Xbox Series X Mini Fridge pre-orders go live today

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Updated: 2/21/2023

Today’s October 19th which means that the online and in-store pre-orders for the highly anticipated Xbox Series X Mini Fridge are about to begin.

Target is the official retailer of the cool collectible in the US and will be taking orders today both in physical stores and on the official Target website. A product page for the Xbox Series X Mini Fridge isn’t up on the Target website yet but it should appear on this page once it’s live.

Canadian Xbox fans will be able to pre-order the Xbox Series X Mini Fridge from the official Xbox Gear Shop though it’s unclear if those pre-orders will go live today along with the US. However, both the US and Canada pre-orders will ship in December.

UK pre-orders will be available via GAME, France, Germany, Italy, and Ireland via Game Stop EU, and France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, and Poland via Tonyk. Micromania will also be taking orders in France.

It should be noted that while the above stores are the official partners, pre-orders will also likely begin popping up from other retailers as well.

There’s currently no word on Australia, New Zealand, and other regions but Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Series X Mini Fridge will launch in more countries in 2022.

The Xbox Series X Mini Fridge began as an internet meme that made fun of the fact that Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X console kind of looks like a refrigerator.

Demand for the product soon began in earnest which caused Microsoft to fast-track production of a fully-functioning Xbox Series X Mini Fridge that’s a 1:1 scale replica of the Xbox Series X and even features Xbox light and sound effects.

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