Exclusive: PS5 restock at Target to happen as soon as Monday – here’s when it could be


Update: We have uploaded more photos showing the PS5 restock being readied at Target stores around the US ahead of Monday, both in the front (kiosks) and in the back (boxes in inventory). Be sure to follow the Twitter tracker below to get instant alerts.

TechRadar can confirm that Target employees have been preparing for a PS5 restock that is likely to happen tomorrow morning. An Xbox Series X restock is also said to be ready for the same online-only ordering process, employees tell us.

“We have roughly 8 Xbox consoles and 22 PS5 consoles,” we were told in a Direct Message on Twitter by a Target employee who wishes to remain anonymous. Across three Target stores, employees told us that there are more more PS5 Disc Editions and very few to no PS5 Digital Editions for the impending Target restock.

Target customers nationwide are also finding PS5 inventory show up in kiosks tonight ahead of the expected sale. Twitch streamer MyGuyMcFly snapped and sent TechRadar a photo, seen below, showing 18 PS5 consoles in stock at a local Target in Minnesota, suggesting they’re ready for tomorrow morning.

(Image credit: MyGuyMcFly)

🚨🚨I’m getting a lot of photos showing Target is readying the PS5 Disc for sale tomorrow. Moreover, three Target employees have also said they have PS5 and Xbox stock for an online-only purchase (in store pickup).More info and pics to come on @techradar https://t.co/613oJJyc3I pic.twitter.com/XktFgTaTQNMarch 7, 2021

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All three employees we talked to live in different parts of the US, so there’s a good chance this is a nationwide restock. We saw something similar two weeks ago when both the PS5 and Xbox Series X were sold online for in-store pickup. The consoles only lasted a few minutes before Target completely ran out of stock.

Pro tip: Target does online-only orders, but allows for in-store pickup. This means some stores, especially those in big cities, will run out more quickly. Try to adjust your pickup location if your nearest store runs out.

(Image credit: Target employee)

Last time there was a major Target PS5 restock, it happened at 8am EST, so it’s best to be prepared to wake up early, even if you’re on the West Coast. However, there are no guarantees that Target will launch orders a 8AM EST.

TechRadar also has several photos of boxes in the Target backroom showing Xbox Series X and PS5 inventory. We initially withheld those pictures until we could ensure there were no markings that could be traced back to our sources.

You can do two things today. Check the stores below and receive alerts from our PS5 restock Twitter tracker.

🚨>90mins to Xbox restock / 2hrs to PS5 🌟Walmart🌟THIS IS THE BIG ONE🐳 PS5 Digital https://t.co/znn5fqVNI1PS5 Disc https://t.co/fOQxCworacXbox Series X https://t.co/rDu9ZnRy1iXbox Series S https://t.co/wU69mKu7OiMy how to buy it tips @techradar: https://t.co/LjreRk1bbsMarch 4, 2021

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2. Check for PS5 restock yourself – these are the 12 trusted storesCheck these stores for PS5Amazon: PS5 | PS5 Digital Edition – always check for surprise stockGameStop: PS5 | PS5 Digital Edition – great source due to affordable bundles that stay in stock longerWalmart: PS5 | PS5 Digital Edition – just went out of stock ThursdaySony Direct: PS5 | PS5 Digital EditionTarget: PS5 |PS5 Digital Edition Best Buy: PS5 | PS5 Digital Edition – in stock FridayB&H Photo: PS5 |PS5 Digital EditionSam’s Club: PS5 | PS5 Digital EditionNewegg: PS5 | PS5 Digital EditionCostco: PS5Adorama: PS5 Antonline: PS5

PS5 has been nearly impossible to find in stock for more than a few minutes every time stores restock the Sony console. We’re finding the same can be said about the Xbox Series X. Both Sony and Microsoft launches their respective consoles in November 2020 and haven’t been able to manufacturer enough to meet demand.

Stores like Target, Walmart and Best Buy routinely add new stock to their stores and the crush of people coming to their sites often crashes the pages.


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