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GameStop will be selling PlayStation 5 consoles in stores this Saturday, April 2.
The event will mark GameStop’s first in-store PS5 restock for three weeks, the last one having occurred on March 11
“Visit your local GameStop for a chance to get one in person,” the retailer said. “Must be a PowerUp Rewards Pro Member, quantities will be limited.”
Starting at $14.99 per year, a PowerUp Rewards Pro membership includes loyalty rewards, extra trade in credit, a Game Informer subscription, plus access to exclusive offers and events.
According to internal documents leaked to tech site The Shortcut, four PS5 bundles will be available on Saturday, with prices ranging from $630 to $740.
While fewer than 1,000 stores participated in the last PS5 restock, the site claims almost every GameStop store in the United States will have limited quantities of PS5 consoles available tomorrow.
There will be on average 10 standard PS5 disc consoles and two PS5 Digital Edition consoles available at participating stores, which will be selling them on a first come first served basis as soon as they open.
Target was expected to make PS5 consoles available to purchase online on Friday following a recent restock but ended up not doing so.