Xbox Series X Restock Update for Walmart, GameStop, Costco, Sam's Club, Antonline and More

Xbox Series X consoles have been briefly available at multiple retailers this week, with the latest restock occurring at Walmart.

Below is a breakdown of the most recent Xbox Series X restock information.

Walmart Xbox Series X Restock

Thursday afternoon saw the Xbox Series X restocked at Walmart, at around 3 p.m. ET. The additional supplies have since been depleted, although you can still purchase the less expensive Xbox Series S for the price of $407.45.

To receive an immediate alert when Walmart next restocks, follow the likes of @Wario64 and @GYXdeals on Twitter.

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GameStop Xbox Series X Restock

GameStop was selling Xbox Series X units in a number of participating outlets on Wednesday. This was the first time in 2021 that the console had been physically available in any GameStop stores.

According to reports from dedicated console trackers, most sites only had an inventory count of around 13 and there were incredibly long lines too. As such, it was still quite difficult to get your hands on Microsoft's next-generation console during the event.

Since Wednesday, GameStop has not updated its website with any new stock.

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Amazon Xbox Series X Restock

With Amazon's "Prime Day" celebration nearly upon us, it is expected that Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles will soon be available from the online marketplace.

The flash sale usually has a lot of great deals related specifically to electronic goods, like laptops, PCs and gaming consoles. As such, many analysts are predicting that Xbox units will be heavily featured in the two-day event.

This year's Amazon Prime Day is running from 21 June to 22 June. Of course, you will need an Amazon Prime subscription in order to be eligible for any offers.

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Sam's Club Xbox Series X Restock

While the Xbox Series X is currently sold out at Sam's Club, you can place an order for the Xbox Series S. The less powerful version of Microsoft's console will come bundled with an extra wireless controller, a charger and a play kit, all for the low cost of $369.98

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Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are both out of stock at Best Buy. If the situation changes, dedicated tracker accounts like @Wario64 and @GYXdeals will send out immediate alerts.

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Target Xbox Series X Restock

Neither the Xbox Series X nor the Xbox Series S are available from Target at the time of writing.

To keep abreast of any changes, it is worth following dedicated Twitter accounts like @Wario64 and @GYXdeals.

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Newegg Xbox Series X Restock

Whenever Newegg acquires new Xbox units, they will be packaged together with different accessories and games.

These bundles are then included in what the retailer calls a "Shuffle" event, which is basically their version of a lottery draw. At the time of writing, Newegg is not running any of these raffles with an Xbox Series X.

The likes of @Wario64 and @GYXdeals on Twitter will let you know when the next Newegg Shuffle opens.

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Costco Xbox Series X Restock

Neither the Xbox Series X nor the Xbox Series S are available from Costco.

Again, follow @Wario64 and @GYXdeals on Twitter for regular updates about Costco's future restocks.

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Antonline Xbox Series X Restock

While the Xbox Series X is unavailable at Antonline, you can purchase an Xbox Series S. Totaling $359.98, the order will come with a pair of wireless controllers thrown in.

If any more purchase options become available, dedicated tracker accounts like @Wario64 on Twitter are usually the first to break the news.

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The Xbox Series X and Series S
The Xbox Series X (in black) and Series S (in white) on display at a Tokyo gaming store in November 2020. CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/Getty Images