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GameStop will have PlayStation 5 bundles in stock tomorrow at 11AM ET

The standard PS5 will be made available to Pro members as part of a bundle

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If you’re one of the many still on the hunt for a PlayStation 5, you’re about to have another shot at GameStop, as the retailer will have the coveted next-gen console online starting tomorrow, January 21st, at 11AM ET / 8AM PT. The retailer will offer the standard, disc-based PS5 as part of a bundle that includes a copy of Call of Duty: Vanguard, an extra DualSense controller in red, a $50 Gamestop gift card, and a 12-month subscription to PlayStation Plus.

GameStop did not supply specifics on exactly how much the bundle will cost — nor did it mention whether the restock will take place online or in-person — but the total of everything being offered is roughly $750. Another small catch is that the restock will only be available to Powerup Pro members. Becoming a Pro member only costs $14.99 annually, however, and nets you a year-long membership to the program.

As always, we advise that you log in to your GameStop account as quickly as possible, fill in your payment details, and ensure your billing and shipping information are correct. It’ll reduce the time it takes to check out, so you have a better chance at finally landing a PS5.

However, if you don’t manage to pick up one tomorrow, don’t fret! We will continue posting stock updates as they happen.

Accessories and games to go with your console

If you do manage to secure a console, we’ve also rounded up a few of the best PS5 accessories and games to check out, some of which are even on sale.

Correction January 21st, 11:42AM ET: The cost of GameStop’s Powerup Pro membership is $14.99 a year, not $14.99 a month, as stated in an earlier version of this story. We regret the error.