GameStop Xbox Series X, PS5 restock: Black Friday drop set for TODAY

Get a PS5 or Xbox Series X this Black Friday at GameStop

PS5 and Xbox Series X
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The PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S have been insanely difficult to get hold of since launch, with retailers selling out almost as soon as the stock has gone live online. Luckily, the tables are turning today as GameStop changes the rules on everyone.

The retailer dropped surprise online Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S bundles on Wednesday as part of its week of Black Friday deals, and you can check in to see if they're still available, but the main event is today, November 27.

GameStop is going to be selling both consoles in-store, as soon as locations open at 7AM local time. Its Black Friday ad states that each store will have a minimum of two of each console, with a limit of on per customer, so get there early and act fast!

Buy Xbox Series X at GameStop | Available Friday, November 27
GameStop will be selling the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on Black Friday in-store, so you don't have to worry about bots beating you to the punch; just all the other humans who might give you a punch in the frenzy to grab one. You can try your luck at 7AM local time when the doors open. The retailer has said each store will stock two consoles minimum, and they're limited to one per customer. It's also dropping Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S bundles online, so keep an eye on the website this week. View Deal

If you want to stay up to date on where you can find the Microsoft's latest console, check out T3's where to buy Xbox Series X guide for updates on retailers in all major regions.

If the PS5 is more your cup of tea, we have a where to buy PS5 guide for that too!  

Retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, and Amazon are also getting an Xbox Series X restock this week, with Walmart's stock going live today online, so be sure to swing by those pages for the latest stock updates so that you don't miss out! 

Shabana Arif
Shabana Arif

Shabana is T3's Tech and Gaming News Editor, and has been writing about (and playing) video games for years. Her pile of shame is huge, but only because there are so many games, and so little time; she prefers to think of it as video game tapas, which explains a lot. She loves RPGs and zombie games, and exhaustively researches romance options. For science.