When will the Sony PS5 console be back in stock? 

When the Playstation 5 console was launched last year, it rapidly became out of stock. But, for anyone desperate to get their hands on one, restocks are due to start this week. 

Because restocks are still rare and items move quickly, here are the retailers to keep an eye on in the coming days, as they are due to update their stock soon. 

US retailers: 

  • Walmart
  • Target
  • Best Buy
  • Amazon
  • Sony Direct
  • GameStop
  • Costco
  • B&H Photo
  • Antonline
  • Newegg
  • Adorama
  • Sam’s Club

UK retailers: 

  • Very
  • Game
  • Amazon
  • Argos
  • Smyths Toys
  • Asda
  • Studio
  • John Lewis
  • AO
  • Ebuyer
  • Box
  • BT
  • Currys

Australian retailers: 

  • Amazon AU
  • EB Games 
  • JB Hi-Fi 
  • Sony Online 

Canadian retailers: 

  • Best Buy
  • EBGames
  • Amazon
  • Walmart

How much does the PS5 cost? 

Sony’s Playstation 5 costs $499 in the US, which is £449 in the UK, and AU$749.95 in Australia. This makes it roughly the same price as the Xbox Series X. 

The PS5 Digital Edition costs a bit less at $399.99 (£359.99 or AU$599.85). This edition is great value-for-money as it is still a fully-fledged console with high specifications. 

When will the PS5 be available? 

At the moment, the PS5 is out of stock at most retailers. However, in the last few weeks, there have been some restocks, and it’s predicted that more will be available in the coming days. 

We recommend checking the retailers listed frequently, as well as preparing your shipping details and logins in advance to allow for a speedy checkout. 

Additionally, to avoid spending time searching for the product, it’s a good idea to bookmark the pages. This way, if a restock is announced, you can quickly access the page. 

Lastly, if you miss out on the chance to buy a PS5 console this month, there will be more chances to do this in the near future. But, for now, make sure you keep checking the websites. 

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