There’s just days to go until we’re in 2021 and many shoppers are still struggling to get their hands on the coveted Sony PS5.
The new console has been a hit with shoppers since it launched in the UK back in November, but many were left struggling to get a console in the run up to Christmas.
While some managed to get hold of the console during pre-sale earlier in the year, others waited in huge online queues and dealt with frustrating website glitches last month to get one.
Last week, Sony announced that the PS5 had been its biggest ever launch – and confirmed that more Playstation 5 stock would be available in stores before the end of 2020.
Now, with the new year just days away and no further details released, we’ve taken a look at some of the most popular retailers in the UK which have been popular with shoppers.
Here are the latest stock updates:
At the time of writing, Amazon currently has stock for the PS5 via selected sellers, though prices are significantly higher than on release, starting from £1,299. You can find them here.
For the digital version, a note on Amazon’s website says the retailer does not know “when or if” the PS5 will be back in stock.
A note on AO’s website says: “Sorry, Playstation 5 is currently unavailable.”
Smyths has now sold out of its allocated stock. A message on the retailer’s website says that PS5 stock is now not expected until January 2021.
Online retailer Very shared a statement to its website , which reads: “Unfortunately we have sold out of our PS5 consoles for now. We have more stock coming so keep checking back for our next drop.”
A statement on the John Lewis website said: “Thank you to everyone who has visited us and placed an order for a PS5. We are now out of stock.
“Unfortunately, PlayStation 5 consoles will not be available for purchase at our John Lewis & Partners shops or from our contact centres.”
A note on Curry’s website says the retailer is “working tirelessly to secure more stock” and customers should check back for updates.
According to BT’s website, the store had sold out of its PS5 allocation.