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The first batch of PS5 units sold out and next shipment expected in 2 months

The first batch of PS5 units sold out and next shipment expected in 2 months

By Manoa Dawaibalavu , Priteshni Nand
Thursday 19/11/2020
Shafika Ahmed and Leader of Prouds Suva Central Store Richard Chand

PS5 units at all Prouds stores in Fiji have been sold out and they will not be available during Christmas as the next shipment is expected in two months.

Leader of Prouds Suva Central Store, Richard Chand says a unit costs $1999 and there were 28 units available at their store.

He cannot disclose how many units were available in other stores.

Chand says they gave an additional controller with the console which has 1 year warranty.

Shafika Ahmed from Suva Point says she had been standing in the line since 8.30am and is proud that she has managed to get a unit.

Jese Waqanibaraki says he had been waiting for the unit for months and God has answered his prayers.


Prouds are the authorized dealers for Sony and PS5 in Fiji.

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