How much are you willing to spend for waiting in line for 36 hours to snag one at a California GameStop. If you can’t pay a double premium and can’t wait in line at a mini mall, though, your best option may be to keep watching Twitter: A few retailers, like Walmart and Antonline, have used the social network to keep customers informed about inventory drops. But your other option is to regularly check this page: This is the quick way to check inventory at major online retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, GameStop and Target.for week? $600? $800? $1,000? That’s how much it’ll cost you right now if you go to sites like like and , where resellers are selling new PlayStation 5 at a markup far above its $399 to $499 retail price. The console has been all but impossible to find since its Nov. 12 launch, with at least one person
The PS5 is available in two versions: a $500 model with Blu-ray, and an otherwise identical $400 digital-only version without a disc slot. At this point, people are happy to get their hands on either one, but if you don’t have a library of optical discs — for Blu-ray movies, used games or old PS4 games — we recommend you .
Right now, there’s no indication of inventory at any of the major retailers, so your chances of scoring a console are not, shall we say, encouraging. But check below to see if the PS5 happens to be in stock at any of these major retailers.
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