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Australian Xbox Series pre-orders: All major retailers’ links here

Mark your calendars and set your alarms.

Australian Xbox Series S & X pre-orders go live from tomorrow, 22 September at 8.00 am AEST, and we’ve a listing of all major retailers’ links alongside additional information like required deposits, customer limits and more (where available).

Let’s get straight into it, with retailers listed alphabetically. We’ll also be updating this list as more information is received.

Amazon

  • Xbox Series S ($499 AUD, deposit unknown, purchase limit unknown)
  • Xbox Series X ($749 AUD, deposit unknown, purchase limit unknown)

Big W

  • Xbox Series S ($499 AUD, deposit unknown, purchase limit unknown)
  • Xbox Series X ($749 AUD, deposit unknown, purchase limit unknown)

EB Games Australia

Update: EB will take “post launch” pre-orders from 12.00 pm AEST.

The Gamesmen

Harvey Norman

JB Hi-Fi

  • Xbox Series S ($499 AUD, $50 AUD deposit, 1 per customer, launch day not guaranteed)
  • Xbox Series X ($749 AUD, $50 AUD deposit, 1 per customer, launch day not guaranteed)

Microsoft Store

  • Xbox Series S ($499 AUD, with 1.5% Cashback when using Cash Rewards)
  • Xbox Series X ($749 AUD, with 1.5% Cashback when using Cash Rewards)

Target

Telstra (Xbox All Access)

Update: “For Xbox Series X on Xbox All Access, we are currently taking wave 2 pre-orders online, and at this stage we still have wave 1 allocation available from our stores,” a representative has confirmed with Stevivor.

“For in-store orders in Melbourne, please check COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines or contact your local Telstra store.”

Telstra’s All Access program doesn’t have any upfront costs, but you’ll need to already have a service with Telstra to take advantage of the finance program.

Despite what seems to be a larger cost at the end of two years, you’ll actually save money in comparison to a console and a two-year Xbox Game Pass subscription (which is included with All Access).

The Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X hit virtual and physical store shelves on 10 November.

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Steve Wrighthttps://www.stevivor.com
Steve's the owner of this very site and an active games journalist for the past ten years. He's a Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, ice hockey player and fan. Husband to Matt and cat dad to Wally and Quinn.