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#1 squishface

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:44 AM

I got a good bit of credit left from my $50 psn card and was thinking about getting ps plus. I've been told that a credit card is required in order for me to even activate it. I have some trial codes that I can use but I keep getting told that my credit card will be needed. The whole reason I got a psn card was so I don't have to put my credit card in.

I couldn't find any info on the playstation forums about this. Does anyone know if I can use the credit to buy plus or even use the credit in case I want to purchase something. I can just go to a store a buy the 3 month card if I need to. If psn is going to charge me, i'd rather it be my psn pre paid card rather then my credit card.


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#2 Yanksfan

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:59 AM

Correct, if you use your PSN credit, you do not need to use or input your credit card for anything, including PS Plus. I have never entered my credit card on the PSN store or XBLA as I do not want them to store my info on their servers or for them to renew a membership without my permission, but I have bought a ton of content on both using prepaid cards.


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#3 J7.

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Posted 11 August 2013 - 04:11 AM

You do not need a credit card to get PS+, you can use your PSN credit that you buy at retail. I don't know if you can use PS+ trials without a credit card however.