As we had warned several days ago, the Best Buy store began its product liquidation plans before its imminent departure from Mexico and is hailing its closure “in an orderly manner” in the 41 branches it has throughout the country. This news is given even though the brand closed eight of its establishments within this market throughout this 2020.
In the official statement on the departure from Mexico, this retail and technology company released other details about the logistics of the closure of its China Email List business and pointed out that the official website will continue to operate, potentially after December 31., until the brand’s inventory runs out.
This is good news for Xbox and PlayStation fans, as we remember that there is a shortage of the products. Several chain stores did not sell the systems in person because they did not want crowds and only offered units through their online sites. Sony decided not to offer PlayStation 5 in physical stores to avoid large groups of people.
Best Buy sold consoles in Mexico, but then closed before crowds, although now in digital, not only in the country, it promised that it would have both next-generation consoles available for purchase on December 15.
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It’s been over a month since the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S were released, and if you’ve tried buying one of the new consoles, it’s been quite a challenge, but in a blog post today, Best Buy confirmed that the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S would be restocked tomorrow.
The retailer announced that the stocks will be mobile lead available exclusively online, as the retailer announced in November that they will not be sold in stores until 2021.
Like all major hardware releases, demand for the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S is through the roof, with the consoles launching during a pandemic, most retailers have sold the products exclusively online at inconsistent times to help.