PLAYSTATION 5 restocks are still going strong with more taking place this week in the US and UK.
Retailers have been getting more PS5 consoles and bundles in as we head towards Black Friday, so you’ve got plenty of opportunities to bag one for Christmas.
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- PS5 bundles in stock at Walmart – buy here
Signing up for retailers’ email alerts is a good way to keep on top of things.
Following stock tracking accounts on social media and turning on notifications is also a great way to be among the first to be notified.
Of course, you can also bookmark this page which we’ll keep updated with rumoured and confirmed PS5 stock drops.
Alternatively, you can try your luck with our Xbox Series X stock tracker.
Where to buy PS5 in the UK
There have been quite a few PS5 restocks at UK retailers over the past couple of weeks.
EE is having one today with a handful of bundles available from 8.30am. And you don’t have to pay the whole upfront cost either.
They start from £45 per month for 11 months, with £10 upfront – interest free.
Argos is reportedly having a PS5 restock tomorrow.
GAME also been tipped for PS5 bundles on October 29 and Smyths’ website says it’s having a restock next month.
Here’s the lay of the land now:
- Amazon – out of stock
- EE – in stock
- Very – out of stock
- Studio – out of stock
- Argos – out of stock
- eBuyer – out of stock (coming soon)
- GAME – out of stock
- Currys – out of stock
- Smyths Toys – out of stock (coming November)
- John Lewis – out of stock
Where to buy PS5 in the US
We’ve seen a slew of restocks at US retailers too, with some even letting customers purchase in-store.
GameStop is having an in-store PS5 restock today in fact, across seven cities:
- Los Angeles
- San Antonio
- Miami-Ft. Lauderdale
- Rhode Island
Walmart has a number of bundles available now but they’re not cheap.
Target is on the radar for a PS5 restock with stock tracker Jake Randall saying there’s a “high chance” it will happen today.
If that pans out, expect stock to go live between 6am – 9am ET online with an in-store only pickup.
Randall points out that Target updates its PS5 product page around 20 minutes to an hour before it goes live, so you should get a heads up.
If it doesn’t happen today, Wednesday is the next likely date.
Amazon has also been tipped for a possible restock over the next couple days, based on previous patterns.
PS5 stock tracker Matt Swider expects an Amazon PS5 restock “on or around October 21”.
While it’s not confirmed, it’s worth keeping the site or app open and checking in periodically.
As we barrel towards Black Friday, we expect a number of retailers to release their inventory over the holiday.
And some are even offering early access to their PS5 stock drops as part of a paid service.
Walmart+ is giving early access to its Black Friday deals, while GameStop’s PowerUp Rewards Pro specifically gives you first dibs on new consoles.
Meanwhile, Best Buy’s pricey Totaltech gives ‘exclusive access’ to ‘hard-to-find tech products’. But beware of using it to get a PS5 and trying to cancel and refund the membership.
- Walmart+ – sign up for $12.95/ month or $98/ year
- GameStop PowerUp Rewards Pro – sign up for $14.99/year
- Best Buy Totaltech – sign up for $199.99/year
If you’d rather not pay for the opportunity to simply buy a console, you’ll need to be quick off the mark when the PS5 restocks drop at these retailers:
- Amazon – out of stock
- Best Buy – out of stock
- B&H – out of stock
- GameStop – in-stock (in-store only)
- Walmart – in stock
- Target – out of stock
Last stock check: October 26, 2021.
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