Microsoft cutting the price of Xbox One and Xbox One S Holiday bundles by $50
To celebrate the holiday season, Microsoft has offered a whole 12 days full of sales and great offers for its consumers, which included all kind of Microsoft related merchandise. Console bundles were no exception, with Microsoft cutting the price of both the Xbox One and Xbox One S.
There are several bundles included in the promotion in both the 500 GB and the 1 TB varieties with games like Battlefield 1 and Gears of War, hyping fans up with reduced prices.
If you want to shave off $50 from the price of a new Xbox One or One S console, all you have to do is head over to the Microsoft Store or one of the associated partners in this promotion. The list includes popular shopping locations such as Best Buy, Target, Walmart or GameStop, making it easy to find a shop near you that participates in Microsoft’s holiday celebration. Or, you could just check out their websites and instantly get your desired console.
If $50 doesn’t sound like enough, you might be interested in the $80 discount for the 1 TB version of the Xbox One which comes bundled with Tom Clancy’s The Division, one of the more popular releases of 2016.
It is understandable how buying a brand new, current generation console could strain the wallets of some folks that have other priorities, therefore this is a great opportunity. People can now take advantage of the Christmas spirit infusing all retailers and acquire that Xbox One they’ve been dreaming of for the better part of the year.
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