Xbox Series X

Where To Pre-Order The Xbox Series X/S In Australia

It’s day we’ve been waiting for. Less than 24 hours to go until Xbox Series X/S Pre-Orders open in Australia. Xbox Series X/S Pre-orders will open at 8am AEST on Tuesday, September 22nd in Australia. Just as a reminder, both consoles release on November 10th and will cost $749 and $499 AUD respectively. Some of the product links are already live and we’ve linked where possible.

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UPDATE 8:21PM If you’re still looking for Xbox Series X/S pre-orders, the Microsoft Store still has 2020 stock. You can find the Xbox Series X here and the Xbox Series S HERE.

AMAZON XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

So far, Amazon only has the Xbox Series X listed. It’s worth mentioning that Amazon don’t charge until the product ships, they also have free shipping and you can cancel at anytime. They also had $30 off the PS5 (which you get to use on your next purchase), so it’ll be interesting to see if they offer it for Xbox Series X.

ACCESSORIES

GAMES

MICROSOFT STORE XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

EB GAMES XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

(ONLINE ONLY – $200 DEPOSIT)

JB HI-FI XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

(ONLINE ONLY – $50 DEPOSIT)

TARGET XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

BIG W XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

HARVEY NORMAN XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

TELSTRA: XBOX ALL ACCESS XBOX SERIES X PRE-ORDER

As a reminder, Telstra post-paid customers can take advantage of Xbox All Access, which will mean that you will pay your Xbox Series X/S off over a 24 month period, inclusive of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. It actually works out to be cheaper than buying the consoles out right with Game Pass Ultimate.

The Xbox Series X will cost $46 a month which comes to $1,104 at the end of the 24 month period, whilst the Xbox Series S will cost $33 a month which ends up being $792 at the end of the 24 month period.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE XBOX SERIES X AND XBOX SERIES S

The key differences between the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S is the fact that Xbox Series X targets 4K/60FPS (up to 120 FPS) whilst the Xbox Series S targets 1440p/60FPS (up to 120 FPS). It’s also worth mentioning that the Xbox Series S does not have a disc drive, and it also only has a 512GB HD which is half of the Xbox Series X 1TB.


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