Xbox One sold out at Best Buy

Retailer no longer accepting online pre-purchases for Microsoft's $500 next-generation console.


The official Best Buy product page for the Xbox One (via IGN) indicates that the retailer has sold through its stock of the next-generation console and is no longer accepting online purchases.

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The $500 console remains available for pre-purchase at retailers like Wal-Mart, Amazon, GameStop, and Target, among others.

A Microsoft representative declined to comment on whether or not it plans to replenish stock.

The news comes just days after GameStop stopped accepting PlayStation 4 preorders "due to high demand." The $400 machine remains unavailable at the retailer, though other outlets have units in stock.

The Xbox One and PS4 both launch this holiday season.

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