Xbox Mini Fridge Sells Out Immediately

Microsoft’s newest piece of hardware is the Xbox Series X mini fridge and it went on sale this morning at Target and other retailers around the world. The $100 meme product quickly sold out.

Orders opened for the mini-fridge yesterday morning and the product sold out immediately. People who were able to buy the fridge, which can hold 12 cans, celebrated their accomplishment on social media.

Some smart Scalpers are taking advantage of the high demand for the Xbox Mini fridge. The auction site eBay is filled with listings for the Series X mini-fridge with prices starting at $300. This is a huge markup over the MSRP.

If you’re looking for more details about the Xbox Mini Fridge checkout their official trailer below. There will be more available at American Target stores in the coming months.

Xbox marketing boss Aaron Greenberg, who has been the main point of contact for all questions and concerns about the mini-fridge, said the product is not a limited-edition release and more stock will be available in early 2022.

The instant sell-out was no surprise, either, as Greenberg warned people ahead of time that this would happen.

If you didn’t secure a Series X mini-fridge online, the good news is that the majority of units will be available in-store at Target as opposed to online.

The Xbox mini-fridge should start appearing in stores this December, Microsoft has said. Greenberg went on to say that Microsoft will continue to manufacture more units to meet demand, and it will release the mini-fridge in more markets around the world over time.

The Xbox mini-fridge has a 10L capacity cooler that can be used in a home or in a car. It can fit 12 cans and also has two shelves on the inside door for storing anything else.

It also has two removable interior shelves, while the top of the unit has the Xbox logo and vents designed to look like the Series X itself. The fridge can cool items down to 36 degrees Fahrenheit.

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