The Xbox Wireless Headset is restocked at Walmart, so grab one now


By Elizabeth Henges
14 May 2021 21:03 GMT

The Xbox Wireless Headset has been hard to pick up since its release, but Walmart has gotten a meaty restock of the elusive accessory.

Xbox is celebrating its 20th anniversary in a number of ways, but maybe the unexpected one is a restock of the Xbox Wireless Headset. It’s likely a coincidence, but if you’re in the US, Walmart has had a big restock of the popular headset, with the $99.99 accessory staying in stock for multiple hours at this point. Considering previous stock since its launch only lasting a few minutes at most, it’s safe to say that the retailer has a huge restock.

You may wonder why you should rush to pick up this headset. Well… it’s terrific! When we reviewed the Xbox Wireless headset, it performed well, and its price point is a steal. Microsoft nailed the design, too, avoiding the garish look of an unfortunate amount of other headsets. You can also use this headset on PC, so for $100, it’s quite the value.

As such, it’s been tough to get a hold of these since their launch a few months ago. This Walmart restock is the first that persisted long enough to write a post about it, but who knows how long it’ll last. Don’t wait if you’re in the US and have been looking for one!

If you’re in the UK, I’m sorry to say that there hasn’t been a major restock yet. However, if this Walmart restock is an indicator of things to come, we may see them at more retailers soon–maybe even some stock at Amazon in time for Prime Day?

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