Microsoft Store sends Xbox Series X bundle invites to customers
The Microsoft Store has sent out its first batch of Xbox Series X bundle invites for March!
The Xbox Series X is unfortunately out of stock almost everywhere. After a very successful restocking season in December and early January, it looked like the shortage might be a thing of the past.
At one point, Microsoft even started offer Xbox Series X bundles to the public instead of sending invitations.
Unfortunately, it didn’t last long. Mid-January, the Xbox Series X was completely out of stock. Players again have to rely on store restocks if they want to get a console.
Luckily for those interested in an Xbox Series X, Microsoft Store seems to be back to its January pace, sending out constant email invites to customers.
Microsoft Store has sent out its first email invitations to the March Xbox Series X bundle
Microsoft Store today sent out the first batch of Xbox Series X email invitations of the month. This is the second time the retailer has sent out invitations in the past two weeks.
Lucky players who received these invitations will have the opportunity to buy an Xbox Series X console directly from Microsoft.
Microsoft’s email invites typically allow players to create a custom set, and this drop is no exception. So far there is no option to get a standalone console.
In fgeneral, bundle in Microsoft Store sells for around $585 and includes a game and an additional controller.
These restocks do not have a set time window for customers to log in to make a purchase. Microsoft opts instead for a first-come, first-served approach.
For this reason, Microsoft is advising players to click on the unique link on the email as soon as possible, as the stock could sell out at any time.
If you didn’t get a Microsoft Store invite this time around, here’s how you can sign up for a chance to receive an email invite for the Xbox Series X Bundle.
Read more: How to buy an Xbox Series X|S from Microsoft Store
If Microsoft Store is not an option for you, some Xbox Series X restocks from other retailers may occur from February 28 to March 6.