A trusted insider believes that Target could be dropping a surprise PS5 restock today, January 21 – here are all of the details!
Even in 2022, gamers are struggling to buy a PS5. However, it is gradually getting easy to snag one of the shiny new consoles.
Reports suggest that the PS5 restocks will continue well into 2022 and this has been right so far. Now, Target is the latest store to supposedly be dropping the consoles on January 21.
Here is everything we know so far and how you can get a PS5 in the likely Target PS5 restock today.
Also, check out every expected PS5 restock this week: January 17-23.
Online Target PS5 Restock Expected Today – January 21, 2022
January 21 is set to be a huge day for restocks, with Target supposedly dropping in addition to a confirmed PS5 bundle going on sale at GameStop today.
Target sold PS5 consoles in stores earlier this month and the stock levels have seemingly been rising since then. This is according to Target restocks expert Jake Randall, at least.
He has shared images showing that many Target stores have plenty of PS5s in stock right now. The lowest amount he shared is 6, but some stores have as many as 44 consoles!
This has led him to believe that there will be a small PS5 restock at Target today. Plus, he has also revealed when the console sales should begin.
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Like almost all Target restocks, this should be online-only. However, it will also require customers to pick up their PS5 from a local store.
As this is the first stock drop since the massive January 6 Target PS5 restock, there should be some consoles available in plenty of different locations.
Additionally, Jake Randall believes this Target PS5 restock will drop on January 21 between 6 AM – 9 AM EST. It is important to remember that Target has not confirmed this restock yet, however, Randall is very reliable when it comes to Target in particular.
UPDATE: The restock is now live on the Target website!
UPDATE 2: All Target PS5 consoles should now be out of stock
Fingers crossed that Target does release these consoles today. It would be the latest good news for PlayStation fans this week!
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