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Xbox Series X Restock Updates for Newegg, Target, Amazon, Best Buy and More

Newegg continues to be the best bet for gamers looking to purchase an Xbox Series X, which is otherwise sold out at most major chains across the U.S.

Microsoft's Xbox Series X (L, in black) and series S (R, in white) gaming consoles are seen on display during its worldwide release at an electronics store in Tokyo on November 10, 2020.

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Microsoft’s Xbox Series X (L, in black) and series S (R, in white) gaming consoles are seen on display during its worldwide release at an electronics store in Tokyo on November 10, 2020.

The retailer restocked its supplies of Microsoft’s next-gen console on Tuesday and, at the time of writing, both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S remain available.

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The latter is also available at Best Buy and Target, which are sold out of Xbox Series X.

Here’s the latest stock information from those retailers, plus Amazon, Antonline, Costco and GameStop.

Amazon Xbox Series X Restock

Both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are out of stock at Amazon. A message on the retailer’s website indicates it does not know when or if Microsoft’s next-gen consoles will be back in stock.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Amazon.

Antonline Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are both out of stock at Antonline, which is yet to announce when it will release more consoles.

The retailer has tended to announce its restocks on Twitter, so gamers should monitor its social media channels for updates.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Antonline.

Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X remains out of stock at Best Buy, but the Xbox Series S is available either on its own or as part of several bundles. Availability, however, varies depending on stores and customers should check with their local retailers.

The console alone costs $299.99, while bundles include the console and a three-month membership of Xbox Game Pass or the console and an extra controller for $329.98 and $349.98 respectively.

The console with an extra controller and a a three-month membership of Xbox Game Pass costs $379.97, while the console together with a 1TB Solid State Drive is on sale for $519.98.

The Xbox Series X, meanwhile, remains out of stock.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Best Buy.

Costco Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are both out of stock at Costco, whose latest restock sold out earlier this month.

The retailer is yet to indicate when it will release more stock, but any restock is expected to be available to members only as has been the case since the Xbox launched in November.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Costco.

GameStop Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are out of stock at GameStop, which ran out of bundles late last month.

As with other retailers, gamers wishing to remain updated with restocks should follow dedicated Twitter accounts such as @Wario64 and @GYXdeals.

Check Xbox Series X restock at GameStop.

Newegg Xbox Series X Restock

Both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are available at Newegg at the time of writing. The former is available on its own, while the latter can be purchased either as standalone or as part of a bundle including an extra controller.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Newegg.

Target Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X remains out of stock at Target, but the Xbox Series S is currently available at the time of writing.

Consoles can only be purchased online, with drive-up or pick-up collection once the order has been placed and there is a limit of one per customer.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Target.

Walmart Xbox Series X Restock

Both the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are out of stock at Walmart, whose latest restock sold out quickly last month. The retailer is yet to indicate when it will release more consoles.

Check Xbox Series X restock at Walmart.

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