We’re officially in the second half of 2021 and PS5 Console restock dates are still all anyone can talk about. Sony knew demand would be high, but this is something else. The COVID-19 Pandemic hasn’t helped, but you have to wonder if it was always going to be this difficult.
Still, if you’re looking for a new console we have information on where and when below.
Where To Buy A PS5 And When?
This week, it looks like there are several major UK retailers gearing up for a PS5 Console restock and drop. PS5StockAlertsUK is always fairly accurate with their suggestions, but it’s worth taking the following with a pinch of salt. It’s guidelines as opposed to anything confirmed.
Still, if you’re looking for a PS5 Console, the restock dates are as follows:
- AO – July 6th to July 8th
- GAME Digital – July 6th to July 8th
- Smyths Toys – July 7th to July 9th
- Very – July 6th to July 8th
In addition to this, we could see ASDA, John Lewis, and Studio all release PS5 Consoles in the next week but there isn’t any idea as to when this will be.
For the most part, these will go live between 07:00 BST and 10:00 BST on the day of the PS5 Console restock. However, there is no way of telling for sure as delays are frequent.
Tips For Online Shopping
This might seem like obvious advice to those of you who have been chasing a PS5 Console for a while now, but if you’re new to the game, there are a few things you can do that should help give you a fighting chance when it comes to trying to by a new PS5 Console on one of the restock dates above.
Firstly, always make an account with the retailer ahead of time. If you shop a lot on Amazon, you know how easy it is. The “Account” system isn’t unique to Amazon and almost every retailer has a way you can save your shipping address and payment information ahead of time. This can save you quite a bit of time while buying things and could be the difference between a PS5 Console or not.
In addition to this, adding a PS5 Console to your “Wishlist” (Or a similar feature) with an Account can help notify you when stock drops are due and/or start. It isn’t a lot, but if you keep an eye on your email inbox it can help.
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