The new Xbox Series X is now available to buy at Microsoft. All that’s left to do now is head over and grab yourself a next-gen console – but if you’re wondering where to buy Xbox Series X, you’re not alone.
With stock concerns mounting over the last few weeks, many are wondering which retailers are offering the most reliable stock levels today. The Xbox Series X is now in stock an hour before release date – with Microsoft leading the charge tonight.
So, whether you’re looking for the full experience in the £449 Series X or the cheaper £249 Series S, we’re showing you exactly where to buy Xbox Series X right now.
Where to buy Xbox Series X
Where to buy Xbox Series S
Where to buy Xbox Series X in the US
If you’re looking to buy Xbox Series X in the US, you’ve got a little while to wait before stock starts landing. However, the retailers you should be keeping an eye on are just below.
Amazon ran out of Xbox Series X stock incredibly quickly during the initial pre-order launch. That means you’ll want to be lightning fast when midday rolls around here as things are going to be competitive. That said, you’ll potentially get the fastest delivery here if you’re at the front of the queue.
Best Buy is expected to have Xbox Series X stock available from day one, with gates opening at midday tomorrow. Over the pre-order season Best Buy’s site struggled to keep up with demand, so keep trying if you don’t automatically get through.
Microsoft also ran out of its own pre-orders quickly last time around, but if you’re looking to buy Xbox Series X through the All Access scheme this is your best bet. You can pick up the new console for $34.99 a month or go standalone and pay all in one.
Not many are going to be heading to B&H Photo to buy the Xbox Series X tomorrow, so you might have an inside lane here. Be quick though, as it’s likely this particular retailer will have less stock to play with on the big day.
Newegg hasn’t announced much of its day-one plans for Xbox Series X, and pre-orders were limited. However, Microsoft has named the retailer as one carrying day-one stock, which means you’ll want to keep an eye out here as well.
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