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Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 — latest stock updates

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If you're wondering where to buy the Oculus Quest 2 you've come to the right place. We've rounded up U.S. and U.K. retailers that are selling the virtual reality headset. Currently, Oculus Quest 2 restock can be found at a variety of retailers from Amazon to Walmart. 

The Oculus Quest 2 is one of our picks for the best VR headsets you can buy right now. Unlike VR headsets like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, the Quest 2 has a built-in processor, which means you don't need to hook it up to one of the best gaming PCs to play VR games. Just bear in mind that you need to have a Facebook account to properly use the Quest 2. If you're happy with that, then you could be in for a VR treat, so check out the links below to see where to buy the Oculus Quest 2. Plus, make sure to check out our Oculus Quest 2 deals guide for rare discounts on Meta's headset. Also, check out why we prefer the Oculus Quest 2 to the PS5

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Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 in the U.S.

Oculus Quest 2: for $299 @ Amazon
It's not on sale, but Amazon has stock of the Oculus Quest 2. In our review, we called the Oculus Quest 2 the best VR headset you can buy. It has an impressive game library, intuitive controls, and good built-in audio, all of which makes this one of the best overall virtual reality headsets to date. 

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Best Buy
Best Buy offers both the 128GB model and 256GB model of the Oculus Quest 2. Currently, only the 128GB model is in stock.

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Oculus
Currently at the Oculus Store, when you buy an Oculus Quest 2, you'll get $10 off the Oculus Quest 2 Elite Strap with Battery. After discount, the Elite Strap costs $99.

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Walmart
Walmart has the 128GB model of the Oculus Quest 2 in stock for $299.

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Adorama
Adorama currently has both Oculus Quest 2 models in stock, both selling at list price with no special deals.

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Target
Target has the 128GB configuration (both in-store and online). The 256GB model is not in stock at the moment. 

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Newegg
The Oculus Quest 2 is sleek and comfortable, coming in at just over 1 pound. It's got an impressive game library, intuitive controls and good built-in audio, all of which makes this one of the best overall virtual reality headsets to date. 

Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 in the U.K.

Oculus Quest 2: £399 @ Oculus UK
The Oculus store has consistently had stock of both the 64GB and 256GB models. Both versions of the headset are on sale right now. 

Oculus Quest 2: £299 @ Amazon
Amazon UK has the 128GB Oculus Quest 2 in stock. But if you want the 64GB version you'll have to buy through the Amazon Marketplace. The 256GB version isn't available right now.

Oculus Quest 2: £399 @ Currys
Currys has the 256GB Oculus Quest 2 listed. But only the 64GB version is in stock. 

Oculus Quest 2: Which model to buy?

You can't really go wrong with either Oculu Quest 2 model. In our Oculus Quest 2 review, we concluded that it's the best VR headset you can buy, and praised its slick, intuitive design, faster performance and better resolution than its predecessor. And for $299, it's the cheapest standalone VR headset to offer 6DOF (meaning hand and head tracking in a 3D space). 

For casual gamers, the 128GB model should suffice. However, those who want to have a more extensive library of games and apps, may want to spend a little extra for the 256GB model to avoid constantly downloading and reinstalling software. More demanding games take up more space. Unfortunately, you cannot expand headset storage, so choose wisely.

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.