Xbox Series X Restock Update for GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Amazon and More

An Xbox Series X restock is scheduled to take place today (September 16) at a major outlet. Meanwhile, there are also multiple opportunities for getting the less-powerful Xbox Series S at a few retailers.

Here is the latest restock information for the Xbox Series X.

GameStop Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X is available today via GameStop's "All Access" scheme.

Bundled with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, the next-gen console will be released at 11 a.m. ET.

With this being an All-Access item, you will not be able to purchase it in a single transaction and will instead have to pay it off in monthly installments of $34.99.

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Walmart Xbox Series X Restock

Walmart tends to coordinate its Xbox Series X restocks every other Thursday at 3 p.m. ET, but the outlet broke that established pattern last week.

It was most recently selling Microsoft's console towards the back end of August and is therefore long overdue for its next drop.

While there is no indication of when this will take place, it is likely that it will still be on a Thursday afternoon. As such, we advise that you keep an eye on Walmart's website later today (September 16).

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Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock

As per our last update, the Halo Infinite edition Xbox Series X is still listed as "coming soon" at Best Buy.

It is unclear when this item will finally be released but, until then, you might be able to order an Xbox Series S from the merchant's website instead. The availability of this console is entirely dependent upon your location.

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Target Xbox Series X Restock

With Target no longer organizing nationwide drops, it has become incredibly difficult to predict when Xbox consoles will next be available from the merchant.

Instead of synchronizing its restocks across the country (like every other retailer), Target is now letting individual locations manage their own inventories. This means that there is no efficient way to keep track of all the various Xbox drops, as they are scheduled for different dates and times in each region.

While this is not ideal, you will just have to get into the habit of regularly checking the inventories of nearby stores. You can do this on Target's website, where there is an option to narrow down your search via ZIP code. We have found that it is best to do this first thing in the morning.

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Newegg Xbox Series X Restock

Today's Newegg shuffle does not feature any next-gen consoles, but there is the usual selection of gaming PC components.

For those who are not aware, Newegg distributes in-demand electronics through a lottery. These "shuffle" draws occur every day and are often a good way of securing Xbox and PlayStation units without having to join a virtual queue.

It is a fairer system too, given that the consoles are not being offered on a first-come, first-served basis. As such, you do not need to be constantly monitoring the website just to beat scalpers to the punch.

Speaking of which, while there are no Xbox Series X units in today's Newegg shuffle, you can purchase a few second-hand consoles elsewhere on the website. It is worth bearing in mind, however, that these are being traded by third-party resellers and are extremely overpriced.

For instance, there is an Xbox Series X listed on the Newegg marketplace right now for $944.95, which is nearly double the recommended manufacture's price.

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Microsoft Store Xbox Series X Restock

Shortly after we published our last update, a new batch of Xbox Series X units was released by the Microsoft Store.

This restock occurred at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, September 9. A few days later, the outlet also replenished its supplies of the all-digital Series S model.

Those Xbox Series X supplies have now been thoroughly depleted.

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Antonline Xbox Series X Restock

While you cannot get an Xbox Series X from Antonline right now, the less-powerful Series S model is available in three different bundles.

If you decide to grab one these, you will get a wireless headset and a spare controller (in either Shock Blue, Pulse Red, or Electric Yellow). Regardless of which color you select, the bundle will be priced at $364.99.

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Amazon Xbox Series X Restock

At the time of writing, you can add an Xbox Series S to your Amazon basket, but these supplies are incredibly limited.

The console is available in a bundle with two wireless controllers, a three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass and a Kwalicable accessory pack. This is all priced at $599.

There is still no word on when Amazon will next be restocking on the Xbox Series X.

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Sam's Club Xbox Series X Restock

Likewise, the Xbox Series S is also available from Sam's Club.

You can pick up the cheaper hardware from the website right now. It will ship in a bundle with various accessories for your controller, including a charge base and a lizard green grip.

The entire package costs $324.98. For context, a standalone Xbox Series S has a recommended manufacturer's price of $299, so this is a fair deal.

At the time of writing, there are no Xbox Series X units in stock at Sam's Club.

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Costco Xbox Series X Restock

There is currently only one Xbox bundle listed at Costco and it is out of stock. Console trackers like @GYXdeals, @XboxStockAlerts and @mattswider will alert their followers when the situation changes.

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