As it happened: PlayStation back in stock at Studio and EE – console and bundles available


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The PlayStation 5 is back in stock at EE and Studio.

The online retailer went live with their sale on Tuesday morning (November 23) shortly before 8am.

Studio has both consoles available – Disc and Digital and bundles available but shoppers will need to be quick to get their hands on one.

There are currently online queues and due to demand the consoles may sell out very quickly.

EE have also gone live with their PS5 drop this morning but these are available for EE customers only – see here for more details.

Studio’s and EE’s sale comes after BT went live with their restock drop yesterday (Monday, November 22).

John Lewis is also predicted to get stock very soon.

It comes after the PlayStation 5 came back in stock at Argos last week.

The retailer went live with their PlayStation 5 sale on Thursday morning (November 18) and had both the Digital and Disc console available to buy.

Argos’s PS5 drop was regional so shoppers needed to wait patiently until their local store had stock.

Argos’s drop came a day after GAME went live with their PlayStation 5 sale, with Amazon UK launching their PlayStation 5 sale on Tuesday (November 16).

The drop was for Amazon Prime Members only, sign up for a free 30 day trial here – but the UK site sold out of the console within minutes.

It’s been a year since the PlayStation 5 officially launched in the UK and demand is still high ahead of Black Friday 2021.

The PlayStation 5 has been Sony’s most successful console in its history and comes in the form of two editions – Disc and Digital.

Fans have been quick to snap up the consoles following supply issues which has affected availability in the UK and across the world.

Meanwhile, last week saw the likes of Very and Asda supermarket go live with their PlayStation 5 sales, giving customers the chance to shop for stand-alone consoles as well as bundles.

Sony are hopeful that they can keep up with demand ahead of one of the biggest sale events of the year and Christmas.

Black Friday takes place on November 26 and many retailers are already preparing, with some offering customers deals and sales early.

The sales event originated in the USA after Thanksgiving, and was a way to gear shoppers up for the festive season by offering them exclusive deals across shops.

It’s not yet known how much the PlayStation 5, or if it actually will be discounted for Black Friday 2021.

Because demand is still high the console could retail for it’s normal price – the PS5 console: £449.99 and the PS5 Digital Edition console: £359.99.

The only difference between the PS5 console and the PS5 Digital Edition console is the inclusion of an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive in the PS5 console. The PS5 Digital Edition console does not feature a disc drive.


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