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PS5 live UK restock alerts for Currys, AO, Very and John Lewis: LAST CHANCE for March

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More PlayStation 5 consoles will be on sale later this week, as the UK PS5 restocks continue.

March has been a busy month for PlayStation 5 restocks, as the likes of Currys, Argos, GAME and John Lewis all put the console on sale.

And don’t worry if you’ve missed out so far, because more restocks are coming this week.

“Another week of drops, expecting John Lewis, AO and Very to release this week. Currys are currently processing huge PS5 drop,” reads a PS5 UK Stock- Instant Updates post.

The restocks began with a John Lewis stock drop earlier today (March 9). The PS5 consoles were snapped up pretty quickly, but John Lewis is tipped to drop more stock throughout the week, likely due to cancellations.

However, the biggest stock drop of all is expected to take place at Currys, where customers can sign up for priority passes.

“Currys is taking registration for PS5 priority passes. Theyre randomly selecting customers who will get a reservation for a PS5 in store. Likely this will be heavily botted, but worth a shot.”

As with all PS5 restocks, Express Online will be updating this article with all the latest information and stock alerts, so keep checking back for updates.

Furthermore, hit play on the YouTube embed below for live alerts. The video will make a loud noise when consoles are back in stock.


If you want to get a PS5 Priority Pass, then you’ll need to visit the Currys website and sign up for a chance to buy a PS5.

Once on the PS5 Priority Pass website, customers are encouraged to fill out their details, including name, address and email.

Currys will select random entrants and send a Priority Pass to them, complete with a PS5 buying code. These codes will be valid for 72-hours only.

Elsewhere, AO and Very will also restock the PlayStation 5 this week, although sadly the same can’t be said for Argos.

“Just to clear this up, Argos isn’t releasing stock this week so stop staying up – these are rumours. Still waiting on AO and Very to release stock. After which we’ll be waiting for the next shipment near end of March.”

If the reports are true, then there won’t be any additional PS5 stock drops in March, which makes this week’s restocks even more crucial to fans.

If you are still hunting for a PS5 console, then you should approach with caution.

There have been countless reports of customers being sent scam text messages after ordering a console.

As pointed out by the PS5 Stock Checker social media account, some people have been sent text messages claiming to be from Royal Mail.

Another report of people receiving scam notifications after ordering a PS5!” reads a Stock Alert tweet.

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“This time it’s an SMS message claiming to be from Royal Mail. DO NOT CLICK THE LINKS OR PAY THEM ANYTHING! These are a scam and people do fall for them! They have been reported!”

It’s generally easy to spot scam messages by the poor grammar, odd email addresses and unknown numbers.

If in doubt, it’s best to visit sites like Royal Mail independently, without clicking any links or inputting any information.

Remember to keep checking back for the latest stock drops in the UK, and to bookmark the Stock Informer website, while following social media channels such as Digital Foundry Deals.

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