Currys PS5 Codes – How To Get VIP Code For Replenishing New PlayStation 5 Console | Games | Entertainment
The PlayStation 5 console is back in stock at Currys, but only for VIP customers.
Customers who have signed up for the PlayStation 5 VIP program are encouraged to check their emails for confirmation.
Fans have until July 13 to redeem the code in-store, where they can purchase the PS5 in person.
The news was revealed by PS5 UK Stock Twitter, alongside a contest to win a code for yourself.
“Currys released the PS5 VIP codes,” read a PS5 UK Stock tweet. “Please check your inbox and spam folder if you have registered interest.
“If you have a spare code that you don’t need, consider sending us a DM so we can give the community a gift.”
In a follow-up tweet, PS5 UK Stock revealed its intention to give away 15 codes as part of a contest.
As you can see from the tweet below, it’s just a matter of following the account, liking and retweeting the contest tweet, and tagging a friend.
You can see full details of the PS5 UK Stock Currys VIP competition below.
If you want to get a PS5 VIP pass, you will need to visit the Currys website and sign up for a chance to buy a PS5.
Although registrations are currently closed, it is possible that they will reopen in the future, so keep an eye out for PS5 Hub at Currys.
It’s also worth contacting local stores for potential restocking or canceled orders.
Outside of Currys, it’s worth bookmarking some of the more popular stock checker accounts for even more alerts and information.
Some of the accounts mentioned above have Discord groups for PS5 customers, while others have live feeds and alerts on sites like YouTube.
Speaking of the PS5, Sony is gearing up to host a new State of Play event for upcoming games.
The upcoming Sony State of Play broadcast takes place at 10 p.m. BST on Thursday, July 8.
The July inventory will focus primarily on the upcoming PS5 exclusive Deathloop, where nine minutes of new gameplay will be revealed.
In addition to Deathloop. The 30-minute show will provide a preview of upcoming indie games and third-party releases.
Sadly, Sony has told fans not to expect updates on God of War, Horizon Forbidden West, and PSVR 2.