PS5 sold out at Target — where to expect inventory next

Update: The PS5 is now sold out at Target after two separate waves of stock. Make sure to follow our PS5 restock coverage for the latest console drops. 

The persistent rumors of a PS5 restock happening today at Target have proved to be true, as the retailer started taking orders of Sony’s in-demand console this morning. The national retailer has now sold out of the PS5, however, a second wave of stock is expected to drop at any moment. 

Today marks the first Target restock of the PS5 in four weeks, and while the retailer is now sold out of the PS5 Disc Edtion, it’s expected that Target will have a restock of the PS5 Digital Edtion at some point today. So, if you’re still looking to secure a console don’t give up hope just yet.  

PS5 restock at Target (check stock)

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PS5 Digital Edition: $399 @ Target
The PS5 Digital edition features the same powerful specs as the regular PS5, just minus the 4K Blu-ray drive. It’s ideal for those who can’t stand disc swapping. Target hasn’t had any stock of the Digital Edition for over a month, but is expected to restock today. View Deal

PS5 restock tracker — check all retailers

There had been some speculation that Target would restock the PS5 last week, but that ultimately didn’t happen. However, the silver lining is that Jake Randall, a YouTuber and full-time PS5 stock tracker, has received a tip that Target is planning a PS5 restock for today (April 28). 

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Jake’s information has been given some further legitimacy after it was shared by Matt Swider of TechRadar. Usually, if multiple well-known stock tracking accounts are all sharing the same information then it tends to be accurate, but we’d still advise cautious just in case. 

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Typically Target drops stock between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. ET, so keep an eye on the retailer’s site during those hours. The console is likely to sell out in minutes so you’ll need to be fast and have a slice of good fortune on your side as well. Consult the buying advice below for some handy tips that could tip the odds in your favor. 

It’s unknown whether this potential drop will contain any stock of the PS5 Digital Edition. The all-digital model of the PS5 is even harder to get hold of than the standard version right now, with several recent restocks at major retailers solely containing the PS5 Disc Edition. 

It’s worth remembering that this is ultimately all just speculation and shouldn’t be taken as official confirmation. Target is certainly due a restock at this point, but we’ve been burnt before, so don’t put all your faith into online whispers. 

To make sure you don’t miss out on the stock drop, we’re tracking PS5 restocks not just at Target, but every major retailer. Make sure to bookmark our where to buy a PS5 guide for the latest stock information as we get it.

How to buy a PS5 at Target

Firstly, ensure you have an account set up with your payment and address details stored. This is a vital step if you want to secure a PS5 during a restock. Getting stock in your basket is only half the battle, you don’t want the console to sell out while you’re entering your details. Make sure it’s all pre-saved so you can checkout in seconds. 

Target is known for releasing stock in waves, typically going first with the PS5 standard edition and then following it up with a restock of the PS5 Digital edition. So even if you get on the retailer and the PS5 is already sold out, it’s worth sparing the extra time to see if you can catch a second wave. 

Jake Randall also suggests using alternative payment methods such as PayPal, Apple Pay, or RedCard if possible. The advantage with these is that they use a separate payment portal which bypasses Target’s own servers which have in the past collapsed under the strain of thousands of people all trying to secure that coveted order confirmation email. 

Target also has an app that can be used to try and secure a PS5. A good trick is to try and checkout during a restock on both a desktop and a mobile device. It’s recommended that if you manage to add the PS5 to your cart on one, you switch over to the other to complete checkout. So long as you’re logged in it’ll keep track of the content of your cart.

Finally, at checkout, you can edit your location to select a store that has PS5 in stock if your local is sold out. Occasionally doing this might stop you from progressing further through the checkout process, but if you encounter this issue just clear your browser cookies and give it a second try. 



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