If you’re searching where to buy PS5, Currys was the latest UK retailer to have PS5 stock today, but it’s since sold out. 

An online queue system was in place due to huge demand, with thousands of users vying to get onto Currys website to place an order. Despite getting there early, we never made it to the purchasing screen, and were stuck behind 17,000 other users.

The queue has since updated to state that all PS5 stock has now sold out, but the message says to keep an eye on Currys’ website for further updates. That means if you’re still queuing, you’re best saving yourself further disappointment by closing your tab now. 

PS5 stock Currys

(Image credit: Currys)

Various PS5 bundle listings appeared early this morning at Currys, which led some to believe the retailer would be dropping PS5 stock imminently. It turns out that hunch was true, as the website had limited PS5 consoles available.

The message also noted that no Xbox Series X stock was available today, in case you were after Microsoft’s console.

The PS5 has been in extremely high demand ever since pre-orders began back in September, and the console continues to be almost impossible hard to find. When stock does appear, it’s snapped up at lightning speed, so be prepared to act fast if you make it through.

PS5: £449.99 at Currys
OUT OF STOCK Currys has PS5 in stock, but there’s a queue system in place. Limited PS5 stock is available, so there’s no guarantee any units will be available once you make it through, so bear that in mind. You might have to opt for a bundle if all the standalone units are sold. View Deal

If you missed out on Curry’s PS5 stock or simply want to know where to buy PS5 quickly, you’ll find all the links to buy PS5 at various retailers below, including the PS5 Digital Edition. Keep checking these links as you never know when more consoles will hit the shelves. 

It’s likely that more PS5 consoles will appear in 2021, so we’d recommend not paying over the odds to scalpers as Sony is committed to delivering 10 million PS5s this year. That means sooner or later, supply will comfortably meet demand. 

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