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Xbox Series X/S Restock: Best Buy, Target, Antonline & More Expected to Drop This Week – June 28-July 4

It’s another week for those waiting on an Xbox Series X/S restock – here are the retailers to watch from June 28-July 4.

We’re about to head into July and Xbox Series X/S consoles are still rarer than we’d like. Thankfully, there are more reasons than ever to get your hands on a next-gen system.

First of all, Halo Infinite has years of content in the works already, making it the biggest Halo title of all time. What’s more, we might be getting our first tease at The Elder Scrolls 6 in this E3 trailer!

Thankfully, the Xbox Series X/S shortage is almost over, according to Microsoft! And with another week of drops ahead of us, we’re feeling good about the end of June.

Find all of last week’s Xbox Series X/S restocks here!

Without further ado, here are the retailers to watch for Xbox Series X/S restocks from June 28-July 4.

All Xbox Series X/S Restocks June 28-July 4

Best Buy Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S at Best Buy

Best Buy Xbox Series X/S Restock Date: July 1 (Rumored)

We’ve had Best Buy Xbox restocks in 4 of the last 5 weeks, and we’re confident that the retailer will be able to keep delivering. Best Buy tends to drop stock on Thursdays, so keep your ears to the ground with this one.

Last week, Best Buy was our place to go for both PS5 and Xbox restocks, making it our current favorite major retailer for next-gen consoles.

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Target Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S at Target

Target Xbox Series X/S Restock Date: This Week (Rumored)

There’s great news for those looking to find their Xbox Series X/S at Target. After all, the retailer recently revealed that it’s making MAJOR changes to its Xbox Series X/S restocks.

In case you missed the news, Xbox consoles are no longer getting restock waves at Target stores. Instead, consoles will simply drop when they arrive in stock.

This is an excellent sign that shows we’re truly coming to the end of the Xbox shortage – but consoles are still suffering from heavy demand.

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Antonline Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S at Antonline

Antonline Xbox Series X/S Restock Date: Early This Week (Rumored)

Every week, we get a small amount of Xbox Series X/S stock dropping at online retailer Antonline. However, it was a rare miss for the online store this time around.

We’re not worried, however, as Antonline has become a reliable source of next-gen consoles over the last few months.

Bear in mind, Antonline always sells Xbox Series X/S restocks in bundles, meaning that you’ll be paying a higher price for the console. However, it’s been known to be one of the easiest stores to buy from – and bundles can help stop scalpers from grabbing the Xbox first!

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GameStop Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S at GameStop

GameStop Xbox Series X/S Restock: This Week (Rumored)

Although there wasn’t a GameStop Xbox Series X/S restock last week, this week could be a different story. After all, 2 weeks ago, GameStop had a big Xbox restock in-stores!

And on top of dropping devices in stores, there was even an online restock too. It seems that signing up for GameStop’s PowerUp Rewards Pro membership will net you a better chance at the Xbox restock if it goes live again this week.

What’s more, it appears that Apple Pay is the best way to checkout your new Xbox Series X/S, with LordOfRestocks on Twitter dubbing the payment method “GameStop’s weakness”.

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Microsoft Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S at Microsoft Store

Microsoft Xbox Series X/S Restock: June 29-July 1 (Rumored)

It’s been 2 weeks since Xbox Series X/S consoles were in stock at Microsoft, so we’re overdue a restock very soon. The Xbox publisher tends to restock early in the week, so keep your eyes open.

Buying an Xbox Series X/S from Microsoft itself guarantees a good price and quick shipping, but it’s surprisingly not the most reliable restocker.

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Walmart Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S restock at Walmart

Walmart Xbox Series X/S Restock: July 1 (Rumored)

When it comes to Xbox restocks, Walmart is fairly inconsistent with its drops. We waited 3 weeks for a June restock, and the retailer failed to produce stock again last week.

If Walmart is restocking Xbox Series X/S this week, July 1 is the day to watch. However, new reports indicate that Walmart could actually be moving away from online restocks.

From what we can see, Walmart is secretly restocking Xbox consoles in its U.S. stores! If you’ve got a local retailer, it may be worth stopping in to see if there’s an Xbox already in stock!

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Amazon Xbox Series X/S Restock

Xbox Series X|S restock at Amazon

Amazon Xbox Series X/S Restock: This Week (Rumored)

There’s no way to predict when Amazon will be dropping Xbox consoles, as the online retailer appears to pick dates completely at random. The exception to the rule was last week, where we were able to predict a restock for Amazon Prime Day.

Now that Prime Day is over, we’ve seen the retailer go live with Xbox Series X and S stock. But one Amazon employee is leaking thousands of extra PS5 consoles are ready to ship, so it’s not impossible that more Xbox Series X/S are in stock too!

That’s all we know about the Xbox Series X/S restocks from June 28-July 4 right now, but be sure to stay tuned for updated information as it arrives.

Be sure to take advantage of these new ‘Designed for Xbox’ monitors with your new Series X/S! And if you’re on the hunt for new hardware, why not customize yourself a unique Xbox controller too!

Bear in mind that if you’re a Windows 10 or Xbox One owner, you can reserve an Xbox Series X/S now!

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