We're continuing to see plenty of consoles on the shelves right now, as the PS5 restock war takes a break to enjoy a bountiful supply of stock. That means you can get your hands on both standalone consoles and bundles in the US and UK right now, and we're showing you exactly how to do so

**Walmart** (opens in new tab) should be your first stop over in the US - we've spotted the aforementioned God of War: Ragnarok bundle live on the shelves for the standard $559 MSRP today. However, if you're after a console by itself, then you'll be heading to either **Amazon** (opens in new tab) or **Sony** (opens in new tab). The former is sending out its email invites today, whereas we've spotted standalone consoles flickering in and out of stock at the latter

Over in the UK,
**Currys** (opens in new tab) and **Very** (opens in new tab) are straddling the market right now. The former has standalone consoles and bundles on the shelves with speedy delivery. Meanwhile, Very is offering the cheapest bundle we've found today - a £449.99 package including the Digital Edition device and a copy of God of War: Ragnarok

You'll find all the latest PS5 restock action just below, as well as the retailers you should be checking every day and our own top tips for finding new stock further down the page

## Where to buy PS5 today
You'll find the current PS5 stock situation as of 10.39am ET / 3.39pm GMT on Thursday, January 26 below

**Walmart | ** **Grab the God of War bundle for $559** (opens in new tab)
The God of War: Ragnarok bundle is still in stock at Walmart for $559 today. That's the best way to grab a console right now, without waiting for an email invite

**PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **Horizon Forbidden West bundle** (opens in new tab)
**Amazon | ** **Register for email invites** (opens in new tab) **Amazon has been on a roll recently, offering four PS5 restocks in the last two weeks. We were used to seeing this stock going live every Friday, but things are stepping up now. We'd recommend getting your name down on the email invite list to make sure you're in with a shot this week. You'll also find a Horizon Forbidden West bundle

** **up for grabsopens in new tab) and a Digital Edition **bundle as wellopens in new tab). **UK - Currys | ** **consoles available at £479.99** (opens in new tab) **Currys should be your go-to if you're after a standalone console. We're seeing plenty of stock up for grabs with speedy delivery right now, all at the standard £479.99 RRP

** **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab)
**UK - Very | ** **cheapest bundle £449.99** (opens in new tab)
Very has the cheapest bundle on the shelves right now, with this God of War Ragnarok Digital Edition package. You're getting the disk-less console with the blockbuster title for just £449.99 right now

**Horizon Forbidden West Bundle** (opens in new tab)
## PS5 restocks - US
**Walmart - ** **God of War bundle in stock** (opens in new tab)
Walmart has the God of War Ragnarok bundle back on the shelves at the standard $559 price this festive season. That's excellent news if you didn't quite find a console-shaped box under the tree this year

**PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **Horizon Forbidden West bundle** (opens in new tab)
**Amazon - ** **sign up for email invite (next round today (opens in new tab) **Amazon has been offering plenty of email invites for those after a console recently. Simply enter your email address and you'll be in with a shot at receiving your own unique link to buy when the next round launches. We often see Amazon restocking every Friday, but we've had double waves in the past

** **Sony - ** **standalone consoles available at $499.99** (opens in new tab) **It's back in business, Sony has the PS5 on the shelves by itself right now which means you can get your hands on the new generation console for its standard $499.99 MSRP

** **Best Buy** (opens in new tab) ** - last seen December 5
**Best Buy had another PS5 restock at the start of December, though this one was reserved for TotalTech members (opens in new tab). Still, if you're already subscribed we'd keep an eye out here, as the gap between this retailer's last restock and this latest drop was much shorter than before. **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **Horizon Forbidden West bundle** (opens in new tab)
**GameStop** (opens in new tab) ** - last restock September 24
**GameStop has been out of therace recently. We saw Pro Members rocking up to brick and mortar stores to enjoy exclusive PS5 bundles back in September, but haven't heard anything since. **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital (bundle (opens in new tab) ** | ** **Horizon Forbidden West Bundle** (opens in new tab)
**Target** (opens in new tab) ** - last restock April 15**

Target has moved to an in-store first approach, which means you'll be able to scout out local stock without competing against the entire country. The last time we saw an online PS5 restock here was back in April, so we'd recommend checking your regional availability

**PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab)
## PS5 restocks - UK
**Amazon - ** **sign up for email invites** (opens in new tab)
Amazon is the best place to get your eye on a standalone console in the UK. While other retailers have had spotty stock over the last few months, we'd heavily recommend having this running the background. If you're lucky, you'll receive an exclusive link to buy a PS5 console in your inbox during the next restock wave

**PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **Horizon Forbidden West Bundle** (opens in new tab)
**Currys - ** **consoles available at £479.99** (opens in new tab) **Standalone PS5 stock is now available at Currys, which means you won't need to spend over that $479.99 RRP by grabbing a bundle today. That's excellent news, following an onslaught of packages available here over the last week

** **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab)
**Very - ** **cheapest bundle £449.99** (opens in new tab)
Very has the Digital Edition of the PS5 console on the shelves right now, with a copy of God of War Ragnarok included. That makes for the cheapest bundle price we're seeing today

**Horizon Forbidden West Bundle** (opens in new tab)
**ShopTo - ** **cheapest bundle £539.85 with £20 gift card** (opens in new tab) **Not only does ShopTo have the God of War Ragnarok bundle on the shelves, but it's had to step up its game with the wave of standalone consoles we're seeing at the moment. That means you can score yourself a £20 gift card on top of your order here - that's the best way to get the highest value for your money right now

** **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab)
**Sony - ** **standalone consoles available for £479.99** (opens in new tab) **Sony has the PS5 console in stock by itself for the standard £479.99 RRP right now. That's a rare sight indeed, so it's well worth jumping on this stock before you're forced to pick up a bundle again

** **Game - ** **consoles available for £479.99** (opens in new tab) **Game also has the PS5 in stock by itself right now, and you can net yourself a free cap on top. If that's the kind of crazy merch you're after, this is a great shout today

** **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **Horizon Forbidden West bundle** (opens in new tab)

**Box - ** **cheapest bundle £539.99** (opens in new tab) **Box has the standard God of War: Ragnarok bundle back on the shelves today, after running out of consoles at the start of the month. You'll also find plenty of other bundles available, though, with extra accessories up for grabs

** **Studio - ** **cheapest bundle £664.99** (opens in new tab) **Studio was previously offering some cheaper Digital Edition bundles, but you'll find this £664.99 Disk Edition mega-pack in its place today. You're getting God of War: Ragnarok, FIFA 23, and the latest Call of Duty here

** **BT** (opens in new tab)last seen October 12
**BT has been offering PS5 stock to its own customers for weeks now, but it looks like that supply has finally run dry. You won't find any consoles here at the moment, but stay tuned because these are often some of the best value bundles out there. **PS5** (opens in new tab) ** | ** **PS5 Digital** (opens in new tab)
## PS5 restocks - Canada
Canada PS5 ($629.99):in new tab) | Walmart(opens in new tab) | Best Buy(opens in new tab) Canada PS5 Digital Edition ($499.99):in new tab) | Best Buy(opens in new tab) | Walmart(opens in new tab)
## Our PS5 restock top tips
We've been tracking PS5 restocks since the console launched, scouring the web day after day for even a hint of a DualSense on the shelves. That means we've seen hundreds of drops come and go and resisted the urge to dive into each and every one ourselves. We've certainly picked up some tips and tricks to finding these elusive drops along the way

**1. Register for email invites
**This is the first thing you need to do as soon as you consider buying a PS5. Amazon and Sony both offer the chance to sign up for an email invite to their future stock drops and you should be taking them up on it. While you're not guaranteed a win in these situations, you will have a far greater chance of waking up to some good news. **2. Sign in and save your details
**If you come across a PS5 restock out in the wild, the last thing you'll want to be doing is faffing at checkout. This is where we see the vast majority of punters missing out, their consoles sniped from right under their noses. This is a race, so you'll need to be as speedy through the process as possible. The best way to do so is sign in with all the retailers above and save your payment and shipping details to reduce clicks when it's crunch time. **3. Consider memberships
**While this isn't such a big deal as it was earlier in the year (Best Buy has stopped reserving stock for its Total Tech members and Amazon doesn't require a Prime account any longer), Walmart still aims its restocks at its Plus members only. It's worth investing in a month's membership if you hear about a Walmart restock due. You'll have plenty of advance warning with this particular retailer. **4. Follow social media
**Social media has been a saving grace in the great console race - it's simply the fastest way to find out about stock drops happening right now. And you'll need that speed. We're still seeing PS5s selling out in minutes at certain US retailers (the UK seems to be holding out a little longer), which means every second counts once a store pushes that big red button. **5. Keep refreshing
**Refreshing a site's page when you know a restock is going down all around you means you'll have the best chance to landing on a good wave. These sites go bananas when consoles land, which means they can often buckle under the pressure and show an out of stock message. Keep trying and you'll likely catch a winning loop. **6. Don't give up
**If you've hammered that refresh button to death and you're still getting nowhere, don't give up. We sometimes see sites turning off the faucet when the demand grows too high, only to switch those consoles back on again once interest has waned. Stick around for another wave of stock and you could get lucky. **7. Don't buy from marketplace sellers
**If you're new to the PS5 restock race you may be tempted to sink some extra cash into a scalper's listing. Don't. There are plenty of PS5 restocks happening every month and there's no need to pay more than the MSRP

 Should you buy PS5 restock bundles?
Picking up a PS5 by itself is far more difficult than finding it bundled up with some games and accessories. Retailers prefer to package extra kit into their listings, and they do tend to stick around on the shelves a lot longer. We'd always recommend checking the value of the additional PS5 accessories you're buying against the total of the bundle, however, to make sure you're not being ripped off - you should only ever pay MSRP for anything you find

 Is it still hard to buy PS5?
The state of PS5 stock today depends on your region. In the US, individual consoles are particularly difficult to locate and even bundles represent a rare opportunity. However, over in the UK we're seeing far more bundles holding their position on the shelves (standalone consoles are still rare)

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