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Sony Savings: Buy $100 on PSN in October, Get $20 PSN Credit

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100w ago - Sony Digital Distribution Senior Manager Pierre Gravereau has announced news of some PlayStation Network savings today - those who buy $100 on PSN in October will receive $20 in PSN credit.

All of the offer details are below, to quote: It's officially October, and we have a great new promotion for you to get the most out of your PlayStation gaming experience this month.

If you spend $100 or more on the PlayStation Store in October, we'll give you a $20 credit to your wallet to spend in November!

This is a store-wide promotion, so anything you purchase using your wallet will count towards the $100 total. One caveat: the credit back is limited to the first $100 you spend.

With great new programs like PSN Day 1 Digital, offering day-and-date digital PS3 games on the same day they hit retail, there are plenty of ways to participate in the "Buy $100, Get $20" promotion.

As a reminder, PlayStation Plus members receive an additional 10% discount on a number of titles in the line-up when they pre-order. Additionally, if you've already pre-ordered one of the awesome titles in the PSN Day 1 Digital program, the money you've spent on those will count toward your $100 for October. Not bad, eh?

Since the promotion includes anything purchased with your wallet...
 

Guide: Buying PSN Cards Without a Credit Card for EU Users

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271w ago - Although PSN cards have recently debuted in Canada, according to PS3Hype.nl (linked above) in Europe there are still no prepaid cards for the PlayStation Network.

That being said, apparently many people who don't own a credit card can't buy things from the PlayStation Store... unless they follow the guide below, of course.

Note: Before we start this tutorial you should know that the PlayStation Network cards (so you can buy after reading this tutorial) can be used in the U.S. PlayStation Store.

This means that no content from the Store can download. Also, the add-ons that you can store in the U.S. are not compatible with European games.

Use this' trick 'only if you complete a game or PSN game to download from the U.S. Store. You can also use this for example PS One classics and PSP games.

Step 1: Create a U.S. PlayStation Network account.

Step 2: Click on this link: [Register or Login to view links]

Step 3: Here you see a registration form. Fill out the...
 
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