(By Evan-Amos (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)
(Meredith) -- The original PlayStation 3 came out in 2006. If you bought one, you can claim a $65 refund from Sony.
It's due to a class action lawsuit involving a security update. The original PlayStation 3 had the option for an alternate operating system, but the slim version of the console released later removed that feature as part of a security update. This resulted in a class action lawsuit which was settled in 2016. It allows owners of the original PlayStation 3 to claim a $65 payout by submitting a claim form.
To be eligible, you must have purchased the console from an "authorized retailer, provide your PlayStation username and the serial number of your system. The deadline for submitting a claim is April 15, so act fast!