Xbox All Access Pre-Order: Where to buy the Xbox Series X in monthly instalments

Following the reveal of the Xbox Series X's price and release date, gamers began checking their bank accounts to see if they could justify splashing out $499.99/£449.99 for the next-gen experience.

While the Xbox Series S, which costs just $299.99/£249.99, is marketed as the budget alternative to the Series X, there is another option that will see you pay less upfront - Xbox All Access.

Xbox All Access allows players to pay a monthly instalment for their new console, with the contract lasting 24 months. Players will also access 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which costs just over £10 by itself.

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Here's all you need to know about how to pre-order the Xbox Series X through Xbox All Access.

Xbox All Access pre-order price

The Xbox All Access financing option will run in 12 countries. Xbox All Access will now be available in selected retailers in the following countries: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States.

The financing will start from $24.99 (£20.99) per month for the Xbox Series S console, and $34.99 (£28.99) per month for the Xbox Series X console.

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Where to pre-order an Xbox Series X with Xbox All Access

While you'd expect Xbox All Access financing to come directly from Microsoft, most of the financing is done through select retailers specific to each participating country, who act as credit intermediaries.

You can pre-order the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S via Xbox All Access from the following retailers in each country on September 22:

  • United States: Best Buy, GameStop, Microsoft Store, and Walmart
  • Australia: Telstra
  • New Zealand: Spark
  • UK: GAME and Smyths Toys
  • Denmark: Elgiganten
  • Finland: Gigantti
  • Norway: Elkjøp
  • Sweden: Elgiganten

For the UK, Xbox have a site ready that redirects to GAME and Smyths Toys; the two retailers who are taking part in the 'All Access' program.

While Microsoft confirmed that Canada, France, Poland and South Korea will also have the Xbox All Access financing made available for the Xbox Series X ahead of its launch, Microsoft confirmed in the pre-order blog post that this would not be available on September 22, promising more details in the future.

We'll update this page with more information of these pre-orders as they go live on Tuesday!

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