Xbox series X stock UK - live: AO, Currys, Smyths, Argos and more restock updates - how to get the console

The Xbox series X is still sold out everywhere in the UK. Ongoing supply chain issues stemming from the worldwide shortage of microchips have brought production of Microsoft’s console almost to a halt, leaving shoppers wondering where to buy the new Xbox.

The cheaper Xbox series S is less powerful and more widely available, but the more advanced Xbox series X sells out within minutes of even seconds of new stock appearing. Knowing when and where the Xbox will be restocked next is key to getting hold of one.

If you want to know where to buy an Xbox series X in the UK today, you’ve come to the right place. Our stock-tracking liveblog will update you with the latest stock drops as soon as they happen, as well as any news on predicted restock dates and milestone events.

    Check stock from UK Xbox series X retailers below:

      ShopTo restocked the Xbox in the night

      08:27 , Steve Hogarty

      Good morning Xbox hunters!

      Yesterday evening we had an out-of-hours Xbox restock at ShopTo. It had been almost exactly a month since the retailer last dropped the Xbox series X on us, and the online store took advantage of the fact we were all settling down to watch Bake Off to catch us off guard.

      Missed it? (The Xbox drop we mean, not Bake Off). Don’t worry, we’re monitoring UK retailers all day to bring you more news of Xbox restocks as they happen.

      Xbox live blog signing off

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 17:03 , Alistair Charlton

      That brings to a close another difficult day of Xbox hunting. Unfortunately we didn’t see any Xbox series X restocks at all today, and we don’t yet know for sure if any stock will drop tomorrow either. But don’t lose hope, team! Some retailers have had restocks in recent weeks, and Smyths Toys says fresh stock will arrive at some point in September, which should mean a drop happening before the end of next week.

      In the meantime, keep your hopes up and we’ll see you again tomorrow morning!

      How to buy a Nintendo Switch OLED

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 16:02 , Alistair Charlton

      (Nintendo)

      While you wait for the Xbox series X to finally come back into stock, how about a new Nintendo Switch OLED? The new handheld game console will arrive in the UK on 8 October and is priced at £309.99. Pre-orders have already come and gone at most retailers, but we’re hopeful that more stock will arrive before (or on) the release date.

      The big feature of the Nintendo Switch OLED is, unsurprisingly, its shiny new OLED display, which promises more vivid colours and deeper blacks than the previous model. A massive upgrade on the old LCD screen, the new OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panel does away with a separate LED backlight, as each pixel emits its own light. That way, the brightness can be adjusted on a pixel-by-pixel basis, and when a pixel is switched off it is truly black, improving the contrast of the display.

      Nintendo has also increased the display size slightly, from 6.62in to 7in, and upped internal storage from 32GB to 64GB.

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      Tuesday 21 September 2021 15:04 , Alistair Charlton

      (The Independent)

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      How to buy the best TV for your new Xbox

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 14:27 , Alistair Charlton

      (The Independent)

      While you wait for Xbox consoles to come back into stock – or for yours to arrive if you’ve been lucky enough to buy one – you might want to pick up a new TV too.

      The television market is huge, with options for almost all budgets. But there are a few key features to look out for when buying a TV to get the most out of your new game console.

      More specifically, you’ll want a TV that can handle 4K resolution, with HDR and a 120Hz refresh rate, which the Xbox series X is capable of. This makes for smoother visuals when playing your favourite games and navigating the Xbox interface. You’ll also want to make sure the TV has an HDMI 2.1 port for hooking up your console.

      Read The Independent’s guide to the best gaming TVs for PlayStation and Xbox in 2021.

      What’s the difference between Xbox series X and series S?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 14:01 , Alistair Charlton

      (Microsoft)

      Microsoft makes two versions of the Xbox series game console, called the series S (£249, Amazon.co.uk) and the series X. The former is cheaper and less powerful, but is also far more widely available than the more powerful and more expensive (but very tricky to find) series X.

      As well as being smaller – and white instead of black – the series S has 512GB of solid-state storage, which is half that of the 1TB found in the Xbox series X. The S has four teraflops of processing power compared to the series X’s 12 teraflops, and it is limited to displaying games at a resolution of 1440p, whereas the series X can output games in 4K. That said, the series S can play video content from apps like Netflix and Prime Video in 4K resolution.

      Lastly, and unlike the series X, the series S does not have a disc drive, so games have to be downloaded from the Microsoft Store and it cannot play Blu-ray movies.

      The Xbox series S is priced at £249.99 and the series X is £449.99, making the smaller console great value for gamers who don’t demand 4K gaming. And you can actually buy one today, which is a nice bonus.

      How to buy a PS5

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 13:00 , Alistair Charlton

      (The Independent)

      If you fancy buying a PS5 as well – or perhaps you’re considering a change of console given the lack of Xbox series X stock – then we have a live blog for Sony’s console too.

      The IndyBest team is working hard to keep you updated on all of the latest PS5 restocks, the moment they happen. Unlike the Xbox series X, the PS5 has been easier to buy in recent weeks, with retailers like Game announcing the arrival of fresh stock ahead of time, while Amazon makes things less chaotic by limiting orders to Prime members.

      The most recent news is that PS5 restocks could drop at both Game and Amazon today, 21 September.

      When did Very last have an Xbox series X restock?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 12:31 , Alistair Charlton

      Very has had several Xbox series X restocks over the summer, including two in June and one in both July and August. The most recent restock came on 14 September, but we haven’t seen anything land since.

      The Very website currently shows both the Xbox series X and series S as out of stock, with a message simply stating how stock is “coming soon”. Once the consoles arrive, Very tends to operate a virtual queuing system where shoppers must wait their turn to access the site and drop an Xbox into their basket.

      Keep your eyes on this live blog for the latest news on when Very, and other retailers, finally get hold of some fresh Xbox series X stock.

      How to pre-order the Xbox series X ‘Halo Infinite' edition

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 12:02 , Alistair Charlton

      (Microsoft)

      Microsoft is preparing to release a limited edition version of the Xbox series X to celebrate the upcoming Halo Infinite game. The game itself is due out on 8 December, while the console will land on 15 November.

      The console, which also comes with a Halo-themed controller, is priced at £479.99, so only a little more expensive than the regular £449.99 series X console. However, and as you might have already guessed, pre-orders through Game and the Microsoft Store sold out almost immediately.

      It isn’t clear if more stock will arrive for pre-order before 15 November, or if Microsoft is holding stock back for the launch date itself. The console can be put into a basket of the Microsoft Store, but cannot currently be ordered.

      There is better news when it comes to the Halo Infinite-themed Xbox elite controller, which is £179.99 and currently available to pre-order at Game.

      What is Xbox All Access?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 11:14 , Alistair Charlton

      (Microsoft)

      We mentioned earlier this morning how Game recently had series X stock, but only via the Xbox All Access subscription. This is a monthly payment option where, for £28.99 a month for 24 months, you get an Xbox series X, plus Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

      That means you get the console, plus access to Microsoft’s online catalogue of games, ready to play right away. Xbox All Access is only available through Smyths Toys, Game and 4gadgets in the UK, but with no stock currently available. However, when Game last had series X stock via Xbox All Access, consoles remained available for quite some time.

      So if you’d rather pay monthly for your console, and like the look of the games offered on Game Pass Ultimate, then Xbox All Access could be for you. The Xbox series S is also offered through All Access, and is priced at £20.99 per month for 24 months.

      When did the Microsoft Store last have Xbox series X stock?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 10:32 , Alistair Charlton

      You might think that Microsoft’s own online store would be a surefire bet when it comes to finding Xbox series X stock online. But you’d be wrong. Unfortunately, the Microsoft Store has only offered a handful of restocks over the summer.

      These included two drops in August, with the latter being a Halo exclusive, and the most recent restock arrived on 7 September. Now though, the store only points to other retailers and states how they are also all out of stock.

      The cheaper and less powerful Xbox series S is available from the Microsoft Store, however, at its regular price of £249.99.

      When did Smyths Toys last have Xbox series X stock?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 09:58 , Alistair Charlton

      Smyths Toys had just a handful of Xbox series X restocks over the summer. We saw just one in June, none in July, then two in August (one of which being click-and-collect) and one on 9 September.

      That last drop was tiny though, with stock selling out online very quickly. We’ve heard shoppers getting lucky with Xbox stock arriving in their local branches, so if you live or work near a Smyths store it’s definitely worth calling in to see if any stock has arrived.

      The Smyths Toys website currently says fresh Xbox series X stock is due in September. With the month ending next week, shoppers should hopefully only have a few more days to wait.

      When did Game last have Xbox series X stock?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 09:15 , Alistair Charlton

      (The Independent)

      Being a dedicated video game retailer, Game has had more restocks than most others over the past year. According to our records, Game had four Xbox series X restocks in June, followed by one in July and no fewer than six in August.

      So far, there has been just one restock this month, on 8 September, so we’re hoping to see more stock arrive before October. It’s also worth explaining that the 8 September drop was tied to Xbox All Access, where the console is available for a monthly fee spread over 24 months. With a bit of luck, Game will have another regular stock drop before the end of September.

      Which retailers have had Xbox stock this week?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 08:51 , Alistair Charlton

      There have been a couple of Xbox series X restocks this week. Both AO and Amazon had stock yesterday, 20 September, but the former bundled the console with expensive accessories, pushing the price up and putting off some buyers. This is a technique we suspect AO is using to dissuade scalpers, as buying then having to sell the accessories takes time and eats into their profit margin.

      As for Amazon, the restock came without warning and was snapped up quickly. Unlike Amazon’s recent PS5 restocks, the Xbox consoles offered this week were available to everyone and not just Amazon Prime members, causing them to sell out even more quickly.

      Is the Xbox series X in stock anywhere?

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 08:36 , Alistair Charlton

      The short answer, unfortunately, is no. Over 10 months after first going on sale, the Xbox series X console is still incredibly difficult to buy from any retailer. Some shops, like AO, Game and Amazon have small amounts of stock arrive every few weeks, or sometimes once a month. But there is rarely any warning about when these will drop, so stock sells out very quickly indeed.

      Other retailers have really struggled to offer much stock at all. Argos and ShopTo haven’t had stock since August, while John Lewis, BT and Box haven’t sold any Xbox series X consoles since July.

      Follow the liveblog for the latest Xbox stock alerts

      Tuesday 21 September 2021 08:10 , Steve Hogarty

      Good morning, Xbox hunters!

      Welcome to Tuesday’s Xbox series X stock tracking liveblog, where we’ll be scanning the retail horizon for available stock of Microsoft’s new console.

      The Xbox shows up without warning and sells out in seconds. We’re here to bring you live stock updates as they happen to give you the best chance of grabbing one.

      Xbox stock trackers, signing off

      Monday 20 September 2021 16:55 , Steve Hogarty

      Well that’s all from us today.

      While brief, this morning’s Amazon restock set the week off to a great start. The retailer’s first Xbox drop in almost two weeks lasted almost two minutes. Unlike the PS5 the console was available to anyone regardless of Prime membership status.

      If you missed it, don’t worry. We’re expecting more Xbox stock to arrive later this week, so join us again tomorrow to be the first to know when Microsoft’s console rears its head again.

      The best TVs for gaming on Xbox series X

      Monday 20 September 2021 16:28 , Steve Hogarty

      To get the most out of the Xbox series X, you’ll need a 4K television.

      A lot of next-gen games allow you to choose between a performance mode and a graphics mode. Performance mode dials down the graphics settings in favour of smoother framerates of 60fps or more, while the graphics mode enables higher resolutions and fancier visual effects at the expense of framerate.

      If your TV only goes up to 1080p, you won’t be getting the most out of your new Xbox series X. To help you upgrade your set without breaking the bank, we’ve pulled together a list of the best 4K TV deals for entertainment, movies and gaming.

      You can play Xbox games on your laptop

      Monday 20 September 2021 15:36 , Steve Hogarty

      You don’t actually need an Xbox series X to play Xbox series X games, just a fast enough internet connection and a compatible streaming device.

      Xbox Cloud Gaming streams games from Microsoft’s servers to your console, laptop or phone, via your internet browser or the Xbox app. How does cloud gaming work? Well it’s basically like being on a Zoom call with a game that you’re controlling, meaning you can jump into new games at the push of a button rather than waiting around for your download to finish.

      Cloud gaming requires a membership to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (£32.99, Argos.co.uk), which unlocks on-demand access to more than 100 games. Thankfully, decent laptops are much easier to find than the Xbox series X. If you’re thinking of upgrading, check out our list of the best laptops in 2021.

      The best Xbox series X games to play right now

      Monday 20 September 2021 14:38 , Steve Hogarty

      Did you manage to grab an Xbox from Game last week? Well have a gander at our round-up of the best Xbox series X games to decide what to play first.

      Both the Xbox series X and the PlayStation 5 have endured a slow launch, with the global pandemic putting the brakes on development of many new titles. You’ll notice that many of the best Xbox series X games are upgraded and remastered versions of Xbox One games, but there are some genuine next-gen experiences to be enjoyed already.

      There are two ‘Halo Infinite’ Xbox controllers

      Monday 20 September 2021 13:40 , Steve Hogarty

      (Microsoft)

      There’s a standard, black Halo Infinite themed controller, which comes bundled with the new Halo Infinite themed Xbox series X and can’t be bought separately.

      But there’s also a new elite controller (pictured above) themed around Master Chief’s iconic green armour. The elite controller launches 15 November – Halo Infinite’s intended release date before it slipped to 8 December – and can be pre-ordered from the Microsoft Store when stock is available.

      Here are your basic Xbox series X controller options, setting aside the glut of other limited edition pads out there.

      • Xbox wireless controller: From £49.99, Amazon.co.uk

      • Xbox elite wireless controller series 2: £159.99, Argos.co.uk

      • Xbox elite wireless controller series 2 – Halo Infinite limited edition: £179.99, Xbox.com

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      When did the Microsoft Store last have Xbox stock?

      Monday 20 September 2021 11:45 , Steve Hogarty

      You’d think the official Xbox store would be the best place to find the Xbox series X in stock, but the retailer has to fight for the limited supply of consoles just like everybody else.

      The store last had the Xbox series X in stock on 7 September, and before that on 25 August when it opened up pre-orders for the limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox bundle.

      When will John Lewis & Partners restock the Xbox?

      Monday 20 September 2021 11:11 , Steve Hogarty

      John Lewis & Partners hasn’t had so much of a whiff of an Xbox series X since 12 July.

      The retailer only ever restocks at 7am sharp, so by this point in the morning we can safely assume that the historic department store won’t be selling any Xboxes today. That doesn’t mean we don’t keep tabs on this retailer though.

      We’d never let our guard down like that.

      The limited edition ‘Halo Infinite’ branded Xbox series X

      Monday 20 September 2021 10:40 , Steve Hogarty

      (Microsoft)

      We’re tracking both types of Xbox series X: the vanilla Xbox series X (£449.99, Amazon.co.uk) and the Halo Infinite branded Xbox series X (£479.99, Microsoft Store).

      The rarer Xbox celebrates 20 years of Master Chief and boasts “a custom console design imprinted with stars as seen from the surface of Zeta Halo – extending onto the fan behind a blue vent inspired by Cortana.”

      The Halo Infinite branded Xbox series X is only available to pre-order and doesn’t launch until November.

      Does Game have the Xbox in stock?

      Monday 20 September 2021 10:18 , Steve Hogarty

      (Microsoft)

      Though it’s sold out right now, Game has had the Xbox All Access programme in stock intermittently for the last two weeks. The pay-as-you-go alternative to buying the console at full price costs £28.99 per month for 24 months, and comes with two years of Game Pass Ultimate included.

      The retailer is also one of two places you can pre-order the Halo Infinite limited edition Xbox series X bundle. Game last stocked that limited edition Xbox on Wednesday 25 August, and last sold the regular Xbox series X on 13 August.

      We’ll let you know if Game receives another allocation of Xbox stock.

      Where can you buy a PS5 today?

      Monday 20 September 2021 10:01 , Steve Hogarty

      If there’s any consolation for Microsoft, it’s that rival Sony has the same production line problems to contend with. The PlayStation 5 is about as difficult to find in stock as the Xbox series X, though in recent weeks the console has been restocked with increasing frequency. It’s enough to make an Xbox stock tracking liveblog jealous.

      Follow our PS5 stock tracking liveblog for more updates on new PS5 stock as it arrives.

      What’s happening with Amazon’s Xbox series X stock?

      Monday 20 September 2021 09:44 , Steve Hogarty

      Aside from an incredibly brief restock on 9 September, Amazon has been missing the Xbox series X for months now.

      It’s occasionally been possible to buy the console from Amazon’s European sites – the Xbox was in stock at Amazon Germany and Amazon France in recent weeks – though importing the Xbox from the EU incurs a hefty wodge of taxes, delivery charges and fees. Expect to pay at least £100 extra to buy an Xbox this way.

      If you’ve given up on waiting, Amazon currently has the less powerful Xbox series S in stock (£249, Amazon.co.uk).

      Is the Xbox stock situation getting better or worse?

      Monday 20 September 2021 09:28 , Steve Hogarty

      (Microsoft)

      We’ve been tracking the availability of the Xbox series X stock for months now, and while analysts say that the global shortage of microchips is worsening, lately we’ve been seeing more Xbox stock drops than usual.

      Many retailers have found ways to evade scalpers – Game’s last restock was in store only and couldn’t be found online, and sites like AO bundle the console with accessories to cut into the scalpers’ profit margins.

      This means more Xbox consoles are finding their way into shoppers’ hands than ever.

      When did Currys last restock the Xbox series X?

      Monday 20 September 2021 09:14 , Steve Hogarty

      Though not available right now, we think Currys could restock the Xbox series X as early as this week, most likely today or tomorrow.

      The retailer has only restocked once so far in September, but managed a grand total of three stock drops in August. We ran these stats past a mathematician, who informed us that one is two less than three. If the law of averages holds, we’re coasting towards a Currys restock very soon.

      When will Smyths Toys restock the Xbox?

      Monday 20 September 2021 08:57 , Steve Hogarty

      Smyths Toys last restocked the Xbox series X on 9 September, though it was a very small allocation. We’d estimate that less than a dozen consoles were sold in total.

      Before that on 10 August, Smyths Toys had Xbox stock available to click and collect from stores around the country, and we’ve heard reports of shoppers being able to find the Xbox in stock in physical stores.

      It’s worth popping into your local branch if you’re passing by to ask about stock.

      When did Argos last restock the Xbox series X?

      Monday 20 September 2021 08:43 , Steve Hogarty

      Argos hasn’t restocked the Xbox online in weeks, and has sailed right past every predicted restock date. We’ve heard rumours of some in-store restocks happening at random spots around the country, but it’s been almost two months since the retailer last any stock on the site.

      The best way to buy an Xbox series X from Argos is through the app. Add the console to your wish list, which lets you slip the Xbox into your basket in advance for a speedy checkout when the time comes.

      Where is the Xbox series X in stock right now?

      Monday 20 September 2021 08:31 , Steve Hogarty

      Right now, the Xbox series X is sold out everywhere.

      So let’s start poking around a few retailers and rating their chances of restocking the Xbox today, shall we?

      First up we’ve got AO, which last restocked the Xbox series X on Friday, 17 September, when it sold the console as part of a rather expensive bundle costing £614. It was pricey enough that shoppers hesitated, which kept the restock going for a good 45 minutes.

      Such a recent restock means AO is unlikely to receive another allocation of Xboxes soon. We’ll keep tabs on the retailer all the same, but we think your best chance of finding an Xbox right now is to look elsewhere.

      Follow the liveblog for the latest Xbox stock alerts

      Monday 20 September 2021 08:10 , Steve Hogarty

      Good morning, Xbox hunters!

      Welcome to this week’s Xbox series X stock tracking liveblog, where we’ll be monitoring UK retailers for sightings and rumoured of Microsoft’s elusive new console.

      The Xbox can appear without warning and sells out almost instantly, so we’re here to bring you live stock updates as they happen to give you the best chance of grabbing one.

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