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Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 — latest stock updates

Where to buy Oculus Quest 2
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With the coronavirus pandemic still not over, searching for where to buy the Oculus Quest 2 with the aim to use it to escape into a virtual world is totally understandable.

But, the Oculus Quest 2 has been selling out rapidly at a lot of U.S. and U.K. retailers. Yet, there's been a bit of a restock in the U.K. so finding an Oculus Quest 2 might be a bit easier in the land of tea and crumpets. 

We think the Oculus Quest 2 is the best VR headset for most people, thanks to its ease of use and the ability to connect to a gaming PC to be used to play a wider library of more demanding games. There is one caveat in that you need to have a Facebook account to properly use it. 

We're hoping to see more stock levels creep back up as we head into 2021. So check out the links below to see where to buy the Oculus Quest 2.

Oculus Quest 2 stock and deals

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

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Amazon
The Oculus Quest 2 is a stand- alone device that delivers the best VR experience you can get without needing to connect to a powerful gaming PC or console. It packs a Snapdragon XR2 processor with 6GB of RAM, which is a notable step up in specs over the Snapdragon 835 CPU found in its predecessor.View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Oculus
The Oculus store has had stock of both the 64GB and 256GB models. This is one of your best bets for scoring an Oculus Quest 2. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Best Buy
Best Buy offers both the 64GB model and 256GB model of the Oculus Quest 2, but only the 256GB version is currently available, and only for local pickup.View Deal

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

Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Target
Currently out of stock.
Target has run out of the 64GB configuration (both in-store and online), but the 256GB model is still in stores for the $399 list price.View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: $299 at Newegg with $15 gift card.
Out of stock.
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. Plus, with the Oculus Link cable and a suitably powerful PC, you can use it to play the best PC VR games too.
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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. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £399 @ Amazon
Amazon UK has the 256GB Oculus Quest 2 in stock. But if you want the 64GB version you'll have to buy through the Amazon Marketplace.View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £299 @ Game
Game has the Oculus Quest 2 in stock, both the 64GB and 256GB versions. It's also selling extra peripherals, like the PC link cable and a carry case. View Deal

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

Oculus Quest 2: £299 @ Argos
Argos has limited stock of the 64GB Quest 2. However, some locations won't deliver or aren't offering click and collect services. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £299 @ John Lewis
John Lewis has stock of both the 64GB and 256GB models. Both versions of the headset are available online right now. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £398 @ Very
Very has the 256GB model on sale. You can also buy it with the Oculus Link cable. View Deal

Oculus Quest 2: £398 @ Scan
Scan has stock of the 256GB Quest 2. However, there doesn't appear to be any hint of the 64GB version on sale. View Deal

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 64GB 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.