Updated 27 November 2017

How you can top up your wallet to make purchases from PlayStation Store

This article lists the payment methods accepted for wallet top-ups and explains some information about payments.

 
 

You can use any of these payment methods to top up your PlayStation Store wallet.

Every Sony Entertainment Network master account has a wallet attached to it. This is where your PlayStation Store credit is kept until it is redeemed against purchases and subscriptions. Your wallet can hold a maximum of Rs 10,000 and you can use any of the payment methods shown above to top up your wallet.

Sub accounts do not have a wallet, but can use the master account wallet subject to available funds and any spending limits imposed on the sub account.

PlayStation Network Cards and Sony Entertainment Network Cards are also available from your local superstore or games retailer. Find out how to redeem your voucher code here.

Note:

  • We do not accept Visa Electron or selected local debit cards.
  • The billing address of the payment method must match the billing address for your Sony Entertainment Network account.

If you experience any difficulty with using these payment methods, please click here for assistance.

About your account wallet

This is where your PlayStation Store credit is kept until you redeem it for purchases and subscriptions. Your wallet can hold a maximum of £120.00.

Information for PS3 users

Please note that as of October 2016 the only payment methods accepted if you are using a PS3 system are:

  • Credit/Debit Card
  • PayPal

If you want to use an alternative payment method to purchase content for PS3, please access PlayStation Store via a web browser.