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PSN cards to spread to more retailers in October and November

Friday, 26th September 2008 19:49 GMT By Patrick Garratt

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SCEA’s announced that PSN cards are to become more available in the US over the next few months, with more retailers getting in on the act in October and November.

The cards will be available at Walmart, Best Buy, select Sam’s Club stores in October 2008, and at Barnes & Noble College Bookstores in November.

“The PlayStation Network Cards are an easy way for PSP and PS3 fans to obtain great games, movies, TV shows and other entertainment through PlayStation Network and we are pleased to offer them at major retailers nationwide,” said PSN boss Eric Lempel, director.

“With the holiday season right around the corner, these cards are an ideal gift option for friends and family, whether they are movie aficionados, dedicated gamers or something in between.”

Press release after the link.

PlayStation Network Cards Expanded Availability
The pre-paid cards hit multiple retail outlets in November.

US, September 26, 2008 – Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) is expanding the availability of the popular PlayStation Network Cards to additional major retailers nationwide this holiday season. The PlayStation Network Cards, which can be used to purchase content for PlayStation 3(PS3) and PSP (PlayStation Portable) systems, will be available at Walmart, Best Buy, select Sam’s Club outlets in October 2008, and at Barnes & Noble College Bookstores locations in November 2008.

With the cards, PS3 and PSP fans can buy games, movies, TV shows, themes and add-on content from the PlayStation Store and other PlayStation Network services. The PlayStation Network Cards are available in $20.00 and $50.00 denominations and are currently offered at Blockbuster, Pamida, Meijer Superstores and Speedway store locations.

“The PlayStation Network Cards are an easy way for PSP and PS3 fans to obtain great games, movies, TV shows and other entertainment through PlayStation Network and we are pleased to offer them at major retailers nationwide,” said Eric Lempel, director, PlayStation Network Operations, SCEA. “With the holiday season right around the corner, these cards are an ideal gift option for friends and family, whether they are movie aficionados, dedicated gamers or something in between.”

Additional information on the PlayStation Network Cards, uses, restrictions and retail availability can be found at www.us.playstation.com/PS3/About/pscard.

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  1. David

    nice :)

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Syrok

    Hint: There is more land 6 hours to the east of your country and it’s not Asia nor Africa.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Plainview

    this doesn’t effect me at all I just tweaked my screen name a bit

    #3 6 years ago