When can you buy Sony PlayStation 5 consoles at Walmart

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The Sony PlayStation 5 has been very popular and the demand has definitely exceeded the supply. Many factors including supply chain issues and lack of components have been the factors for short supply. Walmart will be selling these consoles, this summer. The offer is available for its Walmart+ subscribers. So, if you are not a subscriber and want to buy a PlayStation 5, it’s time to become one.

Walmart has said that it will offer a round of Sony PlayStation 5 consoles on June 2. However, only Walmart Plus subscribers can join in the queue. Those who pick a one month subscription now can also join in the queue.



The PlayStation 5 is available at Walmart for $499. The next-gen console has a disc drive that lets you play both digital and physical games for PS4 and PS5.

Since the PlayStation 5 console is very much in demand, you can queue in advance and refresh the page on the date of the sale which is June 2 at 12 p.m. PT and 3 p.m. ET. It is advisable to be ready to click on the Walmart app or website at the earliest, if you are a die hard fan, as the console is still very much in demand and the offer will be on till stocks last.



Walmart generally loads stocks in waves. So patience is a virtue especially if you have been waiting a long time for the much in demand Sony PlayStation 5 console. If you wish, you can buy only the PS 5 console, at Walmart. The big box retailer has not bundled it with games offers though there are some excellent offers on games and accessories that can also be checked, if you wish too.

The PS5 console has an excellent dual sense controller. Getting the next-gen PS5 console also helps games to run more smoothly. It loads faster than the earlier console and is a good upgrade over the PS4. However, it is a little bigger in size, when compared to its earlier model.

 


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