Since its release back in November 2020, many gamers have still been unable to secure an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S.
Setting up stock alerts and being on the ball is crucial to securing a console, but we can try to help you out along the way.
All Access At Smyths
At the time of writing this, Smyths are currently offering the All Access finance option on both the Xbox Series X and S, and it appears to be in stock too.
Gamers can purchase either console on a two year finance agreement with 0% APR, meaning you won't pay any extra for the service.
Included in the console and two years of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
The Game Pass Ultimate subscription is great value for money too, as it allows instant access to over 350 games, including EA Play, on the console, PC, and mobile, as well as online play.
With stock being limited the bundle could very well be out of stock by the time you read this.
So check out all of the other retailers below and see if any have any stock available today.
Recently we have seen GAME, Argos, and Amazon all receive stock of the next-gen systems, but all quickly sold out, meaning buyers need to be quick if they stand any chance at grabbing a new console.
The best advice is to turn stock alerts on for every website that offers them.
Here is a list of most UK retailers that stock the new Xbox.
Xbox Series X
- Currys - £449
- GAME - £449.99
- Smyths - £449.99
- Argos - £449.99
- Ebuyer - £449.99
- BT - £449.99
- John Lewis - £449
- Xbox,com - £449.99
Xbox Series S
- Currys - £249
- GAME - £249.99
- Very - £249
- Smyths - £249.99
- Argos - £249.99
- Ebuyer - £249.99
- BT - £249.99
- John Lewis - £249
- Xbox,com - £249.99