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StockX Sees Price Drops for PS5 and Xbox Series X

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If, unlike me, you were able to resist the console FOMO of last year’s supply crisis…I salute you. But I also challenge you to resist now, when prices are plummeting and things are looking better than ever for the dedicated gamer–console or otherwise.
Getting a PS5 or an Xbox Series X through normal means is still nearly impossible, so you’re left negotiating with folks who were more lucky than you. In this, StockX makes an otherwise-iffy proposition perfectly viable.
Last year I caved to the PlayStation pressure and picked up a PS5 for $757 (before sales tax, processing, and shipping) on StockX. It arrived quickly and in the stated condition, exactly as advertised. While I don’t regret having it for the holidays…I do regret not getting to cash in on the price cuts happening now.
On the StockX marketplace, price drops are being seen both for Sony and Microsoft’s latest rigs –at times, as low as $640 for a PS5 and $575 for an Xbox. Even the Nintendo Switch OLED is experiencing the lowest prices outside of retail, flaunting numbers like $390 for the white model.

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Low Prices on Graphics Cards & More

Collage of StockX : RTX 3060, XBOX, Apple Airpods, AMD Ryzen
Credit: StockX
Other gaming must-haves and accessories, including graphics cards like the RTX 3060 Gaming X Trio, are also available for lower-than-normal prices. According to StockX, AirPods, for instance, are even running under their MSRP.
While they’re still hot, here’s a quick look at some of the spiciest items in today’s StockX buffet.

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Andrew Chen
Andrew Chen
Andrew Chen, Sr. Content Manager @slickdeals, is a longtime PC gamer, an automotive journalist and an avid deal hunter. His first PC had an 80 megahertz processor with 4 megabytes of RAM, light years away from the powerhouse gaming rigs he builds today. As a Slickdeals community member for over 10 years, nothing makes him more excited than never paying full price!

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