PS5 Restock Update for Amazon, Antonline, Best Buy, Walmart and More

Sony's PlayStation 5 may be one of the top games consoles available right now but many would be players hoping to grab one continue to struggle with finding one due to PS5's huge popularity. Major retailers like Target, Amazon and Best Buy have frequently seen stock sell out very quickly, leading to frustrated would-be gamers.

There was good news on Friday as Newegg had a new supply of the console and that good luck continued through early Saturday morning when consumers could still pick up a PS5 at the retailer. It was a different story elsewhere, however.

Here's a breakdown of the PS5 stock situation from Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and more.

Amazon PS5 Restock

Amazon had no stock of the PlayStation 5 at the time of writing on Saturday morning. Customers visiting the online retail giant were left with the simple message: "We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock."

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Antonline PS5 Restock

The console was also out of stock at Antonline on Saturday. The retailer sold out of bundles on April 6. Hopeful gamers should keep an eye on Antonline's Twitter account as the company sometimes announces restocks on social media.

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Best Buy PS5 Restock

Both versions of the PlayStation 5 were sold also out at Best Buy's website on Saturday morning. The retailer hasn't had a restock since March 26, though it had previously had availability of the console every Friday. This streak came to an end on April 2.

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Costco PS5 Restock

The PlayStation 5 was also sold out at Costco on Saturday morning, while the retailer has given no indication when there will be new availability of the highly desired consoles.

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GameStop PS5 Restock

GameStop had a restock of the PlayStation 5 on Wednesday, but then sold out of the consoles completely.

Twitter accounts dedicated to gaming such as @Wario64 and @GYXdeals often give useful updates on PS5 restocks and gamers may want to check them out for information.

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Newegg PS5 Restock

Any gamers itching to get a PS5 of their own should head over to Newegg. The retailer had stock of the PlayStation 5 on Saturday morning and was selling the console as part of a bundle including a wireless controller, PSVR headset, camera, move motion controller, Iron Man game and accessories. But the bundle will set you back $2,099.

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PS Direct PS5 Restock

Sony's official store was expected to have a restock on April 15, but both versions of the PS5 were out of stock on Saturday. Anyone wishing to purchase a console from PS Direct will need a PSN account and quantities are limited to one per address.

Twitter user @Wario64 shares information with his followers about PS Direct's restocks. Gamers may want to check out the account for updates.

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Target PS5 Restock

It was was a very similar situation at Target on Saturday where both versions of the PlayStation 5 were unavailable. There were rumors of a restock last week, but those proved illusory. The retailer hasn't given an indication of when they might have new supplies.

Anyone looking to purchase a PS5 from Target will have to order online and collect thee console through pick-up or drive-up collection. Supplies of the PS5 are also to one per person when they're in stock.

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Walmart PS5 Restock

And over at Walmart both versions of the PlayStation 5 were unavailable on Saturday morning. A restock last week sold out. There is a rumored restock coming on Thursday, but potential gamers will have to wait and see.

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Sony's PlayStation 5 Logo in November, 2020
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 remains in high demand. CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP/Getty Images