That doesn't make sense. The most convenient way would be to just get your money straight from the psn store though. That's instant and you don't have to type in codes.
Personally, i get mine from speedway. 3 cards nets you 1,000 bonus points and every three months they do the frequent shopper study that nets you 7,000 points. 20,000 points can be redeemed for a $20 psn card. I usually get $60-$80 of free psn credit every year through speedway.
I don't want my credit card on psn.
Using Sony's billing service is a pain in the ass.
I get trade in credit that I can use at Amazon.
Gamestop.com previous experience were I waited ~6 hours for 2 Psn cards
Amazon.com previous experience were I get the codes instantly.
My discover card gives me reward credit at Amazon.
I get 5% cashback from purchases at Amazon with my discover card.
Most important reason: ease and convenience.
Haha shadowkast. Using direct transaction through the psn store is not the easiest way. You must have not used their billing system more than a few times. For some random reason, it sometimes doesn't recognize my billing address. It's not consistent; and after that fiasco with
Psn being hacked, I just don't trust Psn with credit card info.
Edited by cheapbrokegamer, 13 October 2012 - 03:54 PM.