Xbox Series X and S: stock updates, preorder and prices in the UK including Currys and Asda
The Xbox Series S and X from Microsoft were two of the most popular products in the run up to Christmas, regularly selling out at big name retailers across the globe, including Asda.
But now that the festive period is over you might be wondering if they’re back in stock and you’re able to get your hands on the latest console.
Currently the GAME website says ‘limited Xbox Series X stock available now with Xbox All Access’ with gamers being able to order it from 31 January.
The product page is now live and states the console will cost £28.99 per month as users have to get it alongside the All Access package for 24 months. To order it head to the Xbox Series X GAME page here.
Meanwhile gamers were previously able to preorder the Xbox Series S edition from the website for home delivery. It was priced at £249.99 for the standalone console, while a number of bundles were also available
It’s release date is also 31 January, but this page has now been removed from the website as it’s likely sold-out with those who pre-ordered a Series S console receiving it over the next couple of weeks.
Supermarket retailer Asda have the Series S 1TB starter bundle available for £249.99 for the standalone console as well.
Another store that states it’s ‘expecting’ stock in January is Smyths Toys, although there is currently no option to place a preorder. You can book mark the Xbox Series S and Series X here so you can check back throughout the month for any updates.
Other major retailers are currently ‘out of stock’, with no information on a new release date. This includes John Lewis, Argos, Currys PC World and Amazon. Again it might be worth book marking each site, as surprise drops of the consoles happened in late 2020.
Xbox Series S price comparison:
If you’re outside the UK then the official Microsoft website is the best place to check for availability. You can see which retailers are stocking the console on the website here, which includes Best Buy, Walmart, Target and GameStop.
There are two options to choose from including Xbox All Access at £28.99 per month and includes the Series X console with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The other is a standalone console priced at £449.99, which will need to paid in full rather than monthly.
You can also read our latest updates on the PlayStation 5 here.
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