PS5 pre-orders are now live! You can pre-order Sony's next-gen console right now ahead of the official launch date of either 12th or 19th November (depending on your location).
The PS5 price is £449 ($499, €499, AU$749). Too expensive? You can grab a disc-less PS5 Digital Edition for only £359 ($399, €399, AU$599). Read our full PS5 vs PS5 Digital Edition comparison for more details.
Demand is currently very high and many retailers have sold out. There are even rumours that there may be a PS5 shortage this Christmas. So if you do want a Sony PS5, best act fast. To help you secure a PS5 pre-order, here are some useful quick links:
- UK PS5 (£449): Amazon | Currys | Argos | Box | Game | AO
- UK PS5 Digital Edition (£359.99): Amazon | Currys | Argos | Box | Game
- US PS5 ($499.99): Amazon | Best Buy | Target | Walmart
- US PS5 Digital Edition ($399.99): Amazon | Best Buy | Walmart
No luck yet? You're no alone. On the first day of pre-orders, Amazon sold out of PlayStation 5 consoles within 40 minutes. Other stockists' websites are crashing, and some are asking buyers to register their interest for when new PS5 stock arrives.
To give you the best possible chance of getting your hands on the coveted console before Christmas, we've assembled a definitive list of the top PS5 retailers offering pre-orders below.
Best PS5 pre-order deals in the UK
Best PS5 pre-order deals in the US
Best PS5 pre-order deals in Australia
Best PS5 accessory deals
Getting hold of most PS5 accessories is a whole lot easier than getting hold of a PS5. However, that could quite easily change so now would be a great time to secure the one(s) that take your fancy.
PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller – £59.99 ($69.99 / AU$109)
The PS5 only comes with one controller in the box, so this is a must-have for those who want to get stuck into multi-player gaming. It uses haptic feedback and adaptive triggers to make games more immersive. Available to pre-order right now.
When will more PS5 stock arrive?
The PS5 will be released on 12th November in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, and on 19th November in the rest of the world, including the UK.
Yet to secure your PS5? We feel your pain. The PS5 sold out quicker than even Sony expected, but we'd expect to see more stock filter onto the market. Slowly. Retailers will likely receive stock or allocation at random times in the coming days and weeks, so the best thing to do is keep an eye on this page and check all the retailers listed.
Some stockists offer you the option to register your interest, and will alert you when stock arrives. It's also a good idea to follow retailers' social media accounts. If stock is about to drop, they may alert customers via Twitter and Instagram.
Still wondering what all the excitement is about? Sony's PlayStation 5 is a next-gen gaming behemoth, with 4K graphics, an ultra-high-speed solid state storage drive, ray tracing support and 3D audio.
The full PS5 costs £449 ($499/ €499 / AU$749.95). Bit pricey? You can grab a disc-less PS5 Digital Edition for only £359 ($399). Just like the the full PS5, the all-digital edition is capable of 4K gaming at 120fps.
Of course, there's also the option to grab one of the best PS4 and PS4 Pro deals. Last year, Amazon knocked £40 ($50) off the PS4 500GB console – will gamers be treated to the same this year? Keep an eye on this page to find out.
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