Best Buy’s In-Store Event Celebrates Actually Having PS5s and Xbox Series X In Stock – IGN


imageIt’s been almost a year since Sony and Microsoft released their ninth-generation gaming consoles the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S .Yet, buying either of the three new consoles has been difficult due to an ongoing chip shortage.If you are still looking to get your hands on one of the latest gaming consoles, Best Buy has announced that select locations will sell both PS5s and Xbox Series X consoles tomorrow.

Heading to Best Buy’s website , the retail chain announced that select locations will have limited quantities available of the Xbox Series X in addition to the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition.More than 300 Best Buy locations across the United States (plus one location each in DC and Puerto Rico ) will carry a limited number of ninth-generation consoles.

To make sure as many people as possible can purchase a console, Best Buy confirmed that each of the eligible retail stores would be enforcing a one-console-per-customer rule, with employees to begin handing out tickets at 7:30 am local time.Acquiring a ticket guarantees you the opportunity to purchase either a PS5 or Xbox Series X inside the store.

Have you played PlayStation 5?

YES NO This is the first time Best Buy is selling these highly desirable gaming consoles since both were released last November, which the retailer pledged ahead of both console’s release dates that it would not sell either in-stores until 2021 .

Prior to this announcement, if you wanted to buy either console from Best Buy, you had to do so through its website or mobile app.Best Buy previously did in-store restocks at select locations.With the retail giant selling limited quantities of RTX 30 graphics cards at select locations in both June and July ..

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