The PS5 restock hunt is well and truly over. We've been watching retailers hold onto standalone consoles and bundles for weeks at a time now, so we're confident things have fully levelled out. That's excellent news for anyone after a console right now - these devices have been difficult to get your hands on even up until just a few months ago.
We're calming our PS5 restock tracking now that the console is truly out in the wild (only a couple of years too late), but we'll keep this page up to date with all the latest stock should inventories start looking thin once again. If you're after the best PS5 deals and bundles, though, you're in luck. We've been seeing more and more price cuts landing on the PS5 now that's it's readily available, with both bundles and even the console by itself dropping some prices. That's unbelievable considering the rush over the last couple of years, so if you're looking to save some cash we'd recommend heading over to our dedicated guide to the latest prices.
Just below, you'll find the latest PS5 stock levels at all your favorite retailers, as well as the stores we'd recommend hitting first for the healthiest supplies and fastest delivery dates.
Where to buy PS5 today
Amazon - available for $499.99
Amazon finally has the standalone console on the shelves and ready to go. This is the best way to buy right now, with no need to spend over MSRP on a bundle option and speedy delivery all rolled into one.
Box - cheapest bundle £529.99
You can also save £10 on a bundle when you head to Box, dropping the £539.99 RRP of this God of War: Ragnarok package down to £529.99. That's the best price we've seen on a bundle so far.
PS5 restocks - US
Amazon - available for $499.99
Amazon has departed its previous email invite only scheme to offer the PS5 console for its regular $499.99 MSRP straight on the page. That's excellent news for anyone looking to get their hands on the console by itself.
Walmart - God of War bundle in stock
Walmart has the God of War Ragnarok bundle back on the shelves at the standard $559 price. That's not exactly a saving over the standalone console above, but handy if you're looking to get into the new God of War game straight from day one.
Sony - in stock now
It's back in business, Sony has the PS5 on the shelves by itself right now which means you can get your hands on the new generation console for its standard $499.99 MSRP.
PS5 restocks - UK
BT - standalone consoles now £469
BT has the best PS5 stock in the game right now, not only offering standalone consoles for all (many of its previous drops have been reserved for BT customers), but actually shaving £10 off the £479.99 RRP. That's the first straight discount we've seen on the console, but we don't know how long it will last.
Box - cheapest bundle £529.99
You can actually save £10 on the God of War Ragnarok bundle right now at Box. The package usually comes in at £539.99 but clocks in at £529.99 right now. That's excellent value considering stock was impossible to come by just a few months ago.
ShopTo - cheapest bundle £539.85 with £20 gift card
Not only does ShopTo have the God of War Ragnarok bundle on the shelves, but it's had to step up its game with the wave of standalone consoles we're seeing at the moment. That means you can score yourself a £20 gift card on top of your order here - that's the best way to get the highest value for your money right now.
Amazon - bundles in stock now
You can pick up a PS5 with a copy of God of War: Ragnarok for £539.99 at Amazon right now, with shipping times clocking just a few days. That's excellent news if you're looking to get going with one of last year's biggest releases.
Currys - cheapest bundle £449
Currys has standalone consoles on the shelves this week, but you can also grab the cheaper Digital Edition console in a bundle as well. There are a range of packages available, but the Digital Edition God of War Ragnarok package is the cheapest right now. That'll send you home with an all-digital console and a copy of the latest Kratos instalment for £449.
Studio - cheapest bundle £464.99
The Digital Edition is back on the shelves at Studio, which means you've got another chance to pick up cheaper PS5 stock today. We're not seeing any standalone consoles on the shelves right now, but the cheapest bundle will send you home with a £35 PSN card and download codes for Fortnite Minty Legends and Just Dance 2.
PS5 restocks - Canada
- Canada PS5 ($629.99): Amazon | Walmart | Best Buy
- Canada PS5 Digital Edition ($499.99): Amazon | Best Buy | Walmart
Our PS5 restock top tips
We've been tracking PS5 restocks since the console launched, scouring the web day after day for even a hint of a DualSense on the shelves. That means we've seen hundreds of drops come and go and resisted the urge to dive into each and every one ourselves. We've certainly picked up some tips and tricks to finding these elusive drops along the way.
1. Register for email invites
This is the first thing you need to do as soon as you consider buying a PS5. Amazon and Sony both offer the chance to sign up for an email invite to their future stock drops and you should be taking them up on it. While you're not guaranteed a win in these situations, you will have a far greater chance of waking up to some good news.
2. Sign in and save your details
If you come across a PS5 restock out in the wild, the last thing you'll want to be doing is faffing at checkout. This is where we see the vast majority of punters missing out, their consoles sniped from right under their noses. This is a race, so you'll need to be as speedy through the process as possible. The best way to do so is sign in with all the retailers above and save your payment and shipping details to reduce clicks when it's crunch time.
3. Consider memberships
While this isn't such a big deal as it was earlier in the year (Best Buy has stopped reserving stock for its Total Tech members and Amazon doesn't require a Prime account any longer), Walmart still aims its restocks at its Plus members only. It's worth investing in a month's membership if you hear about a Walmart restock due. You'll have plenty of advance warning with this particular retailer.
4. Follow social media
Social media has been a saving grace in the great console race - it's simply the fastest way to find out about stock drops happening right now. And you'll need that speed. We're still seeing PS5s selling out in minutes at certain US retailers (the UK seems to be holding out a little longer), which means every second counts once a store pushes that big red button.
5. Keep refreshing
Refreshing a site's page when you know a restock is going down all around you means you'll have the best chance to landing on a good wave. These sites go bananas when consoles land, which means they can often buckle under the pressure and show an out of stock message. Keep trying and you'll likely catch a winning loop.
6. Don't give up
If you've hammered that refresh button to death and you're still getting nowhere, don't give up. We sometimes see sites turning off the faucet when the demand grows too high, only to switch those consoles back on again once interest has waned. Stick around for another wave of stock and you could get lucky.
7. Don't buy from marketplace sellers
If you're new to the PS5 restock race you may be tempted to sink some extra cash into a scalper's listing. Don't. There are plenty of PS5 restocks happening every month and there's no need to pay more than the MSRP.
Should you buy PS5 restock bundles?
Picking up a PS5 by itself is far more difficult than finding it bundled up with some games and accessories. Retailers prefer to package extra kit into their listings, and they do tend to stick around on the shelves a lot longer. We'd always recommend checking the value of the additional PS5 accessories you're buying against the total of the bundle, however, to make sure you're not being ripped off - you should only ever pay MSRP for anything you find.
Is it still hard to buy PS5?
The state of PS5 stock today depends on your region. In the US, individual consoles are particularly difficult to locate and even bundles represent a rare opportunity. However, over in the UK we're seeing far more bundles holding their position on the shelves (standalone consoles are still rare).
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