You can pre-order an Xbox Series X -- via GameStop -- for just $300. The next-gen Xbox is set to release worldwide on November 10, priced at $500, and accompanied by a $300 Xbox Series S, which will be an inferior console compared to the Series X, hence why it's $200 cheaper. That said, you can get an Xbox Series X through GameStop for the same price as an Xbox Series S, but you're going to have to trade-in some hardware.
According to a promotional email from GameStop, the retailer is taking $200 for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X consoles when traded in towards an Xbox Series X. Meanwhile, a Nintendo Switch and 1TB PS4 will net you $175, while Nintendo Switch Lite, Xbox One S, and a 500GB PS4 will result in $125 towards an Xbox Series X. And if you have an Xbox One launch model, you will earn $100 towards your purchase.
At the moment of publishing, it looks like this offer will be available until November 30. Of course, GameStop will continue to take trade-ins after this date, but perhaps not at these values, which makes sense, because at that point the retailer will presumably be sitting on a surplus of last-gen machines.
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The Xbox Series X is set to release on November 10, priced at $500, and accompanied by the $300 Xbox Series S. For more coverage on both next-gen consoles and all things Xbox -- including all of the latest news, rumors, and leaks -- click here or check out some of the relevant links below:
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