Walmart is releasing another wave of PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles onto its website at 9 AM PT (12 PM ET) today exclusively for its Walmart+ members with a paying membership.
This is part of an early access promotion which you can access by heading here. The same link also includes instructions on how to sign up for a Walmart+ subscription if you're not a paying member already.
Walmart+ costs $98 a year or $12.95 per month, making it cheaper than Amazon Prime. If you were holding out on picking up a PS5 or Xbox Series X for Christmas, this might be your last chance of grabbing one. You can't get around this by signing up for the free trial.
Once you've taken out a membership, make sure your payment and delivery information is already registered to your account to speed up the transaction process once the deals go live at 9 AM PT/ 12PM ET.
As expected, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have failed to deliver the goods in the UK and Europe when it comes to Xbox Series X and PS5 consoles. While this latest promotion is great news for those of you in the US, we'll keep our fingers ready to update the Xbox Series X stock and PS5 stock pages when the consoles become available to purchase in the UK and Europe.
Where to buy Xbox Series X and PS5 stock in the US
- PS5 Digital Edition - $399 at Walmart
- PS5 Disc edition - $499 at Walmart
- Xbox Series X - $499 at Walmart
That's it for now. Happy hunting to those of you in the US. To everyone else, make sure you check out our round-up of the best Cyber Monday gaming deals right here.
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