Xbox Series X stock available to buy at Amazon UK today

Xbox Series X stock available to buy at Amazon UK today

Xbox Series X restock – Microsoft console becomes available to buy at Amazon UK (Image: MICROSOFT)

Xbox Series X stock has become available to buy at Amazon UK once again today, with the retailer taking pre-orders for a June 29 restock. The Xbox Series X is priced at £449.99 at Amazon UK, with free delivery available. If you want to purchase the Xbox Series X from Amazon UK then click here to head to the page you need to visit.

The Amazon UK Xbox Series X restock went live at 11am today.

One of the stock tracker accounts that alerted gamers about the latest Xbox Series X restock was @UKPS5Notify.

The account tweeted: “Amazon​ Xbox Series X. £449.99 as of 11:01:24”.

Besides the Xbox Series X on its own, Amazon UK also has a bundle available which includes a console, three months worth of Game Pass Ultimate and a download code for Forza Horizon 4.

This bundle costs £532.97, click here to head to the page you need to visit to order this bundle.

It’s important to point out that Forza Horizon 4 is also available with Xbox Game Pass.

So as long as you’re a member of the Xbox subscription service you won’t really need the download code included with the bundle.

Elsewhere, another UK retailer has stock available of the Xbox Series X. currently has an Xbox Series X bundle that is priced at £689.

This bundle includes an Xbox Series X console, as well as an extra controller and a Thrustmaster TMX Racing Wheel. 

Xbox Series X Amazon restock

Xbox Series X has become available to buy once again at Amazon UK (Image: AMAZON)

The latest Xbox Series X restock comes a few weeks after Microsoft’s blockbuster E3 event, which not only showed the future is bright for Xbox but was a great advert for how strong of a proposition Game Pass is.

The Xbox E3 event showcased tonnes of highly anticipated titles that will be heading to Game Pass on Day One, such as Bethesda’s Starfield – which is The Elder Scrolls maker’s first new IP in 25 years – as well as Halo Infinite.

The Xbox E3 event also revealed a number of previously unannounced titles heading to Game Pass, such as Forza Horizon 5 which is out later this year and Arkane’s Redfall.

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