How to shop for your PlayStation 4 console now that it’s sold out
PlayStation 4 sales for the first week of December have been brisk, but the console’s sales are far from certain.
That’s because, unlike other consoles, the PS4 doesn’t have a preorder option.
And if the console goes on sale this Friday, there’s a chance that some buyers will have to wait weeks before they can buy it.
This means that many buyers will be able to make a big splash in the first few weeks of sales by purchasing the console in bulk.
This is what happened to us on the first day of the launch, when we bought an Xbox One and spent an entire weekend getting a good deal.
While the Xbox One was only available for $399.99, the PlayStation 4 has a higher price tag at $499.99.
That means that buying a console with the same price as the Xbox one for a weekend can easily result in an unexpected purchase price increase, since the PS5 console will be priced similarly.
This can lead to some significant pricing changes.
If you’re a Sony fan, and you’re buying a PS4 on a whim, there may be a limited number of console bundles available, and it may be worth considering a more expensive PS4 for a family holiday.
If that’s the case, however, you might be better off with a cheaper PS4, and vice versa.
This will all depend on how much you want to spend.
If you’re in the market for a new console, however it came out, here’s a list of the best PlayStation 4 consoles currently available for preorder.
If there’s something else you’d like to see added to the list, leave a comment.
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