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The PS5 is great but impossible to get. That’s the problem for gamers this holiday season, with Walmart, Best Buy and GameStop teasing PS5 and Xbox for Black Friday week, with inventory arriving and apparently selling at lightning speed.
To summarize, SonyIt was officially dropped in the US on November 12 with its online-only launch, and is no longer available at all regular retailers, including Target, Amazon, GameStop, and Best Buy. This applies to both versions of the PS5: the digital version which is only $ 400 and the $ 500 model with Blu-ray both are almost impossible to get. (If you have good broadband and don’t need optical discs – for Blu-ray movies, used games, or old PS4 games – we recommend you .)
Good luck with Walmart. And if you want to spin the roulette wheel with any of the other retailers as well, we’ve compiled a list of retailers who may be stocking the PS5 for the rest of the year.
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You can check out the Amazon page for the $ 400 digital edition via the button below, or if you prefer, go to PS5 with Blu-ray for $ 500.
The best buy is an offer PS5 with Blu-ray for $ 500 Plus the $ 400 digital edition (which you can find by clicking the button below). The retailer also offers a large number of accessories on Landing page for the PS5.
You can check inventory on the $ 400 digital edition at Walmart by clicking the button below, or you can try cutting the price PS5 with Blu-ray for $ 500.
The goal will be a show PS5 with Blu-ray for $ 500 Plus the PS5 Digital Edition which you can find by clicking the button below.
Well, you’re exhausted by all the online and offline retailers, and you’ve decided you’re willing to pay up to $ 300 for this pup by Christmas. As your friend, we have to tell you: Do not do it. But if you don’t want to hear from us, you may want to check out StockX, An eBay alternative that made its name in the secondary market for sneakers and designer clothing. The last time we checked, prices for the PS5 were hovering around $ 820.
It was first published earlier in the year. Updated with the latest news about the PS5.
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