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Best PS5 deals: save on consoles, accessories and bundles

Best PS5 deals: save on consoles, accessories and bundles
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Update: Game currently has stock. PS5 standalone consoles and console/game bundles are currently available to pre-order on the Game site, with deliveries starting 5th February. Go go go!

Wondering where to buy a PS5 at a bargain price? Stock is scarce but with the new year comes hope and a (small) chance of making a saving on Sony's next-gen console – not to mention the best PS5 games and accessories.

The good news is that more stock is landing – Best Buy and Gamestop both restocked at the start of the month, while UK retailers had more stock last week, with more expected this coming week. These will be the latest in a series of stock drops that have had gamers all over the world hitting refresh on their browsers. 

With demand so high, making a saving won't be easy. But retailers are getting creative and we're seeing some of the best PS5 deals on games, rather than on the consoles themselves. So there are savings to be had.

We're also hoping for PS5 deals that combine Sony's console with additional PS5 DualSense wireless controllers or its handy Media Remote (the PS5 Pulse 3D gaming headset is currently sold out everywhere). 

In other words, you won't be left empty-handed. Read on and we'll run down the best PS5 deals available right now.

How much does a PS5 cost?

The recommended retail price of the PS5 is £449 ($499, €499, AU$749). Too expensive? You can grab a disc-less PS5 Digital Edition for £359 ($399, €399, AU$599). Read our full PS5 vs PS5 Digital Edition comparison for a full breakdown of the two machines.

You'll find the latest savings (if there are any to be had yet) below.

Best PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition deals  

Best PS5 accessory deals

Best PS5 deals: save on consoles, accessories and bundles

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PS5 DualSense Wireless Controller

The PS5 only comes with one controller in the box, so a second controller is a must for those who want to get stuck into multi-player gaming. The PS5 DualSense (£59.99, $69.99, AU$109) boasts improved haptic feedback and adaptive triggers that deliver a more immersive experience. So while you can use the PS4 DualShock with the PS5, it doesn't offer the new features of the PS5 controller. We've listed today's best PS5 controller prices below. 

PS5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset

Not only does the PS5 offer 4K HDR gaming, it also has 3D audio. But if you want to enjoy it – and you do, because it's one of the console's best features – you'll need one of these. The Pulse 3D Wireless Headset launched at £89.95 ($99.99, AU$159) but we've listed today's cheapest deals below. Not convinced? Then you might like to have a peek at our pick of the best gaming headsets for all consoles.

PS5 HD Camera

This new camera peripheral (£50, $60, AU$100) lets you add yourself to gameplay videos or video chat during multiplayer marathons. It works with the DualSense controller's 'Create' button, so you can jump into the PS5's video editing functions. You can actually use the old PS4 camera with the PS5, but the new PS5 HD camera ups the quality. For the best prices on this handy accessory, cast your eyes over the box below.

PS5 Media Remote

Want to use your PS5 as an entertainment hub? The PlayStation 5 Media Remote (£24.99, $29.99, AU$49) is a handy remote that will help you navigate everything from Netflix to 4K Blu-ray discs. If you want to use your PS5 as a media streamer, it's a must-have and doesn't cost the earth. Here's our pick of today's best Sony PS5 Media Remote deals.

PS5 DualSense Charging Station

This nifty dock allows you to charge up two wireless DualSense controllers simultaneously, so you need never be powerless. It's become a bit of a hot buy and sold out ahead of the PS5 launch. It's easier to come by these days, and most big retailers have stock. Fancy a PS5 DualSense Charging Station (£24.99, $29.99, AU$49)? You'll find all the cheapest prices below.

When will more PS5 deals show up?

Best PS5 deals: save on consoles, accessories and bundles

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Most stockists are currently sold out but restocks are often (if fleeting).

More stock landed in the UK last week, and promptly sold out. But not everywhere – this stock dump is still trickling down to some retailers, who expect to have theirs before Thursday 21st January.

Here's all the latest pointers on where to buy a PS5.

As for deals, Black Friday saw a slew of gaming discounts – mostly on legacy consoles. With the PS5 and Xbox Series X hogging all the headlines, there are plenty of PS4 deals and Xbox One deals to be had this winter.

Some of the best PS5 deals are to be had on games. Amazon is currently offering US gamers up to $10 off selected titles. While over at Walmart, you can pick up FIFA21 for $60 $29 – it's the PS4 version but it includes a free upgrade to the PS5 version. Given that most PS5 titles will run you at least £60 ($60, AU$100), that a cracking deal.

Meanwhile Best Buy members can get $10 in rewards when they purchase PS5 titles such as Far Cry 6 and Watch Dogs: Legion. Not a Best Buy member? It's free to join. 

And, of course, there are plenty of deals to be had on the best gaming TVs. Sony has even certified selected models 'Ready for PS5', thus giving you an even better reason to splash out on a new screen.  

Fancy a freebie? Sony is currently offering gamers a 7-day free trial of PlayStation Now, which includes access to the PS5 PlayStation Plus Collection (a selection of 20 games that had previously released on PS4, including God of War and The Last of Us: Remastered). We've also spotted some cheap PlayStation Plus deals lurking around. 

So, although getting your hands on a PS5 console is currently a bit of a mission, we're expecting more and more PS5 deals to show up – including savings in the January sales. Game on!


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