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IGN rounds up the cheapest PS Plus membership deals for February.

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There was never a better time to purchase or renew a PS Plus membership, as it was recently announced that PlayStation Cloud storage will expand to 100GB, allowing up to ten times more space for character profiles and game saves.

Even though this is the first month when Sony will stop offering free content for PS3 and Vita, this month sees some incredible titles on offer for PS4 users, including The Witness and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.

If you are in the need of a new subscription, we’ve rounded up all the cheapest deals for one-year, six-month and three-month memberships below.

The Cheapest 12 Month PS Plus Deals

PS Plus 12-Month Membership for £40.73

We always recommend getting bigger subscription packages if you know you are going to be renewing your membership after the old one runs out. CDKeys currently offers the best price for 12-month PlayStation Plus subscription, especially when you when you Facebook Like their page and redeem your unique promo code that will help you save a further 3% off the list price.

The Cheapest 6 Month PS Plus Deals

6 Month PS Plus Subscription for £37.99

This combination of two 3-month memberships works out cheaper than buying two separately, and Amazon is the only place where you can get this package. You will get two codes worth three months each, which means you can either share it with someone else, or take a break.

The Cheapest 3 Month PS Plus Deals

Playstation Plus 90 Days UK

3 Month PS Plus Subscription from under £17

A year can be a long time to commit to PS Plus membership, so if you need a short-term solution I would go for a 3-month or a 90-day subscription option. You can save an extra 4% if you purchase it via SCDKeys and use our exclusive code IGN4.

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