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PS4 logoGet 'free' PS4 games with PlayStation PlusSubscription offers games and deals, required to play online

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If you want to play PS4 games online, you’ll need a PlayStation Plus subscription, which normally costs £6.99 per month, £19.99 for three months, or £49.99 for a year, although you can sometimes find them cheaper on offer.

In addition to granting access to otherwise restricted features such as online gaming, PlayStation Plus gives you a number of free games each month, plus exclusive discounts on games in the PlayStation Store.

Normally, six free PlayStation Plus games are available each month – two PS4 titles, two games for the console's predecessor, PS3, and two for Sony's handheld gaming system, PS Vita. Some of these games will be playable on multiple consoles. They’re free to download, play and keep as long as you have an active PlayStation Plus membership. From Fri 8 Mar 2019, the PlayStation Plus monthly games line-up will focus exclusively on PS4 games and no longer include PS3 and Vita titles.

July's free PlayStation Plus games:

These include Absolver (PS4, norm £24.99 on PlayStation Store), Heavy Rain (PS4, norm £24.99 on PlayStation Store), Rayman 3 HD (PS3, norm £4.99 on PlayStation Store), Extreme Exorcism (PS3, norm £4.99 on PlayStation Store), Space Overlords (PS4 and Vita, norm £6.49 on PlayStation Store) and Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma (Vita, norm £32.99 on PlayStation Store).

Call of Duty: Black Ops III (PS4, norm £39.99 on PlayStation Store) is currently a bonus PS Plus freebie, available until Wed 11 Jul.

It’s worth noting that PlayStation Store often isn’t the cheapest place to buy PlayStation games. However, even based on the cheapest prices elsewhere, in one month alone you might make up the £49.99 paid for your annual subscription in free games.

Warning: Subscription will automatically renew

To activate a PlayStation Plus subscription, you'll need to have a credit or debit card tied to your Sony Entertainment Network account, which will automatically renew your membership and bill you at the end of your term unless you cancel it beforehand.

If you haven't had one before, you can also get a free 14-day PlayStation Plus trial. However, you'll need to register payment details and your free membership will automatically turn into a paid subscription that renews monthly by default following the end of the free trial period unless you cancel it beforehand.

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PS4 logoPS4 games price round-upIncl FIFA 18, Call of Duty: WWII, GTA V, Fortnite and God of War

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Playing games can be a pricey hobby, so we’ve rounded up the cheapest prices for a number of popular PS4 releases.

Below you’ll find deals for some of the biggest PS4 games including FIFA 18, Call of Duty: WWII, God of WarFortnite and Minecraft, plus hotly-anticipated upcoming titles such as The Last of Us Part 2 - you can sometimes get a bargain by pre-ordering a game at a promotional price ahead of release.

Unless otherwise stated, all the games listed below are disc-based copies rather than digital ones and all prices include delivery. If you’re more interested in Xbox or Nintendo, see our Xbox One games price round-up and Nintendo Switch games price round-up.

Cheapest PS4 game prices we found at 1.05pm on Thu 19 Apr:

Subscribe to PlayStation Plus and you'll receive free downloadable PS4 games every month.

PS4 logoPS4: MoneySaving tips and tricks*Including bundles, refurbished products and free trials

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Buying PS4 consoles and games can be expensive, so we've rounded up a number of purchasing tips and tricks designed to cut your costs.

  • Buy a bundle. Bundles offer ready-made or customisable combinations of consoles, games and accessories that are cheaper than the sum of their individual parts, so they’re a good way to pick up a few extras for less than you’d be able to if you were buying them separately.
  • Buy refurbished. Retailers such as Tesco (via its eBay outlet*) and Amazon offer relatively cheap refurbished consoles with 12-month guarantees. We've seen these for as low as £148.
  • Pre-order at a promotional price. Games are usually most expensive at launch and during the first few weeks or months post-release, but savings can often be made by pre-ordering in the run-up to release, so keep an eye on prices.
  • Or wait for prices to drop. If you’re not desperate to pick up the latest releases, hold out for a bit. Game prices can fall relatively quickly and significantly, even in the case of top-selling series like FIFA and Call of DutySee our PS4 games price round-up.
  • Buy second-hand. Buying pre-owned games is a great way to cut costs. Purchasing them from high street retailers such as Game (12-month guarantee) and CEX (24-month guarantee) will also give you peace of mind.  
  • Trade in games. Retailers such as CEX and Game will offer cash for your old games and consoles, but they’ll give you more in store credit to put towards other products.
  • Buy boxed rather than digital. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, but generally new releases are more expensive to buy as digital downloads than disc-based games. Physical boxed games also carry re-sale value.
  • Free-to-PlayStation. The PlayStation Store is home to a number of free-to-play PS4 games including DC Universe Online, Planetside 2 and Warframe. These offer the core gameplay experience free of charge, supplemented by additional features and functionality you can choose to pay for.
  • Play free trials. You can sample a number of PS4 games by downloading free demos from the PlayStation Store. Also look out for the chance to take part in pre-release trials, which are increasingly common for big games.
  • Rent games. Game streaming subscription service PlayStation Now gives users access to over 400 PS4 and PS3 games which are playable on PS4 and PC. There’s a free seven-day trial, while a monthly unlimited subscription to the service costs £12.99.
  • Get PlayStation Plus. Costing £6.99 per month, £19.99 for three months, or £49.99 for a year, this subscription service gives you a number of free games each month, plus exclusive discounts on games and downloadable content. It's also required to play PS4 games online.
  • Had a problem with Sony? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Sony*.

If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE Forum, email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via MSE Facebook and Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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AO.com logo10% off at AO eBay outlet*Eg, PS4 Pro console and FIFA 18 for 314 (next cheapest, 349)

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If you go online to the AO.com eBay outlet*, you can get 10% off purchases over £40 in one transaction with the code P10MAY until 11.59pm on Fri 4 May. Delivery's free on all items to UK mainland (Northern Ireland is excluded from this offer).

The maximum discount you can get is £250, which means purchases of £2,500+ would only be discounted by £250 no matter how much you spend, and you can only use the code once per account. See full T&Cs*.

Examples of strong discounts we found when using the code on Thu 3 May include:

Tesco Direct logoTesco Direct 5-20 off electricals and gamingVia codes, eg, Call of Duty WWII 33, PS4 Pro and FIFA 18 299

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Online retailer Tesco Direct* has three codes to get you £5, £10 or £20 off on selected home electricals and gaming until 11.59pm on Thu 1 Feb, which can net some strong savings on popular products, including Call of Duty WWII for £33 (norm £38) and the Nintendo Switch console for £259 (norm £279).

Here are the three codes and how much you need to spend before you can use them:

  • £5 off when you spend between £35 and £74.99 using the code TDX-PWFG
  • £10 off when you spend between £75 and £149.99 using the code TDX-GWRJ
  • £20 off when you spend £150 or more using the code TDX-WFGR

What are the best discounts available?

Here are some market-leading deals we found using the codes on Wed 31 Jan:

Unless otherwise stated, Tesco Direct delivery is £3 or you can collect at a Tesco store for free (find your nearest*).

Don't assume that just because the codes get you up to £20 off, you won't be able to find an item cheaper elsewhere – always compare prices before buying. For example, an Argos eBay outlet code currently gets 10% off purchases over £40, making some products like Nintendo Switch cheapest there.

More info

It's one code per person and they can't be used with any other codes, or to buy infant milk formula or items sold by third parties.

PS4 logoPlayStation Store 12 deals of ChristmasIncluding Horizon Zero Dawn for 20 (next cheapest, 27)

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Sony's annual PlayStation Store 12 deals of Christmas promotion is underway, featuring discounts on downloadable PlayStation games.

Each deal is replaced by a new offer after 48 hours, with the 12th and final one arriving on Fri 22 Dec. Before buying any of the titles featured in the promotion, it's worth checking the cost elsewhere as game prices change frequently.

  • Horizon Zero Dawn for PS4, £19.99 (norm £34.99) from PlayStation Store until 1.59pm on Fri 22 Dec. Next cheapest we found when we looked at 10.45am on Thu 21 Dec, £26.86 at ShopTo (boxed copy).

For more PlayStation deals, see our PS4 games price round-up. Subscribe to PlayStation Plus and you'll receive free downloadable PS4 games every month.

Tesco Direct logoHot console bundles via Tesco 25 off code*Incl cheapest Xbox One S & Nintendo Switch deals we've seen

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Online retailer Tesco Direct* has three codes which get you £5, £10 or £25 off selected products until 11.59pm on Sun 17 Sep, which can net some stonking savings on selected products, including the cheapest Xbox One S and Nintendo Switch consoles we've ever seen.

Below are the three levels of discount you can get with each code and the minimum spend required before you can use it:

  • £5 off when you spend £40-£74.99 using the code TDX-VPKP
  • £10 off when you spend £75-£149.99 using the code TDX-YGHR
  • £25 off when you spend £150+ using the code TDX-TWHJ

Note: Since first publishing this deal on Tue 12 Sep, Amazon* has released three codes to match Tesco Direct's offer on selected gaming products. While the Tesco Direct codes make its prices cheapest or the same as Amazon's in the examples we've picked out below, if you want to buy a Nintendo Switch console, they're cheapest on Amazon using the code VG25OFF150 (neon blue and red Nintendo Switch console for £254* / grey Nintendo Switch console for £254*).

What are the best discounts available?

While the codes work on most items sold by Tesco Direct (infant milk formula and products sold by third parties are excluded), we’ve picked out the following examples using them on consoles and games as they are market-leading deals and the cheapest we’ve ever seen in some cases:

We also found the following non-gaming market-leading deals using the codes on Thu 14 Sep:

  • Amazon Echo Dot (white)* - £44 using code TDX-VPKP (£49 without). Next cheapest we found, £49.99 delivered at Amazon
  • Nutribullet 600* - £64 using code TDX-VPKP (£69 without). Next cheapest we found, £70 delivered at Debenhams

Unless otherwise stated, Tesco Direct delivery is £3 or you can collect at a Tesco store for free (find your nearest*).

Don't assume that just because the codes get you up to £25 off, you won't be able to find an item cheaper elsewhere – always compare prices before buying. Stock is limited on some products so go quick if you want something.

The codes can't be used with any other code and you can only use one of each code per person.

Tesco Direct logoTesco Direct 5-20 off electricals & gaming*Via codes, eg, get a 50 Nutribullet, 39 Amazon Echo Dot

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Online retailer Tesco Direct* has three codes which get you £5, £10 or £20 off on selected home electricals and gaming products until 11.59pm on Sun 3 Sep, which can net some stonking savings on popular products, including the Amazon Echo Dot for £39 and the Nutribullet for £50.

Below are the three leves of discount you can get with each code and the minimum spend required before you can use it:

  • £5 off when you spend between £35 and £74.99 using the code TDX-HMFR
  • £10 off when you spend between £75 and £149.99 using the code TDX-HYTP
  • £20 off when you spend £150 or more using the code TDX-WFTW

What's more, you can use these codes on already discounted items.

What are the best discounts available?

Here’s some of the market-leading deals we found using the codes on Tue 29 Aug:

  • Amazon Fire TV stick with voice remote* - £34.95 using code TDX-HMFR (£39.95 without). Next cheapest we found, £39.95 at Argos.
  • Amazon Echo Dot (white)* - £39 using code TDX-HMFR (£44 without). Next cheapest we found, £44.99 at Amazon. SOLD OUT
  • Destiny 2 pre-order* - £41 using code TDX-HMFR (£46 without) incl free delivery. Next cheapest we found, £42.85 at Simply Games.
  • FIFA 18 pre-order* - £44.99 using code TDX-HMFR (£49.99 without) incl free delivery. Same price at Amazon using the code VG5OFF35 (see below). Next cheapest we found, £46.85 at Simply Games.
  • Fitbit Flex 2* - £49.99 using code TDX-HMFR (£54.99 without). Next cheapest we found, £54.99 at Currys with a two year guaranteeSOLD OUT AT OFFER PRICE
  • Nutribullet 600* - £50.20 using code TDX-HMFR (£55.20 without). Next cheapest we found, £63 at Debenhams.
  • Nutribullet 900 nine-piece* - £79 using code TDX-HYTP (£89 without). Next cheapest we found, £84.99 at Currys. SOLD OUT
  • Amazon Echo (black)* - £89 using code TDX-HYTP (£99 without). Next cheapest we found, £99 at AmazonSOLD OUT AT OFFER PRICE
  • PS4 Slim 500GB console & Destiny 2 pre-order* - £217.94 using code TDX-WFTW (£237.94 without) incl £7.95 delivery, no store collection available. Next cheapest we found, £229.99 at Smyths.

Unless otherwise stated, Tesco Direct delivery is £3 or you can collect at a Tesco store for free (find your nearest*).

Don't assume that just because the codes get you up to £20 off, you won't be able to find an item cheaper elsewhere – always compare prices before buying. Stock is limited on some products so go quick if you want something.

The codes can't be used with any other code, or items sold by third parties, and you can only use one code per person.

AmazonAlso check Amazon codes for games as it's matching the same discounts

Amazon* is code-matching Tesco Direct on selected gaming products sold by Amazon (not third parties) only until 11.59pm on Sun 3 Sep.

It's codes are:

  • £5 off when you spend between £35 and £74.99 using the code VG5OFF35
  • £10 off when you spend between £75 and £149.99 using the code VG10OFF75
  • £20 off when you spend £150 or more using the code VG20OFF150
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Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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