Update 2: The Walmart PS5 Restock Page has just been updated, and it has disappointing news: “This item is out of stock.” My next one is Amazon, GameStop, and Sony Direct (all linked below).
Update 1: Walmart restores the PS5 approximately every ten minutes. Now see: “This component [PS5] It will return at 3:40 PM ET ”and before selling it again, we saw a similar message at 3:30 PM, 3:20 PM, etc. There is still hope.
Both the Walmart PS5 disc version And the PS5 Digital Edition is for sale Now everyone is trying to buy one. We see messages like “add to cart” (good), “this item Intraday Out of stock “(OK) and” This item has not been added to your shopping cart. This item has just run out. ”(Bad). It changes frequently. In other words, keep checking now that the Best Buy Back PS5 Has dried out.
Walmart makes a point of saying “only available online” and “while supplies are running out.” So don’t go to Walmart physical stores hoping to get the system right, and expect a lot of people to compete for a few PS5 consoles online at $ 499 and $ 399.
Tips for getting your PS5 on Walmart: Go to the links above early (before the Walmart PS5 page crashed) and log into your account. Make sure your credit card information and shipping address are updated. This will make the final exit faster.
This scheduled Walmart PS5 restock may be one of the last times to have a PS5 before the end of the year. Today, Walmart’s PS5 inventory will be shipped after Christmas, while Sony’s Sony Direct Store says December 17th is the last day to order through their website before Christmas. So you are running out of time.
It never hurts to check out other US retailers who may have a PS5 in stock. We were surprised by Target and GameStop with a random PlayStation 5 restocking, so it’s a good idea to cover all of your bases.
We’ll also notice that we didn’t see the Sony Direct Store (mentioned above) release any new consoles on December 15th (and it wasn’t anything yesterday), so the next PS5 could be restocked anytime today. We could see three US retailers have stock in a single 24-hour period, which is something unheard of since Sony launched on November 12, 2020.