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PS4 back in stock Friday at Best Buy

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The hard to find Playstation 4 is available once again at Best Buy starting again the evening of Friday, Jan. 23. The retailer has both bundles and a stand-alone version of the console ready to purchase.

The PS4 stand-alone is currently in stock at Best Buy for the regular price of $399.99. Additionally, there are five different bundles available starting at $449.98 and going up to $559.96. The lowest priced bundles come with either a copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts or a 12-month PS Plus subscription.

There is also an option for an extra DualShock 4 controller at $459.98, an extra controller and PS Plus subscription for $509.97 and a $559.96 bundle with extra controller, Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Free shipping is available but sales tax is applicable.

GameStop also received stock of the PS4 earlier this week but currently only offers the console in a series of bundles when ordering online. The console by itself can be found in local stores but expect low stock depending on the are you live in.

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