$141 off: The biggest Xbox game deals this week

Check out the biggest discounts on Xbox consoles, games and accessories – and find out where to buy Xbox Series X.

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As good as Xbox Game Pass is, hardcopy games still have a few advantages.

First, you won’t be disappointed if Xbox removes them from the service and two, they leave a lot of extra space on your hard drive.

You’ll also find plenty of great offers on hard copies of older and backward compatible games, as well as some great deals on new titles and titles optimized for Xbox Series X|S – as long as you know where to look. That’s where we come in.

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We’ve rounded up the biggest deals we could find for Xbox games this week, including: $141.90 off Call of Duty: Vanguard + Battlefield 2042 Xbox Series X Bundle

We’ve also compiled a list of top deals on Xbox consoles, accessories and digital game copies, which you can check out below.

As always, please note that prices are correct and products are in stock at the time of publication.

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BEST XBOX CONSOLE AND ACCESSORIES DEALS

Amazon Australia

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Big W

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eBay Australia

See more Xbox accessories on eBay Australia

BEST XBOX SERIES X|S GAME DEALS

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Check out more Xbox X|S games at Amazon Australia

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Please note that games purchased online through Xbox are digital copies only.

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Watch more Xbox X|S games at Catch

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Watch more Xbox X|S games at Big W

BEST XBOX ONE GAME DEALS

Amazon Australia

Check out more Xbox One games at Amazon Australia

Microsoft Xbox

Please note that games purchased online through Xbox are digital copies only.

Watch more Xbox One games on Microsoft Xbox

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Watch more Xbox One games at Catch

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Watch more Xbox One games at Big W

WHY IS THE XBOX SERIES X SO HARD TO GET?

If you’ve struggled to find an Xbox Series X console, you’re not alone. Like the PlayStation 5, the Xbox Series X is facing ongoing supply chain issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The console is also in high demand right now, meaning it sells out almost immediately every time it’s restocked. Fortunately, Australian dealers are starting to receive the consoles more frequently, making it worth keeping an eye out for new drops. Below is a list of dealers.

WHERE TO BUY THE XBOX SERIES X

While most retailers don’t currently have stock of Xbox Series X consoles, these are the retailers to look at if you want to buy one. When shopping online, keep in mind that many prices have been slashed and the Series X’s suggested retail price is actually $749.

The Gamesmen

At the time of writing, The Gamesmen has a limited stock of Xbox Series X Bundles in stock. The bundle offer includes both the Series X console and an additional white Xbox controller and costs $839.90.

Microsoft Store

It’s kind of a no-brainer that Microsoft is on this list, as the brand uses the Xbox Series X consoles† The online store has also been dropping stock more frequently in recent months and should be the first place to receive consoles the next time they become available.

Amazon Australia

As one of the largest online stores in the world, Amazon has a lot of influence when it comes to receiving shipments of highly sought-after products. We recommend bookmarking the ‘ Xbox Series X page and regularly check the ‘view all buying options’ tab.

Keep in mind that some products are sold through third-party sellers, so it’s worth checking with the buyer before making a purchase.

Big W

Department store Big W receives small orders from the Xbox Series X quite regularly, making it worth adding to your watchlist. The site also has a ‘coming soon’ sign on the Series X list, which you may want to take with a grain of salt, but it’s still a very promising sign.

eBay Australia

With items from both well-known retailers and third-party sellers, eBay Australia is a great place to look for Xbox consoles. You can really find a lot of them Series X Consoles now for sale on the site, but you have to be prepared to pay a lot more than the suggested retail price for them. Keep in mind that some stocks are also second-hand.

JB Hifi

JB’s is one of the largest electronics stores in Australia, making it a great place to buy game consoles. At the time of writing, the site appears to have removed the Xbox Series X listing, meaning there’s currently no way to buy or pre-order the console. You can keep an eye on it main Xbox page to see if it reappears in the coming months.

EB games

EB Games sells both new and refurbished Xbox Series X consoles, effectively doubling your chance of getting your hands on one. As with JB Hi-Fi, the site currently doesn’t list the console so you’ll need to keep an eye on the console Xbox page and wait for a new offer to appear.

Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman is yet another Xbox dealer who is not currently showing the Xbox Series X on the site. However, it has offered pre-orders in the past – with the last stock replenishment on May 12, 2022 – so it’s worth checking out. Xbox page

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Lauren is the author of Best Of Consumer Technology at news.com.au. She previously worked at comparison site Finder as a senior retail writer, covering everything from tech gadgets to the latest home products. Before breaking her teeth as a journalist, she completed a bachelor’s degree in journalism at the University of South Australia and worked as a media consultant for JB Hi-Fi, selling the products she now writes about.

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