Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S pre-orders sold out very fast. However, if you haven’t managed to buy one, don’t fret. The physical release is fast approaching. Microsoft will release its next-gen console on November 10, and we have a list of the retailers you should take into account. If you want to secure your best chances of buying one of the two consoles, you are in the right place.
Before going into details, please remember to use the official links below. Also, in order to get the latest updates, please sign up for in-stock alerts at the retailers you pick. Some stores may restock, so you might still be able to pre-order the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. Therefore, here a few websites you should check if you wish to pre-order one of them:
- Amazon: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (out of stock; signups available)
- Target: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (currently sold out)
- Microsoft: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (out of stock)
- Walmart: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (out of stock; signups available)
- Best Buy: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (coming soon)
- GameStop: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (out of stock)
- Newegg: Xbox Series X | Xbox Series S (out of stock; signups available)
You may want to continually check those stores if you want to secure your next-gen gaming device.
Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S Launch Day
A few retailers will have the two consoles for sale on launch day. However, Target will have a limited supply available only for online pickup or drive-by order. Mark November 27 on your calendar as Best Buy will sell a limited supply of the Xbox Series X and Series S as part of the Black Friday tradition.
Be prepared for Black Friday in general as you can find all sorts of accessories and video games at a lower price. Another thing to keep in mind is that you may not get your pre-ordered console on the launch day due to the current situation. Both Microsoft consoles are in high demand, which will affect the whole shipping process as well.