Samsung 4K TV and Xbox One S 1TB with Battlefield 1 bundle available for $499
These days, an abundance of cheap deals is good for the economy, helping companies get rid of excessive stock. If you’re a regular Walmart customer and want to spend some cash on a new TV, then here’s the best deal you can get: Samsung’s 40-inch Class 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV together with an Xbox One S 1TB Bundle, a free game or 4K movie, and a free controller for only $499.
The two options of free games for the 1TB bundle are Battlefield 1 and Gears of War 4. The rest of the deal is customizable. Star Wars: Battlefront is also free, but the other games will cost between $6 and $10, with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Titanfall 2 just two of the available titles that you can buy for the Xbox One S console.
When it comes to 4K movies, Deadpool and X-Men: Days of Future Past will be included in the package alongside a free controller. If you need another controller, you’ll spend $44.01 on the Special Edition Armed or Convert Forces while the Xbox One Elite controller is sold for $100.
However, if you think that the 40-inch Samsung 4K TV is too small, then you can spend $100 more for the 55-inch model. Also, the price of the Xbox One S 2TB with Gears of War 4 game is $100 more.
Even if this deal goes live on November 21, at 12AM PST, you should act fast and be among the first customers because the retailer will have limited supply and will be sold out early. If you’re targeting the free pieces, you should know that you won’t be the only person who wants to take advantage of this deal.
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