PS5 deals could be your last chance to get your hands on a console before Christmas

GameStop has announced that it’s holding a special in-store sale for the hugely popular Sony PlayStation 5 console.

The event, which could be the last chance for many people to buy a PS5 before Christmas, will take place on December 17.

Video game retailer GameStop says it's holding a special PS5 sale on December 17


Video game retailer GameStop says it’s holding a special PS5 sale on December 17Credit: Getty Images – Getty

GameStop says more than 700 stores are participating in the sale across the US – a list of all participating locations can be found on their website.

The Texas-based video game retailer also said the number of consoles available at each participating location will be limited.

According to the Gamestop website, the offer will be available to PowerUp Rewards Pro Members only.

While the membership normally costs $14.99 per year, it is currently on offer for $9.99.

GameStop will have around 60 disc-based PS5 bundles at each participating location, according to Shortcuts.

In addition to the console, the packages will include Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Ultimate Edition, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, a third-party DualSense charging station and an additional Sony DualSense controller.

Some stores may also include a $50 GameStop gift card in the package.

Shortcut notes that video players can expect a similar deal for Xbox Series X on Thursday, December 23.

Even though Sony launched the PS5 in November 2020, the gaming system remains one of the hardest to find due to its high demand and popularity.

The news of the GameStop sale comes shortly after Sony announced its plans to release a detachable PS5 console case, which will come in five colors: Midnight Black, Cosmic Red, Nova Pink, Starlight Blue, and Galactic Purple.

PS5 released in November 2020 and still hard to buy


PS5 released in November 2020 and still hard to buy
I’m a former GameStop employee and we’ve had some pretty bad clients – one particular woman tops them all.

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