MegaMettaur posted...EffectAndCause posted...

If you put down 50 dollars, and you're planning on buying something that's 50 dollars and you get that for free, you've saved 50 dollars, which means the net amount you spent is 0 dollars.

I take it you have never balanced a check book in your life, or never done math. If you spend $50, the net amount is $50.

hes just saying he "saved" the other $50. just like any sale out there, if you go to the store to spend $500 on a tv, and then see its on sale for $400, that saved you $100. or if you were going to buy $100 worth of $25 games, its like you bought 2 and got the other 2 free, since you only spent $50 for all 4.

with ps+ hes saying without the service he wouldve spent hundreds or a whole lot more in the store, but because of the service he only had to pay $50, so he saved a bunch more money. if I have a $200 game budget and learn I only have to spend $50, thats $150 free for other things, so its like a "gain" in a sense.