Buying Oculus PC Hardware

Buying Your Rift, Rift S, or Link
We have temporarily paused selling Oculus devices to consumers in Germany. We will continue supporting users who already own an Oculus device, and we're looking forward to resuming sales in Germany soon.

You can buy an Oculus Rift S at the following stores.

Global Online
Global Retail
US
  • Amazon
  • Best Buy
  • NewEgg
  • Microsoft
  • Micro Center
  • Walmart
DE
  • Amazon
  • Caseking
  • Saturn
  • MediaMarkt
  • Alternate
  • Conrad
  • Notebooksbilliger
  • Otto
FI
  • Gigantti
NO
  • Elkjøp
NL
  • CoolBlue
BE
  • CoolBlue
SE
  • Elgiganten
ES
  • Amazon
CH
  • Meletronics
DK
  • Elgiganten
CA
  • Amazon
  • Best Buy
  • NewEgg
  • Microsoft
UK
  • Amazon
  • John Lewis
  • Argos
  • Scan
  • Currys PCWorld
  • Harrods
  • Dixons Travel
  • Game
  • Overclockers
  • Very.co UK
  • Littlewoods
  • Selfridges
FR
  • Amazon
  • FNAC
  • Darty
  • Materiel
  • LDLC
  • Boulanger
  • CDiscount
JP
  • Amazon
AU
  • Amazon
IT
  • Amazon
AT
  • Conrad
  • MediaMarkt
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To use Oculus Link, you'll need a high-quality USB cable. We recommend using a USB 3 C to C with proven performance.

You can purchase the Oculus Link cable from the Oculus.com Accessories page.

You can also use a third-party cable. While quality can vary across third-party cables, we've tested the Anker cable internally with good results. Click the appropriate link below to buy the Anker cable in your region.

United States | Canada | UK | Japan | Australia | Germany

Note: Many of the Anker listings on Amazon may be sold out of the recommended cable size of 3 meters (10 feet).

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If you lose or break a component or accessory for your Oculus Rift S or Rift or want to buy an extra one, visit the Oculus Store. Please note, some components and accessories may no longer be available for purchase.

Learn how to replace the headset cable and facial interface for your Rift headset.

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People using a credit or debit card issued in the European Economic Area for online purchases may be asked to complete additional authentication measures.

Oculus supports making payments more secure and transparent. As part of the revised Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) issued by the EU, you may be asked to authenticate your credit or debit card.

Some of the places you may be asked to authenticate your payment include:

  • When adding a new card to your account

  • When purchasing hardware from Oculus.com

  • When purchasing an app or game from the Oculus store

  • When purchasing in-app or downloadable content

Some of the ways your bank may ask you to authenticate your payment include:

  • Respond to an email with a secure link to complete your purchase.

  • Open a payment confirmation from the Oculus app on your phone.

  • Provide additional verification for your bank in a browser window.

You can also add PayPal as a confirmed payment method to your account. Once you do this, you should be able to use your confirmed PayPal account to complete purchases without additional verification steps.

This process is in place to make your payments more secure, but we understand that any additional steps may present new challenges with completing your purchase. Who you contact for help depends on the type of issue you're having.

  • If you’re experiencing a general technical problem such as connectivity or login issues, please contact Oculus Support.

  • If you’re experiencing a problem with the authentication process itself, please contact the bank that issued your credit or debit card.

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