A PS5 could be yours today… if you’re a BT customer

The hunt for a PS5 continues but BT has an alternative solution

PlayStation 5 BT
(Image credit: BT / Sony)

Still searching for a PlayStation 5? Yes, it's a little bit of a minefield out there, as consumers desperately try to get their hands on Sony's latest games console in time for the biggest new releases; or dare we say, before the holidays. Well, for any BT customers, there's actually a workaround in place to secure a PS5 and, in theory, beat the bots, 

• Update: BT now has a NEW PS5 restock drop going on 

BT operates a system where anyone that has an account set up with the company can claim a unique customer code, which can then be used to purchase a PS5 through the BT shop. To do this, first head to BT website and log in with your details. Under the Offer section of MyBT you should find a PlayStation 5 image and the option to redeem code. 

After this, you will be taken to the BT Shop where you can purchase a PS5 (once in stock). The last set of codes were made available to customers on September 27th, offering PS5 consoles, as well as bundles containing PS5 consoles, controllers, charging stations and headsets. 

You can only make a purchase through the website, not through the app or over the phone. From our own personal experience, the BT customer support line worker we spoke with (while lovely) had no idea what a customer code was and had never heard of this PS5 offer. So, the website really is the only option. It's also worth noting that it's set up on a first come first serve basis, so keep an eye out on social media and your email to not miss out. 

If you are not a BT customer and are still looking for a PS5, head on over to the official T3 PS5 stock tracker. We also have new information on Argos and GAME with drops from both expected in the next few days.  

Matthew Forde
Matthew Forde

Matthew is the Staff Writer for T3, covering news and keeping up with everything games, entertainment, and all manner of tech. You can find his work across numerous sites across the web, including TechRadar, IGN, Tom's Guide, Fandom, NME, and more. In his spare time, Matthew is an avid cinema-goer, keen runner, and average golfer (at best).