£15 PSN top up for £5* PLUS O2 priority PLUS credit on sim PLUS phone upgade

Hopefully you will like this more than "not a lot"!!!! 

I put this in the student section as theoretically, we are all still learning!!!!!!!


My tip will take a little working around but in effect you could get £15 PSN credit for £5* and have a number for O2 priority freebies through your giffgaff sim.  Do need to be registered with Quidco for this.  If you don't have PSN, then you can use the credit for other things too (£20 in total)


This is what you do:

Click on this link http://www.quidco.com/o2-free-sim/?st=o2 free sim&tr=2292&fn=home&fr=top&si=57bd6665ac9ca&sv=4-MS  and order yourself a FREE O2 PAYG sim - £5 cashback when you activate the sim with £10 (no guarantee it will track though - so may cost you £10 for £15 credit - but you still get O2 priority for your phone)


O2 currently have a FREE £10 credit for sim activations - so you get your £10 top up plus a free £10 top up = £20 in total http://www.o2.co.uk/termsandconditions/rewards/o2-pay-and-go-10-pound-extra-credit-offer-terms-and-conditions


You know have £20 that you can use for PSN top up (can only use £15 as you need to use multiples of £5 and will be charged for text to confirm payment (14p) - you are not limited to PSN, you can spend the credit on many other options including betting websites!!


You now also have an active O2 number (with £4.86 on it if you have used the £15 for a PAYG credit purchase) that will allow you to download and register the O2 priority app onto your phone.  The O2 sim will need to be in your phone when you install the app to recognise it is an O2 number, once the app is installed, you can put any other network sim back in the phone and O2 priority will continue to work.  You know have lots of cheapy and free deals each week (depending on your location and tastes - including £1 lunch deals on Mondays, Café Nero coffee on Tuesday etc etc.


Keep the O2 sim active and in 6 months time, you will also be able to go for a Carphones Warehouse PAYG upgrade using the O2 sim (as long as Carphone Warehouse have the option) - this can lead to a free or very cheap phone) https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/pay-as-you-go.html#!/sort/p_t_upfrontprice/tab/upgrade - you can use, give away or trade in at CEX etc


So in effect, your £5 investment (*£10 if Quidco does not pays out) gets you: 

£15 spendable PAYG credit on the O2 sim PLUS access to lots of freebies on O2 Priority app PLUS a potential PAYG phone upgrade deal with Carphone Warehouse in 6 months time......... now that is what I call MAGIC!!


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