A brand-new Xbox Series X restock is here from GameStop, and the retailer has cheaper bundles on offer on January 19.
Recently it’s become easier than ever to get your hands on an Xbox Series X console. If you’re still looking for that next-gen system, today is your lucky day.
Just days ago, GameStop announced a new PS5 restock early – before quickly taking the post down. Now, it appears that it’s actually Xbox Series X bundles that the retailer has in store for us!
It’s worth noting that GameStop’s last Xbox Series X restock was in-stock for over 24 hours! Now, the store is lowering the price of its drop, with a cheaper Xbox restock dropping on January 19.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is letting fans build their own Xbox Series X Bundles to avoid unwanted costs!
GameStop Xbox Series X Restock – January 19
There’s a new GameStop Xbox Series X restock dropping imminently on January 19 – and the retailer is lowering the price of its bundles.
After its most recent drop was in stock for far longer than it would have liked, GameStop is cutting its prices. However, it seems that the store is not yet to the point of selling Xbox consoles individually like many other retailers do.
In fact, you can find an Xbox Series X restock this week at these retailers if reports prove correct!
Today’s GameStop Xbox Series X bundle contains the following:
- An Xbox Series X
- Additional Xbox Series X Controller
- 3 months Xbox Game Pass Membership
- $50 Gift Card to GameStop
Read More: How to Buy an Xbox Series X From GameStop
You can find the GameStop Xbox Series X Bundle here – It should be dropping any second so keep refreshing!
In total, the GameStop bundle will set you back $648.98, which at least makes the restock cheaper than past Xbox drops.
However, it’s still not the same as selling the console as an individual unit. Even scalpers are being forced to cut their Xbox prices lately, due to falling demand and an abundance of supply.
With that in mind, if you’re not willing to pay out the extra cash, just wait for the next Xbox Series X drop to arrive. After all, you can still walk in and buy an Xbox Series X at Target in-store!
And given the huge $68.7 billion purchase of Activision by Microsoft, it seems like Xbox is the place to be in the foreseeable future!