PlayStation 5 in stock at GAME
PS5 customers have been treated to more good news today as consoles are finally available to order in-store.
If you’re looking for a PlayStation 5 console in June, it’s worth heading to your local GAME store to pre-order a device.
As indicated by the ever-trustworthy PS5 UK Stock Twitter account, PlayStation 5 customers will be able to order a device by going to GAME in person on June 21.
After ordering, the PlayStation 5 consoles can be picked up from Friday 25 June.
Needless to say, stock is available in limited quantities, so it may be worth calling ahead to check availability.
On the plus side, the UK retailer will do a check to find out if you’ve ordered before, which should make it harder for scalpers to buy up all the stock.
More positive news is that excess pre-orders will be rolled over to the next batch, meaning you’ll likely get one in July, even if you miss today.
“PlayStation 5 will be available in stores at GAME tomorrow,” reads a PS5 UK Stock tweet. Pre-order in store, pick up from 25th. Disc and digital PS5 standalones. Very limited, about 20 per store. Excess pre-orders will be rolled over to the next batch. 1pp, checks made to see if you’ve pre-ordered .”
If you don’t feel like braving the cold and queuing up for a device, try the link below for possible online additions to GAME.
PlayStation 5 will be available in stores tomorrow at GAME.
– Pre-order in store, pick up from 25th
– Disc and digital #PS5 self-contained
– Very limited, approx. 20 per store
– Excess pre-orders will be moved to the next batch
– 1pp, checks done to see if you’ve ordered before#PS5UK #PS5Restock pic.twitter.com/Eq0XEIC59G
— PS5 UK stock (@PS5UKStock) June 20, 2021
Speaking of PS5 additions, the console is also available from ASDA, although you should get your hands on one soon.
Some fans also believe that the PS5 will be back in stock on Amazon as part of the Prime Day promotion on June 21 and June 22.
To give yourself the best possible chance of getting your hands on a PS5, it’s worth bookmarking some of the more popular stock control accounts.
Some of the accounts mentioned above have Discord groups for PS5 customers, while some have live streams and alerts on sites like YouTube.
Customers are generally encouraged to have multiple devices open when trying to purchase a PlayStation 5, and to sign in to store accounts where available.
If you’re looking for cheap PlayStation 5 games to enjoy with your newly bought console, it’s worth paying a visit to Amazon today.
As part of Amazon Prime Day, the online retailer has discounted some hugely popular PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch games.
The PS5 version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is just £29.99 as part of the Prime Day promotion.
Similarly, fellow Ubisoft Immortals Fenix Rising’s spend is reduced to £21.49, while Watch Dogs Legion costs £21.99.
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