PSN offer nets you $10 for every $50 spent, pre-order bonuses detailed for new titles

Tuesday, 26th February 2013 16:40 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Starting today and throughout March, Sony will be offering $10 back for every $50 spent using the SEN Wallet. So, for every $100 spent, you will get back $20 at the end of April. The deal includes everything from games to TV shows, basically anything which accepts SEN Wallet funds. Also, new digital titles are available for pre-order which will also net you a free theme, and a along with some offering additional pre-order bonuses for PSN buyers. The list of pre-order titles available is below.

March 5

  • MLB The Show 13: Pre-order from now to March 5 to get a free exclusive theme and an extra 120 million in Franchise Budget to jump start your team.
  • Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk: Pre-order from from now until March 5 to get a free exclusive theme.

March 19: The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct: Pre-order from now to March 19 to get a free exclusive theme.

March 26

  • Bioshock: Infinite: Pre-order the game plus the season pass from now until March 26 to get a free exclusive theme, The Industrial Revolution Gear Pack for Bioshock Infinite, and receive the original Bioshock game as a bonus.
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14: Pre-order from now until March 26 to get a free exclusive theme and receive the Els Club DLC course as a bonus.
  • Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel: Pre-order between now and March 26 to get a free exclusive theme and receive the Overkill Edition as a bonus.

More details through the PS Blog.



  1. ps3fanboy

    of course they will offer this now… since none of this ps3 psn stuff will work on the ps4. they must get rid of their crap without losing too much. if they didn’t offer this they would have ended up getting no money at all. so it is much better sell it off cheap than getting nothing.

    but i ain’t one of them stupid that fall for this crap… they get nothing from me, because all this they offer is just a waste of money, period.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. killersense

    ^they don’t exactly lose anything from this or are in any pressure to get “rid” of them. it is digital and there is no set copies they have to sell like retail. your logic does not make sense. this is more like getting people used to buying games digitally. believe it or not digital is the future whether you accept it or not.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. gamereck36

    Preference media or digital download when purchasing games?

    #3 2 years ago
  4. freedoms_stain

    @1, Lack of backwards compatibility with PS4 hardly makes PS3 content worthless. You sound like a total moron.

    #4 2 years ago

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