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GameStop PS5 restock sold out — where to find inventory next

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Update: GameStop is now sold out of bundles. Make sure to follow our PS5 restock guide for updates on the next console drop. 

A fresh round of PS5 restock just landed at GameStop. This will be the retailer's first online restock of 2022 and will offer the opportunity to score a next-gen PlayStation ahead of the weekend. 

GameStop has this PS5 bundle in stock for $743 in stock as of 11 a.m. ET. The bundle includes Call of Duty Vanguard, an extra DualSense Controller, PlayStation Plus 1-year membership, and a $50 GameStop gift card. 

Restock tracker Matt Swider of The Shortcut was first to break news of the restock and the bundle available today. This drop is exclusively for PowerUp Rewards Pro members. 

PS5 restock at GameStop (sold out)

PS5 bundle: $743 @ GameStop

PS5 bundle: $743 @ GameStop
PS5 stock is back at GameStop. The retailer has this PS5 bundle on sale for $743. It includes Call of Duty Vanguard, an extra DualSense Wireless Controller, 1-year PlayStation Plus membership, and a $50 GameStop gift card. 

GameStop has been gating its drops behind its premium membership scheme since last summer, and there's no indication this practice will end any time soon. Pro membership costs $15 annually, which could be a small price to pay if it helps you secure a PS5.

It should also be noted that GameStop always puts its allocation of the PS5 into bundles. According to Swider the bundle offered in this drop will cost $743 and offer the disc console alongside an extra DualSense controller, Call of Duty Vanguard, 12-months of PlayStation Plus and a GameStop gift card. GameStop always charges the combined retail price of the items within its bundles, so at least you won’t be getting price gouged.

If you're unwilling to sign up for PowerUp Reward Pro membership to score a PS5 or just want the console on its own without any extras, then make sure to bookmark our PS5 restock hub. This comprehensive guide is updated daily with the latest stock information for every major retailer. 

How to become a PowerUp Rewards Pro Member

In early June, GameStop announced that it's changing the way it handles console restocks. It will give first dibs to its PowerUp Rewards Pro members. Although there's a free tier, only Pro members will get early access to the restocks. Membership starts at $14.99 per year and includes perks like a Game Informer subscription, $5 reward coupons per month (total of $60/year), 10% extra trade credit on games/accessories, and a $5 welcome certificate. If you sign up today, you'll have access to upcoming restocks. 

PowerUp Rewards Pro membership: from $15 @ GameStop

PowerUp Rewards Pro membership: from $15 @ GameStop
GameStop's PowerUp Rewards Pro membership already came with a host of benefits, but the retailer has added one more — early access to next-gen console restocks. If you're still after a PS5 or Xbox Series X, this could be $15 very well spent. 

GameStop restock — tips and tricks

It may be obvious, but you'll want to have a GameStop account and be logged into your account when the restock begins. If you click the "add to cart" button and nothing happens, try refreshing the page. 

Alternatively, you could clear your browser cookies and try to open the page via an incognito web browser. You might be asked to solve a captcha before adding the console to your cart. We don't yet know if this restock will be opened up to the general public after the early access window. 

What to do if you miss out

As with the previous GameStop PS5 restock events, these units will sell out fast. So if you missed out don't worry. There will be other restock events in the future. Also, make sure to follow our restock coverage for up-to-the-minute news on the latest restocks. In the meantime, you can browse other retailer pages to see if they may have quietly added any new inventory. 

PS5 restock tracker — stores to check

Rory Mellon

Rory is a Deals Editor at Tom’s Guide based in the UK. He covers a wide range of topics but with a particular focus on deals, gaming and streaming. When he’s not scouring retailers for PS5 restock or writing hot takes on the latest gaming hardware and streaming shows, he can be found attending music festivals and being thoroughly disappointed by his terrible football team.