The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles are not currently available at major retailers, though more stock may be released next week. The next-gen Microsoft consoles have been released in limited quantities since they launched in November and it is unlikely that they will become widely available any time soon.
In the meantime, Xbox fans will have to wait for occasional releases and be ready to purchase the consoles quickly. Find out below what the latest stock updates are for major retailers and how to increase your chances of getting your hands on an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S.
Walmart Xbox Series X Restock
The Xbox Series X and Series S is sold out at Walmart, but the consoles are marked as “coming soon” under the Xbox All Access versions. The consoles with Xbox All Access come with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and cost $34.99 a month for the Series X and $24.99 a month for the Series S.
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Target Xbox Series X Restock
Target has sold out of both the Xbox Series X and Series S but when more consoles become available, they will be limited to one per customer and will available for pick up and drive up.
Therefore, Xbox stock will vary by Target store and gamers may have to be willing to drive if their nearest Target does not have stock.
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Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock
Best Buy has sold out of its Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles, including with Xbox All Access. Best Buy has not announced when more consoles will be available.
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Amazon Xbox Series X Restock
The Xbox Series X and Series S is not currently available on Amazon and the retailer does not usually announce when it will have more stock. To find out as soon as Amazon releases more consoles, follow Twitter accounts like @Wario64 and turn on notifications.
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Antonline Xbox Series X Restock
Antonline restocked the Xbox Series X on Wednesday but the consoles have since sold out. Xbox fans who missed out should check back at Antonline next week, as the retailer said it aimed to have more next-gen consoles available every week.
Antonline usually alerts its customers about new Xbox Series X stock on Twitter, so it’s worth following @antonlinecom on Twitter and turning on notifications.
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