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Regardless of which model you plan to buy, stock is next to impossible at this point. Since launch, most major retailers have stocked up and dropped consoles in bursts that tend to sell out in minutes. Check here regularly for the latest updates on this restocking. You can also track the availability of Xbox yourself; Twitter is a popular (if not entirely reliable) source of new stock rumors. But here at CNET, we occasionally get word directly from retailers and other informers about upcoming stock replenishments, and when we do, we’ll immediately distribute it.
This much is true: it will take months for anything approaching normal inventory levels to show up in stores, so getting your own Xbox for the summer will likely be challenging:
Here’s a list of all the major retailers (and high-profile resellers) where you can track inventory and availability.
Options for replenishing Xbox Series X
You can find both the Xbox Series X and the cheaper Series S on the same Amazon product page.
Here you can find the Xbox Series X at Best Buy (when the stock goes down).
This is the product page for the Xbox series on GameStop.
You may also want to visit the store’s Xbox landing page to see both new consoles, but here’s the product page for the Xbox Series X.
If you want the latest Xbox Series X news, there’s probably nowhere better than Microsoft’s own Xbox Series X homepage.
This is Target’s product page for the Xbox Series X.
Here you can buy the Xbox Series X from Newegg if the retailer has stock.
We highly recommend that you wait for stock to appear at regular retailers so that you can purchase an Xbox Series X at its regular retail price. But if you just can’t wait, keep in mind that the average price of the Xbox Series X on eBay is about $ 800.
Are you willing to pay a premium of hundreds of dollars over the list price? We don’t recommend this, but StockX is a reputable eBay-style site that lets you buy a new Xbox – as long as you’re willing to shell out $ 600 or more.
This story is regularly updated with the latest Xbox Series X inventory news.
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