Grab a Gaming, Tech Education, and VPN Super Bundle for $80 –

When you go shopping for package deals, it’s usually on items at the grocery store, but why shouldn’t it be that way with your tech, too?

The PlayStation Plus, VPN Unlimited, StackSkills Super Bundle covers all your entertainment, online privacy, and education needs, while also being a great way to thank yourself for getting through the year.

This trio of subscriptions includes a full year of PlayStation Plus—the perfect companion to that new console under the tree. Subscribers need an account to play multiplayer online with top games like Destiny 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone, but PS Plus also helps you discover new games with regular discounts. That’s on top of two free games each month.

Users can also tap into a lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited, a PCMag Editors’ Choice pick. Take advantage of more than 500 secure servers, and remain protected against everything from malicious hackers to common adware. VPN Unlimited combines its vast infrastructure with complex encryption and a no-log policy to keep your data safe without slowing you down.

Finally, bundle buyers get lifetime access to StackSkills and its vast library of 1,000-plus online courses. Whatever tech sector or marketing career you want, you’ll probably find some help here. Many courses even include study guides for industry certification exams, along with ways to track progress and invites to webinars with the web’s top educators.

In short, there’s something here for everybody. PCMag readers can get it all in The PlayStation Plus, VPN Unlimited, StackSkills Super Bundle, on sale for $79—95% off the $1,753 MSRP.

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