Best Buy has another PlayStation 5 restock at 12 p.m. ET — here’s how to get one
Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.
Set an alarm: Best Buy is restocking the PlayStation 5 at 12 p.m. ET today (Monday, Nov. 7).
This marks the second time the hard-to-get gaming console has reappeared during the retailer’s ongoing Black Friday sale, and once again, access will be limited to Best Buy Totaltech(opens in a new tab) members.
As a refresher, Totaltech is a household membership program that includes unlimited Geek Squad tech support, free two-day shipping, up to 24 months of product protection, extended return and exchange windows, and exclusive holiday offers like this (among other benefits(opens in a new tab)).
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At $199.99/year, it’s certainly not cheap — you could snag an annual Amazon Prime(opens in a new tab) membership and nearly four months of Walmart+(opens in a new tab) for the same price. Still, Best Buy kind of has gamers cornered: The only other way to (try to) get a PS5 right now is by throwing your hat into Amazon’s invite-only system.
It’s also worth mentioning that Best Buy didn’t have any more Totaltech Exclusive Access events(opens in a new tab) lined up after this one at the time of writing — i.e., this could very well be your last chance to grab a PS5 before the holidays. No pressure!