Where to buy a new Xbox Series X or Series S online in Australia


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Despite the fact that Microsoft launched its latest generation of Xbox over two years ago, stock can still be hard to come by.

While the smaller Xbox Series S model is readily available, the flagship Xbox Series X has been much harder to pick up at Australian retailers.

While Sony appears to have unlocked its stock problems with the PlayStation 5, Microsoft Series X is still a difficult console to obtain.

Difficult, but not impossible.

In some cases, you will still need to pre-order in order at a retailer in order to get a console. But if you’re prepared to wait, then we’re here to help you find the best place to buy an Xbox Series X online.

If you can’t wait, we’ll also help you buy the Xbox Series S online.

And don’t forget to pick up an extra controller. If you like your Xbox controllers in Velocity Green, this is where to buy it.

Here’s where you can pick up the console today:

Xbox Series X

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Xbox Series S

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Alternative options

We’ve listed out a bunch of online retailers above, but if stock moves quickly you can still miss out.

In those situations, you still have options.

First up, you could head to eBay. eBay typically has a significant markup on the console as people look to cash in on the high demand for the console to make a profit.

If you’re not worried about the asking price, then that could be a good option.

The other alternative is Telstra, which offers the console on a plan with Xbox All Access. Rather than pay up front for the console, you will pay it off on a plan over two years.

It also includes Xbox Game Pass, which could make it a great option.


  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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