PS5 Restock Update can be the freshest news on the internet nowadays for Gaming fans. The PS5 was released more than six months ago, but it’s still tough to buy.
A couple of new PS5 restocks are released every week, usually with minimal stocks, and they run out in minutes, sometimes less.
It doesn’t matter if it’s Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Costco, or any other major retailer; Since pre-orders went live last September, buying the PS5 has been a nightmare for many PlayStation fans.
Stock Update for PS5 game.
PS5 stock tracker accounts will likely soon deliver forecasts for the week ahead, giving potential dates and names of UK retailers that could be opening orders once again for Sony’s next-gen console.
But ahead of this we know a few dates that PS5 stock hunters will need to keep an eye out on.
GAME is rumored to be opening up orders for the PS5 on either Wednesday, July 21, or Thursday, July 22.
While Argos is also expected to be taking orders for the PS5 once again on their website during the coming week.
Recently Argos has been opening up orders for the PS5 again on Fridays, so we could see PS5 orders go live at Argos on Friday July 23.
Alternatively, Argos previously used to release more PS5 stock on Tuesdays, so we could instead see a PS5 restock go live on Tuesday July 20.
Finally, Very are rumored to be taking orders for the PS5 between Tuesday, July 20 and Wednesday, July 28.
The PS5 game is still on fire;
PS5 Restock Update
The PS5 is still selling like hot cakes whenever stock becomes available to buy.
This week has already seen the PS5 available to buy at Amazon UK, Smyths Toys, and John Lewis, with stock selling out fast.
If you missed out on these restocks – or any other recent PS5 stock drop – then the good news is the in-demand next-generation console from Sony is expected to come back in stock in the UK shortly.
So when is the next PS5 restock? When will the PS5 be available to buy once again in the UK?
Here is the latest PS5 stock news for July 2021.
Both GAME and Argos are rumored to be dropping more PS5 UK stock shortly.
According to the @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter account, Argos has received two PS5 shipments ahead of orders opening up again.
The PS5 stock tracker account said these latest deliveries brought with it a “significant” amount of new PS5 stock Argos will be selling.
And Argos are tipped to be opening up orders once again the week beginning Monday July 19.
On Thursday, July 15, @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter posted: “Exclusive: Argos has received a shipment yesterday and is receiving one today. The retailer is expected to drop the console online sometime next week. We’ll keep you updated as usual when further/detailed information is available.”
It’s unclear at the moment which day Argos could release more stock, but recent PS5 restock have gone live on the Argos website on Fridays.
The Bottom Line
This past week has seen plenty of PS5 restocks go live, with big-name retailers such as Amazon UK, Smyths Toys, and John Lewis opening orders for the PS5 once again.
Next week could see GAME, Argos, and potentially Very also start taking orders in the UK for the in-demand next-gen PlayStation 5 console.
If you missed out on any of this week’s restocks and want to try and reserve a PS5, then you could head to Box.co.uk this weekend.
The retailer is running a ballot system for PS5 stock, so all you have to do is enter your e-mail to be in with a chance of ordering a PS5 from the site.
The Box PS5 ballot is for a bundle that costs £849.99. This bundle includes a PS5 console, a copy of Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart, an extra DualSense controller, and a Logitech G923 racing wheel and pedals (which is priced at £289).
Explaining why they’ve opted for a ballot system for its next PS5 restock, Box said: “We have decided to utilize a ballot format so that customers can receive a fair chance to purchase a PlayStation 5 Console while keeping our website online throughout the process.
“This ensures a smoother transaction and stops customers from having to battle each other on a website put under an enormous amount of strain with huge volumes of traffic all trying to purchase the same product at one time.”