The Xbox One launched midnight in the United States at stores across the nation. The online sales of the Xbox One started also at midnight. There was quite a lot of Xbox One stock in the early morning hours available at the Microsoft Store, Kmart, Walmart and NewEgg. Now all online stores are sold out of the Xbox One again.
The Xbox One has arrived. Stores like Walmart and Best Buy had held midnight launches for the new Microsoft console. The Xbox One went on sale online in the early morning hours. We have seen plenty of stock at the Microsoft Store and later on Walmart, NewEgg and Walmart. Now all major stores show again no Xbox One Inventory. To spot a Xbox One in stock at any major retailer use the Zoolert service. Just keep this page open and choose a sound to alert you when an Xbox One is in stock.
You can also check Amazon for Xbox One inventory and for Xbox One game deals. The Sony PS4 had a fantastic launch last week selling 1 million units in the first 24 hours. Can the Xbox One match that? We will know soon, in case Microsoft wants us to know the sales numbers. For now it looks like the Xbox One will have also an awesome launch as the pre-order is sold out for the most part and inventory was hard to find. By the way, do not expect any Xbox One Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals. There are no advertisements that feature the new console on sale. This season it is all about just getting one at the regular price and don't have to pay eBay reseller premiums for an Xbox One.
The Xbox One starts at $499.99.
Watch below Xbox One launch videos.
Black Friday 2013 Resources:
Some say Black Friday is over hyped, but if you know how Black Friday works, you can get the best deals of the year. We are providing with our full Black Friday coverage the information you need to find the best Black Friday deals. It is important to understand that Black Friday is not on the Friday after Thanksgiving Day. It is now! The whole month of November is Black Friday and sales will seamlessly morph into Cyber Monday 2013 sales. Black Friday is very late this year falling on November 29th, 2013. Last year, Black Friday was on November 23rd. This year retailers have four full weeks to bombard you with special Black Friday 2013 sales until the culmination of the actual Black Friday 2013 sale on Thanksgiving Day. The Black Friday creep will soon make Thanksgiving Day a bigger sales day than the actual Black Friday.
There is a constant stream of deals that we navigate you through with our Black Friday 2013 Deal Guides and daily deal updates from the major Black Friday stores.
According to Black Friday Countdown there are
6 days until Black Friday 2013.