Pre-orders for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will launch in Australia on September 22nd. If you are looking for one, you need to jump in quickly. This is the best way to pre-order the Xbox Series X and / or Xbox Series S consoles go online under 8 a.m. AEST on Tuesday, September 22nd.
A variety of retailers will have the consoles in stock, including EB Games, JB Hi-Fi, Amazon, and other online stores. Some already have Xbox Series X / S landing hubs, others need to keep you updated. Note that most retailers offer this only online Pre-orders so don’t worry when you go to the store to secure your order. You also need to be prepared with a deposit in between $ 50 and $ 200 depending on the dealer.
For a quick summary, here are everything you should consider when considering buying an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S:
- The Xbox Series X is priced at $ 749, aims for ultra-high performance [email protected] and contains a drive
- The Xbox Series S is priced at $ 499aims at high performance [email protected] and does not contain a drive
Your choice of console will likely depend on budget requirements and personal preferences. There are two ways you can get the console in Australia: either directly through a dealer or through the Xbox All Access program. Here you can find all the details on both options.
Xbox Series X / S: Pre-orders for Australia
You can pre-order the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S from the following retailers in Australia (where available, we’ve added links to the existing Xbox Series X / S hubs – – These will be updated as soon as the sales links go online.
Note that the cheapest place to buy the Xbox Series X and S on Tuesday may be Amazon. When PlayStation 5 pre-orders launched, it offered Amazon Prime members $ 30 off with free shipping. So stay tuned for news about a similar offer.
Xbox Series X / S via Xbox All Access
Another option to pre-order the console is the Telstra-based one Xbox All Access Program. Xbox All Access is a subscription-based service where users pay a monthly fee to access an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S console and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate over a payment period of 24 months. (At the end of the 24 months, subscribers will fully own their consoles.)
You can download this as part of Xbox All Access Xbox Series X. (with Game Pass Ultimate) for $ 46 a month ($ 1,104 over a 24 month period) or a Xbox Series S. (with Game Pass Ultimate) for $ 33 a month ($ 792 over a 24 month period).
For more information on Xbox All Access in Australia, see the program’s hub.
This article will be updated with new retail links and will sell out on September 22nd.
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