Microsoft announced the Xbox Series S yesterday, which has “next gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever”, with pricing at $379.99 CAD.
Today, the company announced the Xbox Series X, its new flagship console, will cost $599.99 CAD in Canada, with the pre-order date set for September 22, along with a launch on November 10th, joining the Series S.
This is the tweet…
Xbox Series X: $599.99 (ERP)
Xbox Series S: $379.99 (ERP)
Release date: November 10
— Xbox Canada (@XboxCanada) September 9, 2020
The Xbox Series X costs $499 in the USA, which after conversion works out to $657 CAD, so the Canadian MSRP pricing of $599.99 is about $57 CAD cheaper, locally.
Xbox All Access also expands to 12 countries including Canada, which offers “a next generation Xbox and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate starting at $24.99 USD a month, with no upfront costs.”
The news you have been waiting for! I can officially confirm that on September 22 pre-orders for Xbox Series X & Xbox Series S will open at Best Buy Canada. Be sure to bookmark this page for all the latest and up to date info on #XboxSeriesX #XboxSeriesS #BestBuyblog pic.twitter.com/mlfUUvuRMz
— Jon Scarr 🇨🇦🎮 (@4Scarrs_Gaming) September 9, 2020
The Canadian pricing for Xbox All Access has not been confirmed yet but the exchange works out to about $33 CAD. In Canada, Xbox All Access will be available at EB Games.