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The PS Portal launched just last week, but stock is already difficult to come by. The $199.99 / £199.99 remote player for the PS5 console has split opinion online, but if you're looking to buy PlayStation Portal this Black Friday week you may need to work for it. Just like with the original console launch, there's a supply and demand problem here - and retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon in the US (and Amazon, Argos, and Currys in the UK) are all seeing the latter far outstrip the former.
That means the shelves are bare right now, but this isn't our first rodeo. We were all there for the PS5 shenanigans and since then we've picked up a thing or two about tracking stock. That's why we're keeping this page updated with all the latest information about where to buy PlayStation Portal right now. We're rounding up all the retailers we've seen carrying stock so that you can quickly check for new units and running our own checks all the way through this week's Black Friday gaming deals.
The key here is patience. After all, that PlayStation Portal stock will return at one point or another and it's simply not worth giving scalpers the time or money they're looking for by taking advantage of the situation. Sony itself is asking patrons to "check back early December" for more units in the US (though that doesn't mean we won't see more from other retailers), meanwhile the UK is holding out for a November 22 restock date as listed by Sony as well.
Amazon was likely your first port of call when your PlayStation Portal hunt began, but it's currently out of stock. We'd recommend keeping a close eye here, though - as