If you’ve seen enough and you’re ready to put money down on Sony’s new-generation console, then the time is now. We don’t know what the supply situation will be like for the PS5, but now that the price has been announced ($500 with an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive, $400 without), and despite Sony’s
that pre-orders will start tomorrow, retailers are lining up to take your money.
PS5 pre-orders will be available starting as early as tomorrow at select retailers.— PlayStation (@PlayStation) September 16, 2020
Posts on social media have indicated GameStop locations are doing in-person pre-orders, albeit with
, while online a couple of retailers have started to offer the console. Pre-orders were briefly available on Walmart.com earlier but now appear to be sold out, and as of this writing the $500 console is available on Target’s website, but that will probably change soon.
If you do plan to go into GameStop to preorder PS5, the numbers there are super limited. Like 10 disc, 2 digital for one store— Wario64 (@Wario64) September 16, 2020
We’ll keep an eye out for more sales and update this post as necessary — drop a note in the comments if you see something first.
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