If you're lo0oking to score a great deal on a PlayStation Plus membership, you're not alone. Luckily, there is a way to get a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership today for almost half-price, which is great for those looking to score monthly free games and unlimited online access! 

There are a few solid deals going on right now through verified Ebay accounts that allow players to purchase a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership for just $35.99, which is a significant drop than the usual $59.99 price tag. One thing to be conscious of, however, is that this deal is available for only a limited time, so if you're interested - snag it now right here. 

For those that may not understand why memberships like PlayStation Plus are so popular, there is a lot of benefit to becoming a PS Plus-er. From monthly free games from Sony that are yours to keep as long as the membership remains active, to the ability to play online with friends and the community as a whole with multiplayer adventures - there is so much to the membership that makes it worthwhile. It's a great addition, even more so with the PlayStation 5 launch on the horizon! 

If the above points aren't enough to sway you, there is also the ability to access exclusive deals and discounts thanks to the PlayStation Store. The online store offers unique sales just for PlayStation Plus members, which means if you go through games quickly, that access alone will pay back the annual membership cost. 

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With the next generation of gaming looming ahead for the holiday season, console purchases will once again go through the roof. The Xbox Live is a phenomenal addition for those looking to score and Xbox Series X, and the PlayStation Plus membership also sweetens the new console deal immensely. 

What are your thoughts about the Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus memberships? Is the latest PlayStation Plus membership sale enough to entice you into joining the party or purchasing it for another gamer in your life? Sound off with your thoughts over on Twitter @PrimaGames!