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Amazon to re-open Xbox One Day One Edition console orders today

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Retail website Amazon will begin accepting purchases for the Xbox One Day One Edition console via its website beginning Nov. 20 at 8 a.m. EST/5 a.m. PST, according the official Amazon Games twitter account.

Marked with the phrase "Day One 2013," the Day One Editions are package with an exclusive Achievement, commemorative controller, an Xbox One console, Kinect sensor, specially labeled controller and an HDMI cable.

Amazon first opened pre-orders for the Xbox One on June 10. It ran out of allocations for Microsoft's Xbox One console and Sony's PlayStation 4 next-generation hardware in mid-July. At the time it stated that it was only going to accept pre-orders for standard editions but couldn't guarantee availability at launch.

A week earlier, Best Buy announced that it will no longer accept Xbox One pre-orders and GameStop ceased taking pre-orders for PlayStation 4, with the retailer barring pre-orders for Xbox One in June.

Xbox One launches Nov. 22 in North America.

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