Searching for the next Xbox Series S restock in the UK? Microsoft's more affordable new Xbox is back at Currys for £269, and comes with three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate as part of the deal. That's a saving of £12.
The Xbox Series S is the smallest, sleekest Xbox ever, and a whopping 60% smaller than the Xbox Series X. You still get the speed and performance that the next-generation of gaming offers, but it's digital only and targets a lower resolution of 1440p in most games. Remember, though, that this is a digital only device - there's no disc drive on this model.
- Where to buy Xbox Series S: all the retailers checked
Xbox Series S deals:
The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S were big sellers throughout 2020, and continue to be in high demand this year.
The cheaper Xbox Series S allows for next-gen gaming at 1440p resolution and up to 120fps thanks to its modern GPU and powerful CPU. It's a great entry level system if you're new to the Xbox ecosystem.
We've cast our verdict on the Xbox Series S in our Xbox Series S review and we were impressed by Microsoft's cheaper, smaller machine.
Xbox Series S accessory deals
Not in the US? Head to our where to buy Xbox Series S page, or check out the latest deals on accessories and controllers below:
Where to buy Xbox Series S: quick links
- BT: Xbox Series S previously in stock
- Currys: Xbox Series S previously in stock
- Microsoft: Xbox Series S previously in stock
- Very: Xbox Series S previously in stock
- John Lewis: Xbox Series S previously in stock - check for updates
- AO: Xbox Series S previously in stock with Game Pass - check for update
- Amazon: awaiting stock - check for updates
- Argos: Xbox Series S now in stock
- Game: awaiting stock - check for updates
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