PSP GO For $199...But There's a Catch

November 13, 2009

So you wanted a PSP Go, but just couldn’t envision yourself springing $249 for a handheld. Don’t worry, I couldn’t either. So how about $199, sounds a little more enticing right? Sony, has figured out a way to do just that and it comes in the form of a Playstation card. It’s actually quite similar to the Sony Style deal from last year that would cut $150 bucks off of a PS3. Check out the details below:

Apply now for the PlayStation® Card, be instantly approved and for a limited time receive a $50 card credit when you purchase the new PSP®go at Sony or Sony Style stores.

Bonus Offer: use your new PlayStation® Card to purchase PSP® games and accessories at PlayStation®Network, spend a total of $200 or more over four (4) months and earn an additional $50 card credit. 2

PlayStation® Card Benefits:

  • 5 Sony Rewards Points per $1 spent at, and Sony Style® stores 3
  • Exclusive members-only deals on Sony products
  • Full Platinum Visa® benefits

Earn rewards points while you shop. is the only place you can get instant approval and enjoy immediate use of your PlayStation® Card. Every time you use your PlayStation® Card you’ll get closer to the hot Sony products you want most: PlayStation®3 systems and games, Blu-ray titles, BRAVIA® LCD TVs, VAIO® PCs, Cyber-shot® digital cameras, and more. Plus, unlike ordinary credit cards, you can pile up even more points at the PlayStation® Card website and have the chance to win fantastic Sony prizes.

(VIA PS Blog)

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