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Where to buy Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

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Order an Xbox Series X online, or maybe pick it up in a store

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Xbox Series X video game console photographed on a dark grey background Photo: Henry Hargreaves for Polygon

The next generation of Xbox is here, just in time for the 2020 holiday season. Microsoft released two models on Nov. 10: the flagship, more powerful Xbox Series X and a smaller, cheaper Xbox Series S.

The Xbox Series X is more than twice as powerful as the Xbox One X, with up to 8K resolution, 120 fps frame rates, and real-time ray tracing. The Xbox Series S is a less powerful model without a disc drive, and Microsoft says it’s the smallest Xbox ever.

Below, we break down everything we know about how, when, and where to buy a new Xbox. (But keep in mind many retailers may be sold out of the new Xbox, with stock expected to come in throughout the holiday and Black Friday shopping season.)

When will Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S be released?

They’re here! Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S were released on Nov. 10.

Where can I buy Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are available at most major retailers, which we’ve listed below.

How much does Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S cost?

Xbox Series X is $499.99, and the Xbox Series S is $299.99. Payment plans are available through Microsoft’s Xbox All Access program.

What’s Xbox All Access?

Microsoft offers a two-year, interest-free payment plan called Xbox All Access. Plans include the console of your choice and two years of Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s combined games subscription and online service. Under an Xbox All Access payment plan, Xbox Series X costs $34.99 per month for 24 months, and the Xbox Series S costs $24.99 per month for 24 months.