Walmart has the PS5 and Xbox Series X for its paying subscribers today – The Verge


imageUpdate 2:32PM ET, February 24th: Walmart has sold out of its PS5 and Xbox consoles for now.

It’s time for another round of console restocks, and once again it’s limited to paid subscribers only.This time, Walmart is the retailer that’s scheduled to have consoles available to order, beginning at 12PM ET / 9AM PT today.The superstore will have all three of the hard-to-get consoles available to ship from its site: the standard PlayStation 5 equipped with a disc drive for $499 , the disc-less PlayStation 5 Digital Edition for $399 , and also the Xbox Series X for $499 .

This restock is limited to Walmart Plus subscribers, and it requires a paid account — no free trials will qualify.Walmart Plus costs $12.95 per month or $98 per year , so it’s possible for you to pay for one month to order a console today and then cancel it before you are billed for a second month.

Be sure to sign in to your Walmart Plus account before the scheduled time of 12PM ET / 9AM PT, and have all of your shipping and billing info filled out.Walmart’s listings may at first show incredibly high prices being offered from third-party sellers, but as the restock time approaches it should flip over to the proper prices through Walmart itself.Be ready to click “Add to cart” when the button becomes available and queue up for your turn, but do not refresh your browser too much beforehand, as it may trigger Walmart’s bot protection — causing you to lose precious seconds.

While nobody likes having to pay extra just to buy a console for its regular price without a bundle, these Walmart drops have consistently been successful for many.Let us know in the comments if you have any luck, and godspeed.


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PlayStation 5 $499

Sony’s flagship next-gen console, which includes a disc drive, allows you to play both digital and physical games for the PS4 and PS5.

$499 at Walmart

PlayStation 5 Digital Edition $399

The PS5 Digital Edition costs $400.

Compared to the standard PS5, this console is $100 less and does not include a Blu-ray disc drive.

$399 at Walmart

Xbox Series X $499

The Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s flagship console, serving as its most powerful (and biggest) option.

While the Series S is aimed at smooth 1440p performance and takes a disc-less approach, the $500 Series X is focused on fast, 4K gameplay.

$499 at Walmart Some choice accessories and games for your new PS5

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart $50 $70 29% off

Insomniac Games’ latest adventure in the Ratchet & Clank series is the most fun entry yet.It’s also the first to launch on PS5, and it’s both a showcase for amazing graphics and fast loading speeds.

$50 at Amazon $50 at Best Buy

Returnal $50 $70 29% off

The latest title from Housemarque is a rogue-like third-person shooter that puts you in the shoes of Selene, an astronaut tormented by a seemingly never-ending time loop.

$50 at Amazon $50 at Best Buy

Midnight black DualSense controller $70

The midnight black DualSense controller sports the same hardware as the original — haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, etc.— only with a two-tone black design reminiscent of PS2, PS3, and PS4 consoles.

$70 at Best Buy $69 at Walmart

Sony Pulse 3D headset $99

Sony’s own wireless gaming headset, made to showcase the PS5’s 3D audio effect, also works on the PS4.

$99 at Amazon $100 at Target Some choice accessories and games for your new Xbox Series X

Halo Infinite Collector’s Steelbook Edition $48 $60 21% off

The latest installment in the cherished sci-fi first-person shooter franchise delivers a hefty campaign, along with a free-to-play multiplayer mode.This physical version comes with a free steelbook case.

$48 at GameStop

Xbox Wireless Controller $49 $60 19% off

Microsoft’s latest Xbox controller features a share button and a USB-C charging port if you decide to use the optional rechargeable battery.

$49 at Amazon $54 at Walmart

Xbox Stereo Headset $46 $60 23% off

Microsoft’s Xbox Stereo Headset offers a no-fuss, wired solution for gaming on the Xbox One and Series X / S, as well as PCs, and just about anything with a 3.5mm connection.The gaming headset looks similar to Xbox Wireless Headset, but it lacks features like the chat/game audio mix dial.

$46 at Target $46 at Amazon

Xbox Wireless Headset $100

You don’t have to miss a call while you game thanks to Microsoft’s Xbox Wireless Headset.In our review , we found it to be a comfortable, intuitively designed headset that’s well worth the price.In addition to working well with Xbox consoles, it can connect to another device simultaneously via Bluetooth.

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