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Day One PS4 bundles still available says Asda

Luke Johnson



With less than two weeks remaining until the UK’s PS4 release date, supermarket chain Asda has confirmed that Day One PS4 bundles are still available to buy.

Giving eager gamers a final chance to secure their next-gen Sony consoles for the day of launch, Asda has announced a new PS4 bundle deal which will be shipped in time for the imminent November 29 PS4 release date.

The Day One PS4 bundle which sees the 500GB PlayStation 4 console packaged with a copy of Killzone: Shadow Fall will set wannabe owners back £385, up on the console’s standard £349 fee.

Despite the PS4’s nearing arrival, according to Asda, the “item is available to pre-order for free delivery on release date.”

Although the Day One PS4 bundles are limited to one per customer, in an attempt to further sweeten the deal, Asda has announced that all PS4 pre-orders placed with it will be rewarded with £5 off an addition PS4 game purchase.

A warning on the company’s PS4 bundles pages reads: “Guaranteed Day 1 Stock. 1 Console per Customer. Asda reserves the right to cancel multiple orders.”

News of Day One PS4 bundles still being available through Asda clashes with confirmation earlier this week that online retailer Amazon has already sold out of its PS4 stock up to and including the festive period. Amazon has announced that all new PS4 pre-orders will now not be shipped until after the festive period.

“Customers who pre-order this console from November 14 will receive their consoles after Christmas,” Amazon has stated on its PS4 product page.

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November 16, 2013, 3:24 pm

It says its sold out now :(


November 16, 2013, 7:06 pm

There was about 9 bundles all providing great value on the 15Nov but all but one, the Killzone one as mentioned above, was still available but as you mentioned this morning that too was taken down. I reckon they were all on their site for around 6 hours. Fortunately, I came across it when I was looking into where to get one 'day one' and when I was trying all the super markets I happened find the bundles and straight away got one. But, the games are still in stock and a lot of the accessories and games are still cheaper on the site though.


November 16, 2013, 8:41 pm

actually you could only pre order the ps4 if asda had sent you a unique code, so i dont think they were available to everyone


November 17, 2013, 9:54 am

Managed to get one of these in the nick of time. Didn't need a unique code.


November 17, 2013, 6:57 pm

Also found to be sold out (at checkout stage), noon 17th Nov.


November 18, 2013, 11:45 pm

When I checked on the 15th of November, there were two bundles.
£349 Playstation 4 console and
£385 Playstation 4 bundle with Killzone ShadowFall

I quickly bought the £349 console and Battleifeld 4 with £5 off as the offer stated.
I then rang asda to confirm that my PS4 really was going to be delivered on the release date and they said ... YES
I wasn't convinced. Rang them again and got another answer which confirmed it.

I check on the 17th and PS4 are out of stock.

My only guess can be that people that put deposit for pre order didn't voucher it and lost out on an order, and some orders being refunded. Apart from that I can't see how they can get extra stock after SONY and Amazon announced orders wont be delivered for Xmas in time!


November 19, 2013, 2:38 pm

So I ordered my bundle (£385) on the 15th, had the delivery and billing address as the same address. Received a call from ASDA customer care today (19th) to say that my PS4 will be delivered but not on Day 1, when pressed for an estimated delivery date, the rep said that it should be between 3-5 days.


November 25, 2013, 11:11 pm

I went in to a game store near me and the guy said they r hopping on getting some more in this week 25th so fingers crossed they have some in :D


November 29, 2013, 3:39 pm

I think they had extra stock shipped over from their parent company in the states (walmart)

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