PS Sale

It's October again, and Sony is ready to push the PlayStation Store by giving away free money. For every $50 spent from now until October 29th, buyers will be able to get back $10 the following month.

While mostly marketed towards its digital day-one offerings, this deal covers everything from DLC, pre-orders into the following month, and PlayStation Plus subscriptions. Sony provided a list of digital day-one games and their pre-order bonuses to accompany the sale announcement.

Game Release Date Pre-order Bonus
NBA 2K14 10/1/2013 King James Pack & Exclusive Theme
F1 2013 10/8/2013 Exclusive Theme
10% off pre-order for PS Plus
F1 2013: Classic Edition Game Bundle 10/8/2013 F1 Race Stars & Exclusive Theme
10% off pre-order for PS Plus
Lego Marvel Superheroes 10/22/2013 Exclusive Theme
Rocksmith 2014 10/22/2013 "Cherub Rock" by The Smashing Pumpkins & Exclusive Theme
Batman Arkham Origins 10/25/2013 Deathstroke DLC & Exclusive Theme
Battlefield 4 10/29/2013 China Rising Expansion & Exclusive Theme
WWE 2K14 10/29/2013 The Ultimate Warrior Character & Exclusive Theme
Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag 10/29/2013 Exclusive Aveline Figurehead & Theme
Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition 10/29/2013 Exclusive Aveline Figurehead & Theme
Call of Duty Ghosts 11/5/2013 Free Fall Map & Exclusive Theme
Call of Duty Ghosts Digital Hardened Edition 11/5/2013 Free Fall Map & Exclusive Theme
Need for Speed Rivals 11/19/2013 Ultimate Cop Pack & Exclusive Theme
Watch_Dogs 11/19/2013 Exclusive PlayStation mission, R33B Gun & Theme

Up to $100 can be made through this deal, meaning you will have to spend a whopping $500 to make full use of it. My pockets aren't that deep, Sony.

The $10 can be put towards anything on the PlayStation Store, be it a PlayStation 2 Classic, a cheap indie game, or even upgrading Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghost, or any available game to the PlayStation 4 version when they are released.

Between Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed IV, and Watch_Dogs, which I am guessing you can pre-order before the end of the sale, I don't know where to begin.