Save Money for Buying PSN Cards

August 6, 2010Written by Kishen Patel

Thanks to the most recent PlayStation Network promotional Summer Sale, now is the time to stock up on some discounted PSN classics for the post-summer entertainment apocalypse known as reality. In such case, funds will need to be inducted into the PSN Wallet. What better way to do so than with some trusty PlayStation Network cards?

Free of annual percentage rates, hidden fees, and credit checks, using PSN cards is the most efficient method of funding the PlayStation Store Wallet while also serving as an invaluable alternative to credit cards since it is accessible to virtually anyone. Not only that, but because they are readily available at retail, there is plenty of room for deals and savings on the prepaid vouchers.

Currently available at Kmart, purchasing a $20 PlayStation Network card will give the consumer a $10 coupon while buying a $50 PSN card will grant the gamer a $20 coupon. Mathematically, buying two $20 PSN cards and using the two coupons to purchase another PSN card is the best plan of attack but there is, of course, the “Limit one (1) coupon per transaction” agreement. There may be ways around this term and condition such as using asking friends but in no ways do we condone exploiting retailers for their deals.