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Add funds to your SEN wallet with PayPal this week, get $10 store credit

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 10 Dec 2014 12:42

Add funds to your SEN wallet with PayPal this week, get $10 store credit Sony is running a limited offer for PlayStation Store customers with PayPal that can get you $10 store credit to use later this month.
To qualify, you will need to use PayPal to add $60 to your SEN wallet before Tuesday, December 16. The offer applies to the United States and Canada. You will be sent a code by December 23 to redeem $10 credit to spend in the PlayStation Store. The code will be delivered to users who qualify via XMB message on PS3, system messaging on PS4 or the e-mail account associated with your Sony Entertainment Network account.

There's some things to remember about the promotion. Firstly, it is limited to $10 credit per account, so using PayPal to add $120 to your PS Store wallet will not result $20 credit. Secondly, you will need to add the $60 or more to your SEN wallet or using PayPal through their PS4 or through the web store at store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com.

SEN wallets can only hold a maximum of $150 USD at a time so a balance at or below $90 USD is required to participate.

And last thing to remember, you must redeem the code by January 22, 2015.

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