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Amazon stops selling PSN codes?

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#1 Albert Wesker

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 02:16 PM


In an extremely surprising move, Amazon has gone and removed every single piece of PlayStation Network content from their website, including prepaid cards, without any explanation.

Here’s the official word straight from Amazon, courtesy of PSN Stores:

We have no announcements regarding this change in selection, however we can confirm that Amazon Digital Video Game Downloads is not currently offering Playstation Network Online Game Codes and Points Cards.

Right now links to anything PSN related have been removed, and the PlayStation Network “hub” on Amazon is completely gone, and URLs to any of the content coming up blank. Even PlayStation Network value cards aren’t available from Amazon.com anymore. Third-party sellers still offer them through the website, but at a much higher cost.

Don’t worry if you previously purchased anything though, as that content can still be accessed. No word yet from Sony on just what is going on, but we will keep you posted once we hear anything.

This is pretty disappointing...it was super convenient to buy codes on Amazon. Hopefully they get it together and start offering them again.

#2 artofwot


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Posted 21 October 2011 - 03:23 PM

Huh, I wonder if this means Sony is a little worried about the success of Amazon's PC download service.

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