Sections

Sony sells PS Plus subs at retail

Timecards for premium online service spotted in branches of Target

PlayStation 3 maker Sony is now offering subscriptions for its PlayStation Plus online network at retail, starting at branches of US chain store Target.

$18 cards, granting three months of access to the premium service and its roster of free games and early-access demos and media, have been sighted, meaning Plus is now being promoted outside of the standard PSN.

A year's PlayStation Plus subscription is also available, for $50.

Related stories

PS3 was "a stark moment of hubris" - Layden

Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios chairman reflects on last generation's missteps and how the company changed course for PS4

By Brendan Sinclair

UK charts: Spider-Man is fastest-selling game of the year

Most successful week one for a Marvel game

By Christopher Dring

Latest comments

Sign in to contribute

Need an account? Register now.