Hoping for a PS5 restock this week? Here are some tips on how to get the console

Hoping for a PS5 restock this week? Here are some tips on how to get the console © Provided by GamesRadar Hoping for a PS5 restock this week? Here are some tips on how to get the console

A PS5 restock seems likely this week, but how do you break through the crowds and secure a PlayStation for yourself? We've got few tips, but it mostly comes down to one thing: sheer bloody-mindedness. Our team of bargain hunters has been doing this for a while now, and it's safe to say that the key to success is persistence (and a bit of luck). With that in mind, be sure to learn when drops are likely to happen (more on that in a moment). Secondly, check with retailers regularly: deals can and often do appear without warning, so you never know when you might get lucky.

So, when is a PS5 restock expected this week? It's tough to say for sure, but Walmart is overdue a drop so could well offer units this Thursday from around 3pm EST judging by previous trends (if Walmart goes at all, it's usually on a Thursday afternoon). Meanwhile, there's a chance we'll see some Target deals this Wednesday - that's certainly what happened last week.

What about Amazon, then? Annoyingly, it could get a PS5 restock at any moment. The last drop was on a Saturday at 3am EST, so it's difficult to predict. As such, check in every now and then as a just-in-case.

While you wait, be sure to watch for Twitter trends and stock trackers as well. They're a good early warning system when it comes to PS5 stock.

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Amazon PS5 restock | Could appear at any time

Amazon surprised us all with a PS5 restock after months of no deals, so all we can suggest is checking on them every now and then to see if you get lucky. We've heard that adding the item to your 'Wishlist' can help speed things along when deals do appear, too.

Hoping for a PS5 restock this week? Here are some tips on how to get the console