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Amazon currently has the Xbox One in stock. If you are interested in getting one, you need to jump on it now.

UPDATE: All sold out.

UPDATE: IN STOCK AGAIN!

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# 1 SoMiss2000 @ 12/03/13 07:16 PM
Still there...PS4 was for a few minutes...they're gone.
 
# 2 chrisphil1724 @ 12/03/13 09:13 PM
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Originally Posted by SoMiss2000
Still there...PS4 was for a few minutes...they're gone.
So? Amazon had hundreds of PS4, they have thousands of xbox ones now...

I'm sorry, both system are good and people are excited for both. Not everything means sometimes.
 
# 3 DJ @ 12/03/13 09:22 PM
Must resist ...
 
# 4 drewst18 @ 12/03/13 09:30 PM
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Originally Posted by chrisphil1724
So? Amazon had hundreds of PS4, they have thousands of xbox ones now...

I'm sorry, both system are good and people are excited for both. Not everything means sometimes.
Don't think thats what he was implying.
 
# 5 Bmore @ 12/03/13 09:35 PM
I'd pull the trigger if Christmas wasn't right around the corner
 
# 6 Steve_OS @ 12/04/13 01:48 PM
Back in stock, for those interested.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=operasport-20
 
# 7 pdawg17 @ 12/04/13 07:20 PM
Crazy that it is still in stock 5 hours later...
 
# 8 asu666 @ 12/04/13 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by pdawg17
Crazy that it is still in stock 5 hours later...
I don't think they are selling well. The microsoft store had Day One units in stock from Monday Morning into Tuesday. Day One was a while ago. I saw my local Microsoft store still has Day One units in stock too.
 
# 9 Money99 @ 12/05/13 11:20 AM
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Originally Posted by asu666
I don't think they are selling well. The microsoft store had Day One units in stock from Monday Morning into Tuesday. Day One was a while ago. I saw my local Microsoft store still has Day One units in stock too.
Multiple reports have shown that the XB1 dominated Black Friday with 31% of sales (with XB360 with 30%).
Early sales figures also indicate it's been a success.

I think Sony rules Europe and Japan, but in North America, XB1 has a very good chance of being THE console of choice again.
 
# 10 bigdoc85 @ 12/05/13 01:49 PM
But isn't the reason for XB1 dominating Black Friday sales the availability of units? I can't find a PS4 anywhere and the XB1 has been available -- even Amazon had them a couple of days go.
 
# 11 bluengold34_OS @ 12/05/13 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by bigdoc85
But isn't the reason for XB1 dominating Black Friday sales the availability of units? I can't find a PS4 anywhere and the XB1 has been available -- even Amazon had them a couple of days go.
When I picked up the One on release night - they had 14 available to just put on the floor, and on black Friday they had 21 available and only 8 people in line. Not single PS4 to be found anywhere -
 
# 12 Rockie_Fresh88 @ 12/05/13 02:04 PM
We have over 50 units left at my job for 479.
 
# 13 CAMPBLACKMAMBA24 @ 12/05/13 02:52 PM
I wonder if Microsoft just was able to produce more systems is the reason we are seeing more??


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# 14 Money99 @ 12/05/13 02:55 PM
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Originally Posted by bigdoc85
But isn't the reason for XB1 dominating Black Friday sales the availability of units? I can't find a PS4 anywhere and the XB1 has been available -- even Amazon had them a couple of days go.
I'm sure that has a lot to do with it.
But that wasn't really my point. asu666 stated it wasn't selling well, when clearly that's not the case.
Regardless if there are units to buy, the fact remains it sold over a million units in 24 hours and continued to sell many more afterward.

Just like the XB1 winning Black Friday might be because there weren't as many PS4's available, the same case could be made that maybe there's a lot of available XB1's because MS manufactured a lot more than Sony did theirs.

If Sony had made sure 10M PS4's were available at launch, I bet you'd find a lot of PS4's sitting on shelves as well.

I really don't have a dog in this fight. I'm not buying next-gen till next Summer.
And I've purchased both consoles all the way back to the PS1 and Xbox days.
Right now, if I was forced to purchase only 1 console, I'm leaning slightly towards XB1, but it's by a hair.
I could very well end up buying a PS4.

I just think it's erroneous to suggest that the XB1 is not selling well. The facts and figures available at this time prove that's a false statement.
 
# 15 Dogslax41 @ 12/05/13 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Money99
I'm sure that has a lot to do with it.
But that wasn't really my point. asu666 stated it wasn't selling well, when clearly that's not the case.
Regardless if there are units to buy, the fact remains it sold over a million units in 24 hours and continued to sell many more afterward.

Just like the XB1 winning Black Friday might be because there weren't as many PS4's available, the same case could be made that maybe there's a lot of available XB1's because MS manufactured a lot more than Sony did theirs.

If Sony had made sure 10M PS4's were available at launch, I bet you'd find a lot of PS4's sitting on shelves as well.

I really don't have a dog in this fight. I'm not buying next-gen till next Summer.
And I've purchased both consoles all the way back to the PS1 and Xbox days.
Right now, if I was forced to purchase only 1 console, I'm leaning slightly towards XB1, but it's by a hair.
I could very well end up buying a PS4.

I just think it's erroneous to suggest that the XB1 is not selling well. The facts and figures available at this time prove that's a false statement.
The numbers seem to indicate that PS4 is outselling the Xbox One. The one million week one figure you quoted was from Xbox releasing in 13 countries. PS4 did that only releasing in US and Canada. Part of this could be due to what people are saying that retailers held back Xbox Ones for Black Friday, which was hinted might be a strategy and shows a successful on based on initial Black Friday numbers. But when Sony just released their 2.1M unit figure after releasing in Australia and Europe Microsoft responded by releasing stats about game time played and number of zombies killed, not with a sales number like they previously did.

Xbox One is selling well no doubt but the PS4 is just selling very well and I thinks why we are seeing more units available sooner than expected for one console and not the other.
 
# 16 greenegt @ 12/06/13 04:27 PM
Xbox One back in stock at Amazon.
 
# 17 Money99 @ 12/06/13 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Dogslax41
The numbers seem to indicate that PS4 is outselling the Xbox One. The one million week one figure you quoted was from Xbox releasing in 13 countries. PS4 did that only releasing in US and Canada. Part of this could be due to what people are saying that retailers held back Xbox Ones for Black Friday, which was hinted might be a strategy and shows a successful on based on initial Black Friday numbers. But when Sony just released their 2.1M unit figure after releasing in Australia and Europe Microsoft responded by releasing stats about game time played and number of zombies killed, not with a sales number like they previously did.

Xbox One is selling well no doubt but the PS4 is just selling very well and I thinks why we are seeing more units available sooner than expected for one console and not the other.
Excellent points. Considering PS4 has only released in 2 countries (not including the ones that go koo-koo for the Playstation) I think it's a fair assessment that the PS4 is going to do extremely well this generation.

I think both consoles are going to sell well and people will be genuinely happy with either (or both) of them.

I have to admit, I'm extremely tempted to buy a next-gen console myself.
If EA had made a new NHL or Boxing game I'd already have one.
I still wish both were backwards compatible. That would have been such an easy sale from this guy.

Looking forward to seeing some new games out soon.
I'm very interested in seeing what Destiny and Watch Dogs are going to look and play like.
Same with The Division.
 

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