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The Xbox Series X is available at multiple retailers right now

The Xbox Series X is available at multiple retailers right now


Walmart, Microsoft, and Best Buy have the console in stock

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Walmart, Microsoft, and Best Buy all have the Series X in stock.
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Having a single retailer restock the Xbox Series X is rare enough, but you can currently find the rarefied console at a trio of retailers while supplies last. Anyone still trying to get their hands on Microsoft’s monolithic console can pick one up at Best Buy, Microsoft, or Walmart for the standard retail price of $499.99.

Amazon is also still offering its invite program for anyone that’s willing to wait. In addition to the standalone 1TB console, all of the retailers mentioned here are offering bundles that include games, peripherals, or Xbox Game Pass subscriptions with your purchase. Microsoft, for example, lets you bundle an additional controller with your order for a $10 discount, while Best Buy has a package that includes a second controller, a three-month Game Pass subscription, and a copy of Halo Infinite for $640.96, knocking $24 off the combined price of this bundle.

We’re not sure if this means that the scarcity of the Xbox Series X is coming to an end, but availability certainly seems to be improving across the board. We’ll keep an eye on stocks and keep you posted if anything runs dry, but for now, we’d suggest grabbing a console while you can.


The Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s flagship console, serving as its most powerful (and biggest) option. While the Series S is aimed at smooth 1440p performance and takes a disc-less approach, the $500 Series X is focused on fast, 4K gameplay.

Accessories for Xbox consoles

If you do plan on picking up Microsoft’s next-gen gaming console, you may want to think about grabbing a few accessories and games to go with it. Below, we’ve outlined a few of our current favorites, including the Xbox Stereo Headset and Halo Infinite.


Microsoft’s latest Xbox controller features a share button and a USB-C port for wired connectivity or charging if you decide to use the optional rechargeable battery.

Xbox Stereo Headset

$6038% off

Microsoft’s Xbox Stereo Headset offers a no-fuss, wired solution for gaming on the Xbox One and Series X / S, as well as PCs, and just about anything with a 3.5mm connection. The gaming headset looks similar to Xbox Wireless Headset, but it lacks features like the chat/game audio mix dial.


The latest installment in the cherished sci-fi first-person shooter franchise delivers a hefty open-world campaign, along with a free-to-play multiplayer mode.

A green and yellow fantasy landscape with a knight on horseback and ruins of a castle.

Elden Ring (Xbox)

$6025% off

The latest FromSoftware title, Elden Ring, applies the Dark Souls formula to a vast, open world.

Update July 19th, 7:49PM ET: We’ve adjusted the pricing in our product cards for the Xbox Wireless Controller and Halo Infinite. We also replaced the Xbox Wireless Headset and Forza Horizon 5 for Elden Ring and the Xbox Stereo Headset in our list of recommendations.