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PS5 restock tracker - today's potential deals from Amazon, Walmart, and more

PS5 restock
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PS5 restock deals are like gold dust at the best of times, so we're here to help you find them as easily as possible. Because our team of bargain-hunters is always looking out for console offers, we've got plenty of tips on where (and when) to strike. Combine this with a bit of luck, and you might - just maybe - get a shiny new console sometime soon.

PS5 restock updates: June 11 2021

Can we expect a PS5 restock today? Well, maybe. The UK had some decent luck yesterday so maybe that bodes well for the US market too. 

But, as we're on Friday now, there are some potential big hitters to look out for and keep pages open of, if you can. So, while Target, Walmart, and Best Buy have been more consistent on Thursdays, we'd very much extend this to Firdays still, too. Particularly with Best Buy. Remember it's very possible that one of these retailers is holding some stock of that Ratchet and Clank-themed bundle to bring in the weekend with. What sweetness that would be. Cheep checking and stay alert.

Watch out for Amazon, too. It has an annoying habit of dropping a PS5 restock at the weirdest times, so it's a good idea to keep checking the site every now and then.

Things start to get interesting around about now, so your chances are good. Although GameStop missed its usual Wednesday drop, the retailer has hinted that it might offer deals later in the week. We wouldn't be surprised if it was holding off for a Ratchet and Clank bundle this Friday.

And also don't forget about the upcoming Prime Day PS5 deals, Prime Day laptop deals, Prime Day TV deals, and Prime Day board game deals that are right around the corner.

PS5 ($499.99) | Check at Amazon
If you're unsure of which PS5 to get, this is the one you want - it has a 4K Blu-ray disc-drive. That means you can play physical games, DVDs, and Blu-rays on it, which winds up being a lot cheaper in the long run than buying digitally.
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PS5 Digital Edition ($399.99) | Check at Amazon
This version of the PS5 is a tempting offer; because it doesn't have a disc drive, it's much cheaper than the standard PS5. Plus, it's identical in every other way. Just be aware that you can't use game, DVD, or Blu-ray discs on it - everything has to be bought digitally, which is often more expensive in the long run.
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Previous PS5 restock dates at retailers

We're actively checking these stores throughout the day, so click the links and see if the console is back yet. Just make sure you don't pay more than the standard price (unless it's part of a bundle, anyway). The normal PS5 should cost $499.99 and the Digital Edition is $399.99, so anything more expensive than that should be giving you bonus items like games or accessories.

For more info on which stores are most likely to come up with the PS5 restock goods, don't forget to visit our PS5 stock guide.


Once your PS5 is on its merry way, be sure to check out our guides on the best PS5 headsets and best TV for PS5 if you want the top audio-visual experience to go alongside your new pride and joy. And if you find yourself running out of storage capacity further down the line, then our PS5 SSD or best PS5 external hard drives guides will be of use.

As one of the site's Hardware Editors, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from Metro.co.uk and PC Gamer to TechRadar), and have worked at GamesRadar+ since 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.