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How to Get a PlayStation Plus 7-Day Free Trial [2023 Guide]

How to Get a PlayStation Plus 7-Day Free Trial [2023 Guide]

Sony is now offering a 7-day free trial for new subscribers of PlayStation Plus Extra or Premium. Keep reading to learn how to grab this deal. If you’ve subscribed to PlayStation Plus and want to find valid PlayStation coupons, there are also ways you can try.

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How to Get a PS Plus 7-Day Free Trial

PlayStation Plus now has three membership plans — Essential, Extra and Deluxe/Premium where in each membership have three kinds of subscriptions — 1 month, 3 months, and 12 months. The 7-day free trial is only available for PlayStation Plus Extra, or Deluxe/Premium.

Compare to Premium, PlayStation Plus Deluxe is available in markets without cloud streaming at a lower price.
  1. Create a brand new PlayStation Network account.
  2. Log in to your console and go to PlayStation Plus.
  3. Click on the Subscribe button and then you’ll see three membership options: Deluxe/Premium, Extra or Essential.
  4. Select a plan (Extra, or Deluxe/Premium) that offers 7-day trial.
  5. Confirm your choice and add a payment method.

Now you can start your 7-day free trial. If you don’t want to be charged, don’t foeget to cancel your subscription before the end of the trial.

To cancel your subscription:

On your PS5, go to Settings > Users and Accounts > Account > Payment and Subscriptions > Subscriptions > PlayStation Plus, then click Cancel Trial.

On your PS4, go to Settings > Account Management > Account Information > PlayStation Subscriptions > PlayStation Plus, then click Turn Off Auto-Renew.

For more details, you can view this video:

How to Get PlayStation Store Discounts

Looking for PlayStation discount codes? You’ve in the right place. Here we will tell you two simple ways to save money on the PlayStation Store.

Get coupons with Coupert

If you’re sick of searching for valid coupons, but you still want the discounts, you should definitely give Coupert a try!

Coupert is a free browser extension that tells you when there are coupons available for the site you’re on. To save money on the PlayStation Store, all you’ve to do is to install the extension, then you just shop as you normally do. Here’s how:

  1. Add Coupert to your browser.
  2. Go to PlayStation Store and click the Coupert icon at the top right corner. Then you will see all the available promo codes.
  3. Or you can just shop as you normally do and Coupert will pop up when you check out. Click ‘Apply Coupons’ and the extension will try them all to find the one that gives you the best discount, then apply it for you automatically.

So with Coupert, you can get the best available discount without even lifting a finger!

BONUS: The Coupert extension also gives you cashback when you buy from one 7,000+ participating stores. Each time you buy from one of those stores, you earn points (they call it ‘gold’), which you can later redeem for cash. Once you accumulate $10 worth of points, you can cash out to PayPal.

Get coupons with our coupon page

If you’re on mobile and can’t install Coupert, you can visit our coupon page to get deals. We’ve gathered the latest verified discount codes and deals for you on this PlayStation Store Promotion page. Before you place an order at the PlayStation Store, don’t forget to take a look at our page for free coupons and deals to save money.

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If you can’t find what you want, you can bookmark this coupon page to come back later, since we constantly update this page with all the latest PlayStation Store deals.

So this is how you can try PlayStation Plus for free and how to get valid PlayStation coupons. Hopefully this post helped. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to leave us a comment below.

By Lily Qiu

Lily is a Level 1 technical support agent for Driver Easy. As the first point of contact for all support tickets, she addresses payment and subscription questions directly, and for highly technical questions, she ensures we have all necessary information before escalating the ticket to our Level 2 technical support agents.


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