Thursday, December 3

The best Xbox One prices, bundles, sales and deals for November 2020

You’ll find all the best Xbox One deals and sales right here, but it’s worth noting that not only are many looking to buy Xbox Series X these days, but the next generation console’s price is also looking particularly enticing considering the Xbox One stock shortages in the US. 

The new console comes in at $299 for the cheaper Series S, and $499 for the fully fledged Xbox Series X device. That’s bad news for the Xbox One, which is itself seeing price hikes this week after inventory has run dry. Nevertheless, the previous generation console does have its place in the world. 

If you’re looking for a disk drive, it’s worth noting that the Series S won’t allow you to use your physical media. If the price is right on the Xbox One deals below, then, it’s worth grabbing a cheaper console while you wait for the Series X to drop in price. 

Our advice right now is to jump on the remaining stock while you still can and don’t get too caught up in looking for a bundle as it’s often cheaper to pick up a standalone console plus your games and accessories separately. 

We’ve still rounded up the lowest prices for the bundles, however, which you’ll find just below along with all the rest of the best Xbox One deals this week. Can’t decide which console is best for you? We’ll also run through the differences between the consoles before showing the deals for them – just so you’re prepared to make the best buying decision. 

Plus, there’s always the upcoming Black Friday deals to keep an eye on as well.

Xbox One deals

cheap xbox one deals and bundles

The slimmed-down design of the Xbox One S looks much better than the original chunky box, and the power brick has been absorbed, making things a bit tidier behind your TV. The main draw, though, is support for specialized 4K Blu-Rays and 4K Netflix content. Most Xbox One S models nowadays come with an improved 1TB of storage, but a few 500GB units are lingering too. The limited-edition 2TB models have all but disappeared now, but they sometimes pop up with inflated price-tags. Let’s take a look at the cheapest Xbox One sale prices below, followed by the bundles.

Xbox One bundles

Xbox One S: $299.99 at Best Buy
Best Buy currently has stock of the Xbox One S in stock, which we haven’t been able to say for a while. The price isn’t great considering the new Series S will also launch at $299.99, but if you’re looking for a disk drive while the Series X price falls over the next year or so it might be worth a look.
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Xbox One S 1TB | Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: $359.90 at Walmart
You’re not saving any cash on this Xbox One bundle – especially seeing as you can grab the console for $299 at Best Buy this week. However, if you need a disk drive and you can’t wait for the Series X, this is a decent price that also allows you to pick up Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at the same time.
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Xbox One S 1TB | Gears of War collection: $359 at Walmart
You’re picking up every numbered Gears of War game with this Xbox One bundle from Walmart this week. It should be noted that this is more expensive than the upcoming Xbox Series S. However, if you need that disk drive and want to wait out the Series X price drop, it’s a fair buy right now.
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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Deals

The Xbox One S Digital Edition doesn’t look so hot right now. Not only are we generally only seeing renewed or refurbished stock on the shelves, but that $249 price point is only $50 cheaper than the brand new Xbox Series S. You get far weaker specs for your cash here, so we’d recommend finding out where to buy Xbox Series S if you’re after a cheaper console right now. 

Nevertheless, we may see prices drop further if new Xbox One stock does emerge so we’re bringing you all the cheapest offers just below. 

Xbox One X deals

As of July 2020, Microsoft has discontinued production on the Xbox One X to make way for the brand new generation, the Xbox Series X. Down below we’ve got a round-up of the remaining stock, though be warned, it’s starting to thin out fast now.

Note – Recently people have been buying up the remaining Xbox One X stock, mistakenly thinking it’s the new Xbox Series X. Just to clarify, the prices below are for the older console, not the brand new next-gen entry, so please make sure you’re not picking up the wrong one by accident!

Speaking of next-gen, the new console is now available. While stock is low, if you can get your hands on the $499 Xbox Series X it’s a higher value investment, especially seeing as prices on the previous generation aren’t too pretty right now.

Xbox One X (renewed): $384.85 at Walmart
You’ll struggle to find new Xbox One X bundles on the shelves this week, but you will find a discount on a renewed console at Walmart right now. Considering the 4K Series X launches at $499.99, this isn’t such a bad price, but if you do find stock of the upcoming next-gen console we’d recommend going for the new model instead.
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Xbox One X (renewed): $399 at Amazon
This renewed Xbox One X is actually coming in at the same price we saw new consoles available for last year. If Walmart’s inventory of refurbished Xbox One X deals has run out, Amazon is your next best bet.
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Xbox Live Gold deals

Need to top off your Xbox Live Gold membership? Don’t pay the default automatic $60 renewal price. Check out our range of Xbox Live Gold deals  to save some serious money.

Xbox Game Pass deals

If you’re buying the all digital Xbox One S or just want to save shelf space (and cash) by streaming your favorite Xbox games, these Xbox Game Pass deals are for you. You can also save by combining both your Xbox Live Gold subscription and your Game Pass with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership. 

Still considering a PS4 instead? Then you’ll want to take a look at our cheapest PS4 bundle deals.

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