Xbox Series X stock available to buy from Microsoft once again

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The Xbox Series X stock has become available to buy once again from the official Microsoft website. The HotStock app sent an alert out about Xbox Series X stock around 6.15pm UK time, with the next-gen console – at the time of writing – available to buy. The Xbox Series X is priced at £449.99, and when you go to checkout you can choose from a range of additional controllers to add to your order.

If you wish to purchase an Xbox Series X then click here to head to the official page on the Microsoft website you need to visit.

Elsewhere, if you’re looking to buy a next-gen Microsoft console you can also place a pre-order for an Xbox Series S from ShopTo.

However, just be aware ShopTo have the Xbox Series S priced at around £262 – which is more than its typical £249 price tag.

The latest Xbox Series X restock comes during a busy week for next-gen fans.

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In the UK those looking to get the rival PS5 system have had their best opportunity to pick up Sony’s console since it launched.

There have been plenty of PS5 restocks this week at retailers such as GAME and Currys, but stock is still selling out incredibly quickly.

One PS5 restock that went live last week at Smyths Toys literally sold out in a minute, while a recent John Lewis restock was gone in a flash.

Matters aren’t helped by bot services which have been gloating in recent days about securing over 2,000 PS5 orders from GAME.

Microsoft fans have also had similar struggles trying to secure an Xbox Series X, with stock invariably selling out quickly whenever it has become available.

But luckily this month has seen a number of Xbox Series X restocks in the UK, with Argos getting a restock today and GAME getting a restock earlier this month.

Microsoft previously said that Xbox Series X stock shortages were likely to continue until April.

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