Welcome to another PlayStation 5 live blog for all the latest PS5 UK stock drops.
After barely a sniff in April, the PlayStation 5 was regularly restocked in May and June.
This is a trend that will continue in July as Sony ships even more stock to the UK.
If you are looking for a PS5 console this week, Express Online will keep this article updated with all the latest stock drops, details and developments.
With the end of June, your first port of call should be Amazon, where the PS5 was restocked on June 29.
While digital and disc consoles have sold out fairly quickly, larger retailers often have a smaller drop to get rid of canceled orders.
If you’re looking to buy from Amazon, it’s worth adding the PS5 to your Wish List and adding it to your cart right from there.
Additionally, PS5 stock check sites recommend having at least two devices open when trying to buy stocks.
In addition to Amazon, Smyths is also expected to restock the PlayStation 5 this week.
The belief was that Smyths had restocked the PS5 earlier today, although this turned out to be a false alarm.
“We don’t think Smyths actually fell. This seems to be an issue where you can get it in your cart but can’t checkout,” a PS5 UK Stock tweet read.
“I won’t alert Smyths unless we have confirmation that someone has verified successfully.”
It’s likely Smyths will drop later this week instead, possibly as early as tomorrow morning.
Elsewhere, Argos customers are encouraged to visit their local stores to inquire about inventory, while an online deposit is expected to take place early in the morning at some point this week.
Finally, GAME would restock the PS5 in early July, both in-store and online. It is believed that the GAME replenishment could take place next week, or perhaps the following week.
To give you the best chance of buying a PS5 this week, Express Online will keep the gaming section updated with all live alerts.
It’s also worth bookmarking some of the more popular stock checker accounts for even more alerts and information.
Some of the accounts mentioned above have Discord groups for PS5 customers, while others have live feeds and alerts on sites like YouTube.