Not sure where you can get your hands on the Xbox Series S? Keep reading to find out the next time your favourite retailer will have it in stock
The Xbox Series S is nearly as hard to find as its bigger, more powerful sibling the Xbox Series X. With the PS5 also having stock issues, it seems everyone is struggling to get themselves a shiny new console this year.
To keep yourself updated on the Xbox Series S stock in stores, make sure you bookmark this page and remember to visit us for updates. You can do the same for the Xbox Series X too if you’re unsure which console you want.
Xbox Series S Deals
With restocks coming in steadily for the last six months, it’s impressive that so few people have been able to get their hands on the console. Though with shops selling out in under an hour it’s no surprise that a lot of people have been left in the dark.
To make sure you’re as up-to-date as you can be, Trusted Reviews uses a deal widget (below), which keeps an eye on all the shops selling the Xbox Series S. Keep this page bookmarked and keep coming back to see when it’s back in stock and what the best deals out there are.
For people in the UK that are interested in buying the shiny new console, here are all the sites that sell the Xbox Series S, and you’ll definitely have more luck here than with the Xbox Series X.
- Amazon UK: In stock from £249.00
- Currys PC World: In stock from £279.00
- Game UK: Out of stock
- Smyths Toys: Out of stock
- Microsoft: Out of stock
- John Lewis: Out of stock
- Asda: Out of stock
- AO: Out of stock
For those in America, you might struggle a little more bagging the Xbox Series S, though if you think you’re missing out make sure you click the ’email me’ button on Amazon to make sure you’re updated on what’s happening with the latest console.
- Amazon US: Out of stock
- Walmart: Available from $387.88
- BestBuy: Out of stock
- GameStop: Out of stock
- Sam’s Club: Out of stock
- Microsoft: Out of stock
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Why is there no Xbox Series S on the market?
Also halting production of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, Covid-19 played a big part in disrupting production for this console. Factories shut and manufacturing has been working at a slower pace since the pandemic.
A shortage of Graphics Cards (graphic processing units) and semiconductors have also gotten in the way of production, as both are vital components when making consoles like this.
When searching for your latest console, always make sure you are looking at reputable sites and keep an eye out for suspicious adverts or deals that look too good to be true.