Originally Posted by STEELERSRULE
Just got my PS4 today after trading in my PS3, plus accessories. Got a good price in the end at Gamestop. I had alot of TRADE IN MONEY already, and with an extra 50% added to the trade in of the PS3 for a PS4, I walked out of there with it at a good price.
Anyway,i got it home, hooked it up, downloaded latest update, and all is working well. All the apps I want to use ar working just fine. It is hardwired to a Belkin powerline adapter, and is streaming well.
I just purchased the 3-year extended ACCIDENTAL WARRANTY from the Playstation store. I figured why not.
Anyway, after I make the purchase, is there anything else I need to do? It just has that little bag it the avatar for the warranty that says PURCHASED. I do not have to send them anything, do I(receipt/etc...).
I have a PSN account. I activated this PS4 this afternoon, and I am "guessing" that when the transaction went down correctly. Do I have anything else to do, or is my PS4 now covered for 3 years?
Is there anywhere to go on the PS4 to prove I am covered until July 2017?
Also, after I made the purchase, I get this THUMBS UP with a next to it, and then a RATE box next to that. i know what RATE means, but what is that Thumbs up mean? I can put a CHECK MARK next to it, or REMOVE THE CHECK MARK. What is that?
Congrats on the new electric bill expense
- to answer your questions. If you login to PSN store and go to the warranty you shouldn't be able to buy it again. Also Sony should have sent you an email (or will) letting you know the warranty is live and what number to call and your account # for reference.
The thumbs up means you like the item. It applies to games as well, you will see it often. Don't forget to get your PS+ membership and download all free titles, they expire at end of each month. You can logon to the web version of PSN, "purchase" and let them sit in your list of owned titles.