PS5 Restock Update for Target, Antonline, Walmart, Sony Rewards, GameFly and More

Since being released in November, the PlayStation 5 has proved an enormous success with gamers across the world.

While that has provided a sale bonanza for retailers who have been scrambling to restock their physical and virtual shelves over the last three months, the console's huge popularity has left million of gamers frustrated in their efforts to land Sony's latest.

The regular PS5, priced at $499, and the PS5 Digital Edition, priced at $399, sold out swiftly at launch and each restock in the intervening three months has met a similar fate.

Here's a breakdown of the latest PS5 restock information from Target, Best Buy, Walmart, Antonline, PopFindr, BrickSeek and more.

Antonline PS5 Restock

Antonline released a limited number of PS5 bundles on Thursday, January 14, via an announcement on Twitter.

Priced at $829.94, the bundles included an extra DualSense Wireless controller, PS5 HD camera, Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition, Demon's Souls Standard Edition, and The Last of Us Part II.

Stocks, however, have quickly sold out but the retailer told Newsweek that it was working to make more next-gen consoles available each week.

Best Buy PS5 Restock

Best Buy said earlier this week its PS5 stocks were currently sold out and is yet to announce when more consoles will become available.

As with other retailers, it's worth monitoring Best Buy's social media channels, through which the retailer has previously announced new stock drops since the PS5 was first released.

Costco PS5 Restock

Consoles are sold out at Costco. As is the case for Target, the PS5 is only available online at Target and there is a limit of one console per customer. As yet, there are no updates on the next restock.

GameFly PS5 Restock

GameFly restocked its PS5 stocks earlier this week but the console quickly sold out. To be kept updated with the next restock, gamers can register for a GameFly account and the sign up for alerts.

Sony Rewards PS5 Restock

Sony Rewards made a limited number of PS5 available on January 15, announcing the drop via Twitter. The restock, however, was quickly sold out.

Gamers who have missed out should sign for a Sony Rewards account to be updated ahead of the next stock drop.

Target PS5 Restock

Target's PS5 availability varies by store, and it is not currently marked as sold out on the Target website. Availability for the local stores can be checked on Target.com or via inventory checkers like BrickSeek and PopFindr.

It's worth noting, however, that the PS5 is only available online at Target, with drive-up or order pick-up once it has been successfully ordered online. Additionally, there is a limit of one console per customer.

Walmart PS5 Restock

Both the PS5 nor the PS5 Digital Edition are currently out of stock at Walmart.

While PS5 games and accessories are available on Walmart's website, the console isn't listed as available.

The retailer is also yet to confirm when it will make more consoles available.

PopFindr PS5 and BrickSeek PS5 Inventory Checkers

Inventory checkers like PopFindr and BrickSeek allow shoppers to see which Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and GameStop stores have PS5s in stock.

Some stores, however, have begun blocking both websites.

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Sony's Playstation 5 logo is seen at an electronics store in Tokyo on November 10, 2020, ahead of the gaming console's release scheduled for November 12. The console's enormous popularity has seen millions of gamers across the world missing out on the PS5. Charly Triballeau/Getty