Xbox Series X|S pre-orders US & Canada – Both Series X and Series S go out of stock

It’s time of Microsoft to kick off their pre-orders for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Pre-orders are going live today at 8AM local time, which in the US means 8AM PT and 11AM ET, and we’ve got a set of handy links to retailers below.

Update: Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are both out of stock in most places, though MS have the Series S in Canada. Scroll down to see everywhere we’ve been tracking – Last update at 11:50PM PT.


The Xbox Series X will be priced at $499.99 USD / $599.99 CAD, while the lower-powered Xbox Series S comes in at $299.99 USD / $379.99 CAD. Alternatively, there is All Access 24-month payment plan available at select retailers. Both consoles will be launching globally on 10th November, marking the start of the next generation.

Xbox Series X | S pre-orders from 8AM PT / 11AM ET

Xbox Series X pre-orders (US)

Xbox Series X pre-orders (Canada)

Xbox Series S pre-orders (US)

Xbox Series S pre-orders (Canada)

Notes: Where no direct product page is available, we’ve linked to a relevant search or category page. GameStop’s website is offline at the time of writing.

Additionally, Microsoft, Best Buy, GameStop and Walmart will be selling the console under the All Access payment plan in the UK. This spreads out the cost to be $24.99 per month for Series S, and $34.99 per month for Series X. This also bundles in an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, which will soon include EA Play games and benefits.

Elsewhere in the world, the console will be available, or already is available at the following locations.

  • UK (8AM BST): Microsoft Store, GAME, Amazon, Dixons, Currys PC World, Argos, John Lewis, Smyths Toys, VERY, AO, Tesco, Simply Games, ShopTo and other participating retailers
  • Canada (8AM PT): Microsoft Store, Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, EB Games, The Source, and other participating retailers
  • Australia (8AM AEST): Microsoft Store, JB Hifi, EB Games, Telstra, Harvey Norman, and other participating retailers
  • New Zealand (8AM NZST): Microsoft Store, JB HiFi, EB Games, Spark, and other participating retailers
  • Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (9AM CEST) at Microsoft Store, Amazon, MediaMarkt, GameStop, FNAC, Elkjøp/Elgiganten, and other participating retailers. These will differ from country to country.

Yesterday, Microsoft stunned the gaming world by announcing they are buying Bethesda and its catalogue of beloved studios and game franchises. Bethesda will continue to publish game independently, and existing exclusivity deals and partnerships will remain, but there’s a very real possibility that the next Elder Scrolls game, Wolfenstein, Starfield, and more could become Xbox Series X|S console exclusives. At the very least, all Bethesda games will now be added to Xbox Game Pass.

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