We are looking at all possible methods to be alert to any notification of a new stock of PS5 in Spain. Channels, accounts, extensions.
You want a PS5 and either you couldn’t get it after it launched last November, or you have a friend or acquaintance who wants to buy one to get to know the new generation of Sony consoles. We are sorry to say there is no magic wand; the console’s offer is currently well below demand, both in Spain and the rest of the world. However, there are a number of accounts, tools and channels that can lend us a hand in keeping us informed up to the minute as soon as stock is back in a store. That’s what we’re looking for with this article, lend a hand.
First considerations: Will PS5 stock be coming in January? And in February or March?
At this point it is easier to answer how to tell if there is stock than when the PS5 will be in stock. While it may seem obvious, let’s start with an explanation so that anyone interested understands how unit distribution works in stores: not all stores receive PS5 units at the same time or in the same quantities.
Needless to say, in this article we only recommend channels, stores, and tools that we believe are reliable. According to sources consulted by MeriStation, PlayStation 5 stock is not expected for this month of January, but “in small quantities” for February. If there is any news, we will notify you. Normal sales flow is estimated for this spring, mainly because the COVID-19 pandemic is not only hitting health issues, but is also endangering international production and distribution cycles. Japanese companies are particularly affected by the pandemic in the industrial field.
PS5 stock in Spain: how can we know if there is or will be stock
Having said all of the above, let’s move on to the recommendations, which we’re going to divide into three types and categories; each with its specifics. Choose the one (or the one that) suits you best:
Twitter / Telegram channels that monitor stores.
Official Twitter accounts of specialty stores or department stores.
Monitoring tools via browser extensions.