You Can Preorder Xbox Series X and Series S on September 22

Posted on September 17, 2020 by Paul Thurrott in Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X with 3 Comments

Microsoft announced today that it is opening preorders for the Xbox Series S and Series X at 8 am PT/11 am ET on Tuesday, September 22. The consoles will become available for sale on November 10 in 37 countries and in 41 countries by the end of the year.

“On November 10, a new generation of console gaming begins,” Microsoft’s Will Tuttle writes in the announcement post. “Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will deliver players the most performant, immersive[,] and compatible next-generation console gaming experiences ever.”

As you must know by now, the Xbox Series S will retail for $299 in the United States, while the Xbox Series X will set you back $499. Both will be available for preorder on September 22 either at the full retail price or via Xbox All Access with monthly payments over two years.

Availability varies by country, but in the United States, you can preorder the consoles at Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Microsoft Store, Newegg, Sam’s Club, Target, Walmart, and other participating retailers. If you wish to use Xbox All Access, you can do so via Best Buy, GameStop, Microsoft Store, and Walmart.

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Comments (5)

5 responses to “You Can Preorder Xbox Series X and Series S on September 22”

  1. kenosando

    I plan on buying it outright, but I wonder: does All Access require any pre-payment on the 22nd? I recall the short stint they did for the Xbox One but I don't recall that being a pre-order scenario.

    Edit: no up-front costs for All Access per the link.

  2. SaintKaze

    So annoying . From day one the page has always said sold out for me.

  3. campbell

    Pre-ordered in the UK - using Xbox all access. Now just need to see how reliable the order/fulfilment process is.

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