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PS5 stock – live: BT, Very, Currys and John Lewis drop consoles in the biggest restock for months

Keep up to date with the latest drops from BT, Smyths Toys, Amazon and more

Alex Lee
Wednesday 25 May 2022 11:05
<p>Here’s where you can buy a PS5 right now </p>

Here’s where you can buy a PS5 right now

UPDATE: The PS5 is now in stock at Very, BT Shop, Currys, John Lewis & Partners, Game and Scan. It has sold out at Asda. The PS5 is set to restock at EE next. Read on for more information.

It’s been a year and a half since the PS5 was first released, and a year since we started officially tracking PS5 restocks, yet we’re all still here, clinging on to the dream of owning one of the elusive consoles.

While you still can’t reliably buy a PS5 in-store, the situation has massively improved online in recent weeks, and it has led to a nice uplift in restocks in the past few weeks. has

Game has had PS5 bundles in stock for several days now, with some still available as of 24 May. Scan also still has consoles to buy, but The Game Collection has now sold out, and so too has Smyths Toys, which last had a restock on 23 May. Buying a console on its own is more difficult than picking up a bundle, with standalone consoles selling out in the bink of an eye.

Still hunting down the elusive PS5 console? Our liveblog is here to get you one of Sony’s next-gen consoles, as well as provide you with the details on the best games and accessories to grab alongside your new machine, plus the latest game reviews. If you want to find out which online retailers will be the first to restock, then keep scrolling to receive updates as they happen.

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Where to buy a PS5 right now – from cheapest to most expensive


Right, there are so many retailers with the console in stock now, you’re probably confused about which one to go for. We’re here to help. This isn’t complete, as we’re still waiting for Very to open its virtual doors.

On the hunt for a next-gen console? Here’s where to buy it

Here’s where you can buy a PS5 right now – from cheapest to most expensive

  • BT Shop: £499.99 – Horizon Forbidden West bundle
  • Game: £564.97 –Horizon Forbidden West bundle with a red controller
  • John Lewis & Partners: £629.99 – disc edition bundle with Gran Turismo 7, Demon’s Souls and Horizon Forbidden West
  • Currys: £649 – Lego Star Wars, Horizon Forbidden West, extra controller and Razer headset bundle
  • Scan: £739.99 – disc edition bundle with games and accessories
  • Studio: Queue paused
  • Very: Waiting for doors to open
Alex Lee25 May 2022 10:49

When will we be able to leave the Very waiting room?

As Asda sells out, we’re still waiting for Very to blow the bloody doors off. The retailer has kept us all in this waiting room pen since about 9am. It usually opens the doors between 10am and 11am, so we’re not sure why it’s taking so long this time round.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 11:05

BT has just dropped standalone PS5 consoles

Hunting down the standalone disc or digital edition consoles? The BT Shop had both in stock, but the digital edition has already sold out.

As always you’ll need to be a BT Broadband customer to get your hands on an access code. If you are a BT Broadband customer (or know someone who is), head over to the MyBT portal and sign in. Navigate to the “Your Offers” section to find the PS5 access code.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 10:47

Currys PS5 stock is now live

Those pricey PS5 bundles at Currys have just come back into stock. The cheapest PS5 bundle at the retailer costs £649, and it comes with Horizon Forbidden West, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, a Razer gaming headset and an extra controller.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 10:27

The PS5 is now in stock at the BT Shop

And another one joins the pack. The PS5 is now in stock at the BT Shop. As always, you’ll need to be a BT Broadband customer to get your hands on this drop.

Sadly, it doesn’t seem like any standalone consoles are available. The cheapest bundle costs £499.99 and comes with Horizon Forbidden West.

You need an access code,, which can be retrieved from your MyBT portal.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 10:00

These are the PS5 bundles in stock at Studio

Studio currently has two PS5 disc edition bundles in stock, but the retailer has currently paused its queue. This either means it’s waiting for traffic to die down or the bundles have already sold out.

A PS5 disc edition consle bundled with Horizon Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7 and an extra dualsense controller costs £619.99 (

Another cheaper bundle comes with Gran Turismo 7 and a white dualsense controller. This one costs £569.99 (

Alex Lee25 May 2022 09:46

Asda PS5 bundle is still in stock

The standalone PS5 disc edition console flew off Asda’s shelves as expected, but the retailer still has one bundle available to buy.

It comes with Horizon Forbidden West and Gran Turismo 7 and costs £579.99. If it shows as out of stock, hit the refresh button and it should reappear.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 09:37

John Lewis has just dropped a PS5 bundle

John Lewis & Partners has just dropped a bundle onto its website. We hven’t seen a restock from John Lewis & Partners since March, so this is exciting.

The retailer is currently selling the PS5 disc edition console with a copy of Demon’s Souls, Horizon Forbidden West and Gran Turismo 7 for £629.99.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 09:25

The PS5 is now in stock at Very

Wahey, it’s finally here, as predicted! The PS5 is now in stock at Very. There’s a waiting room at the moment, so sit tight and wait for your turn. We’re hoping a bunch of standalone consoles will turn up this morning.

Alex Lee25 May 2022 09:09

Asda PS5 standalone console in stock

Bundle haters, this one’s for you!

Asda is currently selling the standalone disc edition console for £449.99. This is going to come in and out fstock, so keep refreshing the page if you’re struggling to add it to your basket. If that fails, try adding it to your wish list and checking out from there. Good luck!

Alex Lee25 May 2022 09:01

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