The PS5 remains unavailable at many major retailers, but gaming stores like Antonline and Newegg may be an option open to gamers this month.
Since its release day nearly two months ago, the PlayStation 5 has been notoriously difficult to purchase for many reasons, including high demand, online-only sales and scalpers, and difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the holiday period, those that missed out on receiving the PS5 for Christmas will still be looking for the next-gen Sony console. But where can you get a PS5? Although shoppers cannot easily pick-up the elusive console off the store shelf, there are still options available.
Antonline PS5 Restock
Antonline released more PS5 bundles which included an extra PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition, Demon’s Souls, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and The Last of Us Part II Standard Edition PS4 for $829.94 on Tuesday.
The retailer seemed to release the PS5 stock in two drops around six hours apart yesterday and alerted its Twitter followers when the consoles became available.
On Monday, Antonline replied to a Twitter user asking about PS5 stock and said: “We will 100% be having more bundles this month.”
Follow Antonline on Twitter and turn on notifications to be alerted when it next release more PS5 bundles or check back at Newsweek for more updates.
Newegg PS5 Restock
Newegg’s PS5 bundle which includes the console, a DualSense Controller, HD Camera for PS5, and a PlayStation Media Remote is listed as “coming soon” on the website. Shoppers have the option of using the auto-notify button to be alerted when the PS5 bundle becomes available.
Simply sign up using your email address and Newegg will notify you when the bundle goes live.
Walmart PS5 Restock
The PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition are not currently showing on the Walmart website, which has the following message for customers searching for the console: “Oops! This item is unavailable or on backorder.”
Walmart has previously warned customers ahead of time that the PlayStation 5 would become available, so follow the retailer on social media to stay in the loop.
Best Buy PS5 Restock
Both the PlayStation 5 and Digital Edition are out of stock at Best Buy and the retailer has not announced when more consoles will become available.
Target PS5 Restock
PlayStation 5 stock will vary by Target store as the consoles are only available to order online and pick up. Check if a Target store within 50 miles has any PS5 consoles in stock using the Target store locator option on the Target website.
Amazon PS5 Restock
The PS5 is currently unavailable on Amazon and the website says: “We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock.” Amazon does not tell customers when consoles will be available, so either check the website frequently or follow Twitter accounts that alert their followers of PS5 drops.
PlayStation Direct PS5 Restock
PlayStation Direct opens its queue once in a while but often without warning. Gamers typically learn of the PS Direct queue opening through gaming and PS5 restock accounts on Twitter. It may be worth bookmarking the PlayStation Direct website and regularly checking if the queue is open.
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