BT PS5 access codes sent out TODAY: Check your email inbox now

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BT customers have another chance to purchase the in-demand PS5 console from the telecommunications giant. Today BT has sent out a fresh batch of PS5 access codes – which are needed to purchase a PlayStation 5 from the broadband, telephone and TV provider. The news was revealed by the @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter account who posted: “BT has sent out codes to those who signed up via email registry for a PlayStation 5 console. Check your emails to see if you’ve received a code!

“Have a spare code you don’t need? Send us a DM and we’ll give it away to our gamers out there”.

You will need to have registered your interest in the PS5 with BT previously to be in with a chance of getting an access code sent to your email inbox today.

If you want to order a PS5 from BT then click here to head to the main PlayStation 5 page on the BT shop.

If you’ve been lucky enough to get sent a PS5 access code from BT then you can head to this website to redeem it.

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While if you haven’t registered your interest in the PS5 at BT then clicking here will direct you to the relevant site. 

You will need to enter your email address and you will also have to be a BT broadband customer.

The BT PS5 website says: “Play Has No Limits, with the new PlayStation 5.

“Experience lightning-fast loading speed and an all-new generation of incredible PlayStation games. Register here and we’ll let you know as soon as the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition consoles are available for pre-order.”

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