The PS5 is probably the hottest product this Christmas, outside of possibly the Xbox Series X, that is.
But between an incredible stock shortage, CEX ripping people off on the high-street and even gangs breaking into fast-moving lorries to steal stock, it's proving tricky to exactly secure the new PlayStation console.
If you're looking to buy the new games machine and pinning your hopes on grabbing one from the local supermarkets, there is hope.
A slim hope, but it's something at least. If you prefer to shop at ASDA, here's everything you need to know about picking up a PS5 console.]
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Can you buy a PS5 at ASDA?
The TLDR answer is yes. Since PS5 consoles first went on sale for pre-order many months ago, ASDA has been selling PlayStation 5 consoles from the ASDA Website.
In fact, the major supermarket retailer was one of the first stores in the UK to have the consoles available on sale.
Based on what we've seen, ASDA is only selling the standard edition PS5 console.
So, if you're looking to buy the PS5 digital edition you might want to look elsewhere.
What is the ASDA price for a PS5?
For those curious, or perhaps determined to buy from ASDA at some point in the future, the supermarket is selling the PS5 standard edition for £449.99.
Where can you buy the PS5 from ASDA?
There are a few links you'll want to bookmark to check for ASDA PS5 stock.
We'd make sure to check in on those pages periodically for new games, accessories and consoles.
Latest ASDA PS5 Stock Updates
The latest news from ASDA customer service suggests new PS5 stock won't be arriving until after Christmas.
This is based on a Twitter reply by the supermarket's customer service team.
Hi, I can confirm we won't be getting any more stock of the PS5 until after Christmas. Thanks, Neha :)— Asda Service Team (@AsdaServiceTeam) December 7, 2020
Where else can you buy a PS5?
Feel free to check some of the alternative retailers on the below links:
It's also worth setting up automated stock alerts with someone like StockInformer.co.uk.