you left off on any other console with that game installed)
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I have a US account and bought from them before, but for some reason my order didn't go through.

Did anyone else get this?
I use PayPal and never have an issue on cdkey site.
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Thanks! Worked great for me, signed out as guest and used a CC.
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I have a US account and bought from them before, but for some reason my order didn't go through.

Did anyone else get this?
I got the same notice and also an email from paypal that i authorized payment... anyone got the email from paypal as well?? Does this mean the payment went over and i wont get the codes? How do I fight this...
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Order failed to process on desktop using PayPal. Succeeded when I did the same through my phone. Code redeemed.
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Does this work on PS5?
Only if U have one😀
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Create a new account at CDKeys, use paypal from my desktop and it failed. Did the same from my phone and got the same issue.
"We regret that we are unable to process your order..."

Now I got message from Paypal stating that I authorize the payment but I never got the Code.
I removed my ADBlocker and same issue.
Any ideas?
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Hey, y'all. I don't know shit about this stuff, as the last gaming console that I owned and regularly played was a Super Nintendo. And, no, I'm not joking. However, my son, who is 21 years-old, has a PS4 and his PlayStation Plus membership is expiring this month. So, I wanted to ask, would this digital code work to be able to renew/extend his yearly membership that is set to expire in a few days? Or, would he need to set up a new membership?

If someone could offer me a helpful reply with this, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
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So, I wanted to ask, would this digital code work to be able to renew/extend his yearly membership that is set to expire in a few days?
Yes. (extra words to fulfill minimum character length.)
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Yes. (extra words to fulfill minimum character length.)
Thank you very much for the prompt reply and the answer to my question. I sincerely appreciate it, my friend!

So, to clarify, I could order this myself, get the digital code sent to me in an e-mail, text the code to my son and then he could use it to renew/extend his membership that way?

Edit: Is there anything to worry about, with regards to ordering this code, from this place? How can they possibly sell this for less than 50% of the regular price?? It would seem to be too good to be true.
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Eneba typically has better prices.
Eneba also sells used codes and doesn't do squat about it when you notify them. I know. I'm dealing with it now. CdKeys is 100% legit.

Eneba are a bunch of crooks.
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i have a ps5 comng next week but already have an ps account from a previous ps4. when i sign in it still says my ols ps4 is my console can i add this ps plus to my account and once i get ps5 just log in? or should i just create a new account?
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Hey, y'all. I don't know shit about this stuff, as the last gaming console that I owned and regularly played was a Super Nintendo. And, no, I'm not joking. However, my son, who is 21 years-old, has a PS4 and his PlayStation Plus membership is expiring this month. So, I wanted to ask, would this digital code work to be able to renew/extend his yearly membership that is set to expire in a few days? Or, would he need to set up a new membership?

If someone could offer me a helpful reply with this, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
If he redeems the code on his playstation account, it should extend his membership by a year. Sounds like these things stack so it would add another year of PS+ membership from the time his current membership expires.

Edit: didn't see that someone already replied with this answer, but to elaborate on your other post, if you get the redemption code, you can just text it to him.
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Thank you very much for the prompt reply and the answer to my question. I sincerely appreciate it, my friend!

So, to clarify, I could order this myself, get the digital code sent to me in an e-mail, text the code to my son and then he could use it to renew/extend his membership that way?

Edit: Is there anything to worry about, with regards to ordering this code, from this place? How can they possibly sell this for less than 50% of the regular price?? It would seem to be too good to be true.
Correct. I had no problem ordering from from this vendor. 3rd party vendors often have the membership for around $30 - the yearly subscription fee is really more of a punishment if you forget to buy one of these beforehand, but still want to maintain access to your PS Plus games in your history.
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If he redeems the code on his playstation account, it should extend his membership by a year. Sounds like these things stack so it would add another year of PS+ membership from the time his current membership expires.

Edit: didn't see that someone already replied with this answer, but to elaborate on your other post, if you get the redemption code, you can just text it to him.
Thank you very much for the reply and the helpful feedback. I'm going to plan on buying this and then texting the code to my son, so that he can renew his PlayStation Plus membership for another year.

And, much thanks to the OP, for posting his deal on here for others to see. Please know that your efforts are appreciated!
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Correct. I had no problem ordering from from this vendor. 3rd party vendors often have the membership for around $30 - the yearly subscription fee is really more of a punishment if you forget to buy one of these beforehand, but still want to maintain access to your PS Plus games in your history.
Thank you very much for the reply and the helpful feedback. I'm going to plan on buying this and then texting the code to my son, so that he can renew his PlayStation Plus membership for another year.

And, much thanks to the OP, for posting his deal on here for others to see. Please know that your efforts are appreciated!
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