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Xbox Series 2TB Seagate Expansion Card spotted at $700 AUD

That's the cost of a Series X itself!

Update: EB Games Australia is now listing the Xbox Series S & X 2TB Seagate Expansion Card for $699.95 AUD, roughly $50 AUD cheaper than Mighty Ape’s listing.

What’s more, the retailer is offering a trade-in deal whereby a player can trade in their old 1TB Expansion Card and then purchase the 2TB one for a reduced price of $529 AUD.

Check out EB’s listing here.

What do you make of this slightly cheaper pricing?

Original story: A Xbox Series S & X 2TB Seagate Expansion Card is up for sale on local retailer Mighty Ape, priced at $748 AUD.

The periperhal, which adds 2TB of storage in addition to the Xbox Series S’ 512 GB or Xbox Series X’s 1TB internal SSD, is set to launch on 17 December and this is the first retailer we’ve seen attach a price tag to it.

Mighty Ape also lists the 1TB Seagate Expansion Card at $348 AUD, the unit’s recommended retail price (RRP). The site doesn’t have an entry for Seagate’s smaller new 512GB Expansion Card.

You can head to Mighty Ape’s listing right here.

Neither Microsoft or Seagate has confirm pricing with us, despite queries; if the RRP is set at $748 AUD, that puts it on par with the price of the Xbox Series X itself. We’ll keep you informed as we learn more.



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