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Sony’s PlayStation 5 is available at Target [UPDATE: Sold Out]

Both models are now available for purchase

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Update March 25th, 2021 9:38AM ET: Target has sold out of both PS5 models.

If you have been keeping up with PS5 news, you will know that it is nearly impossible to find this console right now because of the short supply and mostly online-only sales. If you want another shot at trying to buy Sony’s next-gen console, you can buy the $400 all-digital edition or the $500 PS5 console, which includes a disc drive right now at Target.

It is important to note that Target only has the console available at select locations.

If you are one of the lucky ones to secure your unit in the latest restocks, I have a few suggestions on some additional items you may want to buy. You’ll likely want to buy some games for your new console. The PS5 is home to some of the most popular titles right now, such as 2020 remake of Demon’s Souls, as well as some other fun games like Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

Some games require an online subscription to play, so a subscription to PlayStation Plus is a good purchase. But you’re not just paying to play most games (excluding free-to-play titles) online, as PS5 users with an active PS Plus subscription also have access to a digital library of PS4 classics thanks to the PlayStation Plus Collection.

PlayStation Plus (annual subscription)

  • $37
  • $60
  • 39% off

A membership to PlayStation Plus allows PS4 and PS5 owners to play games online, download free titles every month, and take advantage of discounts on the PS Store. Currently, Eneba is offering Verge readers a 12-month subscription for $37 with the promo code VergePSPLUS.

If you are looking to buy a new TV that will take advantage of the next-gen hardware, Best Buy has a deal on a 65-inch 4K OLED on sale for $1,500.

Vizio 4K OLED TV (55-inch)

  • $1,200
  • $1,300
  • 8% off

Vizio is a newcomer to the OLED TV space, but it’s using the same beautiful LG panel as everyone else — and pricing it for much less. The Vizio OLED should be a perfect fit for either the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, thanks to its fluid 120Hz 4K gaming capabilities, and the perfect blacks will make your Netflix content look great, too.