Xbox Series X has returned to Australia

Posted: 5 February 2021 11:25 am
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Big W is selling the Xbox Series X in Australia again for $749 - but if you want one you'll need to be quick.


Yesterday, Big W received fresh stock of the PlayStation 5, ending a months-long drought in Australia. Today, it has added the Xbox Series X to its store too.

Quantities are likely to be limited, so we advice purchasing as soon as possible. There's a limit of one console per customer. Click here to buy for $749.

Alternatively, you might be better off with the Xbox Series S. This is the cheapest next-gen console available right now, including the entry-level PS5 Digital Edition. It isn't as powerful as the Xbox Series X and doesn't come with an optical Blue-ray drive. On the plus side, it is deigned to play all Xbox Series X games, so you won't miss out on any titles - they just won't look quite as good.

If you're looking to save a few bucks, you can purchase the Xbox Series S at the link below.


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Buy Xbox Series S

Introducing the Xbox Series S, the smallest, sleekest Xbox console ever. Experience the speed and performance of a next-gen all-digital console at an accessible price point.

Buy for $599 ($150 less than Xbox Series X)

You can find out more about how the two consoles compare in the video below.

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