Sony hands out $10 PSN credit to 'select active PSN users'

Sony Computer Entertainment in North America is giving $10 in PlayStation Network credit to "select active PSN users," an SCEA spokesperson told Polygon.

When some PSN users signed onto the network today they were greeted with an XMB message that read: "We hope you're enjoying your experience on PlayStation Network. As a gift, here's $10.00 to spend on PlayStation Store. Click on the link below to redeem your credit. Code expires 3/25/13."

In a statement sent to Polygon, a SCEA spokesperson said: "While we don't disclose the exact criteria used, we can say that select active PSN users were chosen to receive an XMB message that included a credit for their SEN Wallet as part of this special promotion."

This is not the first time Sony has given out credit to PSN users. In February, the company gave $10 in PSN credit to thank users for "being a loyal customer and fan of PlayStation Network."

Sony is also running a special offer open to all PSN users during the moth of March that rewards players with $10 in credit for every $50 spent on the network.

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