Been thinking about trying PlayStation Vue? Right now PlayStation Vue’s Core Package is on sale for just $39.99 a month for the first two months. (Typically this package costs $49.99 a month.) All new subscribers can get the deal, and if you are a PlayStation Vue subscriber who does not have the Core Plan, you can also take advantage of this sale. Hurry though as this deal ends tonight.
About PlayStation Vue:
Plans and Pricing
When you sign up for a PlayStation Vue subscription, you’ll have 4 plans to choose from.
- Access: $44.99/month for 50 channels
- Core: $39.99/month until 5/6/19 for 75 channels
- Elite: $59.99/month for 99 channels
- Ultra: $79.99/month for 101 channels
Each level has something different to offer. The Access plan is the most basic and offers popular channels like ESPN and Disney. The Core plan adds sports channels including ESPN News and the MLB Network. The Elite plan adds movies from channels like Epix and FXX. Finally, the Ultra plan adds premium channels including Showtime and HBO.
You can watch PlayStation Vue content on the following devices:
- PlayStation 4
- PlayStation 3
- Roku TV
- Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- Android TV
- Android and iOS Devices
- Amazon Fire Tablets
- Google Chromecast
Along with the channels offered in each package, there are several add-on channels and bundles for an additional monthly fee.
- Sports Pack $10/month
- FX+ $5.99/month
- Español Pack $4.99/month
There are also several premium channels that can be subscribed to as standalone channels or added to any of the PlayStation Vue plans.
- HBO $15/month
- Cinemax $15/month
- HBO + Cinemax bundle $21.99/month
- Showtime $10.99/month
- Epix + Showtime bundle $13.99/month
- Fox Soccer Plus $14.99/month
PlayStation Vue will let you watch 5 streams simultaneously. However, you can only watch on 3 away from your home area, including smartphones and tablets.
A PlayStation Vue subscription comes with “unlimited” Cloud DVR storage that will allow you to record up to 500 programs. Your content will be saved for 28 days. After recording, you can watch at home or on the go. You can fast forward through recorded content on all channels except Fox, FX, and FXX.
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