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The PS5 is available in the UK again.

BT have confirmed they have the consoles back in stock and available to purchase.

Customers who registered their interest in the consoles were emailed with a code today.

They can use that to order the sought-after PS5 via the BT website.

But you will have to be quick as the consoles have proven hard to get hold of.

The PlayStation 5 is the most sought-after gadget on the planet right now with gamers desperately trying to get their hands on a new console.

Following its November release, Brits have found it nearly impossible to find Sony’s latest gaming console.

Whenever new stock lands, it is picked up within seconds and often sells out within a minute.

Asda PS5 stock sells out

Many customers were left disappointed earlier last week when an Asda restock sold out quickly.

One wrote on Twitter: “Out of stock one minute after stock drop! Something very wrong with all of this Asda.”

While another added: “There is no way they all sold out that quick without bots.”

Another frustrated customer said: “Asda didn’t coat themselves in any glory with this one.

“No queue, no verification, no policies in place.

“Just chuck them online and let the quickest bot take them all.”

GAME warning to PS5 scalpers

GAME, the UK retailer, took steps to ensure a fair selling process online.

A statement released by the company last week laid out the process they had introduced to make sure scalpers couldn't get their hands on the consoles.

It said: “PlayStation 5's continue to be in very high demand and that demand far outweighs current supply.

“We have strong measures in place to help ensure that our ‘1 per customer’ statement is maintained to allow for as many individual customers to successfully purchase as possible.

“All pre-orders are subject to automatic checks.

“Order updates take place after a customer will have received a valid order confirmation email.

“At the present time these orders are still pre-orders and as such no payments have yet been taken from customers.

“Payments will commence once our order checks have been completed.”