In just a few short days, thewill be available: Microsoft releases the console to retail on Tuesday, Nov. 10. We’ve been waiting a long time for this day, and for good reason. With the Xbox Series S, Microsoft changed the gaming-platform calculus. If you had originally assumed you’d be , this is a more attractive option, : The Xbox Series S costs a much more modest $300.
But the Series S sold out quickly on preorder day back in September, and most of us were consigned to waiting until Nov. 10 to claim a console. Which raises the question: How much inventory will there actually be this week? That’s hard to say, because Microsoft has said little about how many units it will put on sale.
This much is true: While Sony has announced its, Microsoft has never indicated it would bar in-store sales, so we expect that retailers will have inventory, both online and in-store on Tuesday morning. Even so, you might have to wait. We expect limited quantities through the rest of 2020.
It goes without saying that there are no Xbox Series S for sale anywhere right now, preorder or otherwise. But we’ve rounded up all the major retailers who will be offering the console for sale starting Nov. 10.
Best Buy was the last retailer standing back during preorder day in September, but it’s just one of many stores offering the Xbox Series S on Nov. 10.
Amazon’s order page includes both versions of the next-gen console — the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
This is where to go to buy an Xbox Series S at Newegg.
Here is Walmart’s Xbox Series S order page.
If you would like to buy the new Xbox from GameStop, here is where to go.
Target is primed and ready to offer the Xbox Series S starting on Nov. 10.
Microsoft will offer the Xbox Series S for $300, or as part of the Xbox All Access plan, which includes the Series S and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and costs $25 per month for 24 months.
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