While PlayStation 5 consoles are still in short supply at most U.S retailers, a number of outlets are overdue for a restock this week. Here is the latest information.
With Amazon and PS Direct both having sold out recently, it's unlikely that there will be any more PS5 units available this week, but one outlet is rumored to be restocking soon.
Amazon Prime Day 2021 is almost over but you can still get great deals on Smart Home vacuums, locks, lights, and devices.
While you are currently unable to order a PS5 from any major U.S retailer, industry trackers are predicting that Best Buy and PS Direct will soon be releasing new units.
Amongst the literally millions of Prime Day bargains, Amazon's making extra special deals available—including up to 70% discounts—on its own products and services.
Here are five tips to get Amazon Prime Day 2021 Lightning Deals before they sell out, and what to do if you miss out on the first pass.
Prime Day started early on June 21 on Amazon, and has some of the biggest discounts on Lego Star Wars out there, from building kits to figurines.
Prime Day starts today, and big deals have already started trickling onto the online shopping behemoth, Amazon.
Even after a number of restocks, Xbox Series X consoles are still hard to come by. However, you can order the less powerful Xbox Series S from a number of retailers.
With "Prime Day" almost here, analysts are predicting that Amazon will be the next place to sell PS5s.
The Xbox Series X is currently available at Walmart, but at an inflated price. Meanwhile, console trackers are recommending that gamers look to Amazon for the next big restock.
PS5s are sold out at all major U.S retailers, although console trackers are suggesting that restocks are overdue for Best Buy, PS Direct and Walmart.
It's Day 2 of Prime Day 2020 and the deals are still plentiful. Here are some of today's best deals.
The best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals.
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