GameStop's Xbox Series X restock update will soon go live. This could be your chance to have the popular Xbox gaming gadget.
Right now, having your own Xbox Series X/S or PlayStation 5 consoles is pretty hard to pull off since both of these gaming devices still have high consumer demands, but are low on stocks. However, GameStop confirmed that its latest Xbox Series X restock will happen on Apr. 21 at exactly 7:00 a.m. PT or 10:00 a.m. ET.
However, there's one thing you need before you can even try to get your hands on one of the Xbox Series X units. Interested buyers need to have Microsoft's payment plan so that they can buy one.
GameSpot reported that the exact thing you need is called Xbox All Access, which is Microsoft's monthly payment plan. It allows you to pay down your console over 24 months instead of shouldering the entire cost of your Xbox Series console or other popular gaming gadgets.
How to buy Xbox Series X from GameStop's restock
According to Tom's Guide's latest report, the first thing you need to do is to create a GameStop account. After that, you can now set up a notification for any restock update for the gaming gadget you want.
Since there will be a lot of people who will order from GameStop, you need to pre-save your address and payment information. This will give you an advantage against other consumers.
Pre-saving your information will save you a few minutes or seconds that could allow you to have your most-awaited Xbox Series X console.
Once your info is prepared, you can click the "Add to Cart" option once the Xbox Series X restock goes live. On the other hand, you also need to have fast typing ability since there will be a captcha that you need to fill up.
Other retailers and online stores to offer restocks
- Amazon (last restock March 23)
- Adorama (no update yet)
- Best Buy (last restock March 26)
- Microsoft (last restock March 16)
- Lenovo (last restock March 16)
- Newegg (no update yet)
If these online shops and e-commerce companies have restock updates, you can expect that they will offer both the popular Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. But, they haven't released any announcement yet regarding the exact dates of their console restocks.
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Written by: Griffin Davis