What are PlayStation Network Cards?
PlayStation network cards sometimes known as ‘tickets’ are used to download content from the PlayStation Stores. these pre-paid cards can be used for both the PlayStation 3 and the PSP, and allow users to fund their ‘online wallet’ without the need for a credit card. There are many items on the PlayStation Network store that users are allowed to download for free, but if you are looking for premium content such as a full version of a particular game, or other content that will help you in your gaming experience, you will need to buy a Network card. Once the card is redeemed, you will be given access to PlayStation premium content.
Unlike both Nintendo points and Microsoft points, PlayStation Network uses real-world currencies (for example in the UK, purchases will be made in GBP)
Where do I get them?
You can buy Your PlayStation Network cards from us at Cheapxboxlivecodes.com.
At the moment PlayStation cards are available in £20 and £50 denominations for the UK and $20 and $50 for the US
How do I redeem them?
After purchasing a card, follow these three simple steps:
- Sign in to PlayStation Network on your PS3, your PSP or a PC using Media Go
- Head to the PlayStation Store and select the Redeems Codes icon at the top of the page
- Enter the 12-digit code printed on the card and the funds will be added to your wallet instantly
Are there separate cards for PlayStation 3 and PSP?
No, You are free to spend your points for both PS3 and PSP.
Do the cards have an expiry date?
Your PSN card must be redeemed within 12 months of purchasing from us. Once you have redeemed the card, the funds will remain in your PlayStation Network wallet until you decide to spend.
for more information please visit www.uk.playstation.com