Black Friday 2016 is closing in. To those who are gamers or want to gift some Xbox One bundles to their loved ones, prepare your wallets as we compiled the best Xbox One deals that are worth your buck.
It is that time of the year again when both shoppers and retailers gear up for the biggest and busiest event to look forward to. One of the most sought-after items is the Xbox One with many buyers specifically waiting for Black Friday to get ahold of the best deals.
The cheapest bargain we have gathered is Tesco Direct’s 500 GB Xbox One bundle for $179.99 but the gaming console does not have Kinect with it though. There is also a 1 TB option that can be bought for $199.
Currys offers the 1 TB Xbox One Elite Bundle for £189.99. It comes with the Xbox Elite wireless controller which is a good option for those who want a more comfortable gaming experience while playing. Additionally, the Hair Trigger Locks are ideal for FPS gaming.
Argos also has a bargain price for the 1TB Xbox One Console for £199.99. Meanwhile, Sam’s Club marked down the 500GB Xbox One Battlefield 1 and Minecraft bundle for $250 for their Black Friday 2016 sale. An extra white Xbox One controller is also thrown in. Khol’s has the 500 GB Minecraft Xbox One S bundle with $75 in Kohl’s cash for the same amount too.
Dell upped the game by pricing the 500 GB Xbox One Battlefield 1 bundle and adding a free copy of Gears of War 4 and an extra Xbox One controller all for the same price of $250. That is a lot of money saved as the console normally sells for $300 and $60 for Gears of War 4 and an extra controller each when sold separately.
Moreover, if you are eyeing the Xbox One S deals, Argos and Game has some special offers for the 500 GB console with the same amount of £249.99. Argos’ deal comes with Fifa 17 while Game comes with Battlefield 1 and Star Wars Battlefront, and also the Fifa 17 special edition bundle.
There you have it. Tick off your Black Friday 2016 shopping list before the holiday rush kicks in and be the first to acquire the best deals in line.
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