Our best Xbox One deals and sales roundup is here to help you score a decent price on the still excellent, but fast disappearing, console from Microsoft. Sure, it’s soon to be a ‘classic’ console but don’t discount it – not least because deals start at just $249 this week – a full $50 cheaper than the newly announced Xbox Series S price. Be warned though – with the recent announcement of the discontinuation of the Xbox One X and One S All-Digital edition, this could be your last chance to score an Xbox deal before the new ones arrive in November.
As you’d imagine, stock is really thin on the ground right now, even on the standard Xbox One S which normally enjoys a ubiquitous lineup of bundle deals. 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. Better still, if you can opt to wait until November for a console, we highly recommend considering a new Xbox Series X pre-order – which are now available but in short supply.
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.
Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Deals
The Microsoft Xbox One S All-Digital edition is a great buy for those on a budget with a decent internet connection. It’s essentially the same console as the standard Xbox One S, sans the included disk drive, so you’ll have to download and store all your games directly onto the console itself.
For $50 less than the standard Xbox One S, it’s a nice little buy if you prefer your gaming disk-free without the hundreds of boxes associated with a dense library. Speaking of dense libraries, the current Microsoft bundle includes download codes for Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3, and Sea of Thieves, so you’re already off to a great start with the standard package.
Stocks on the Microsoft Xbox One S All-Digital have remained steady throughout its life cycle, unlike the other two variants however note – Microsoft has announced plans to discontinue the all-digital console, so definitely snap up the remaining stock if you’re looking for a cheap Xbox One.
Xbox One deals
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 bundle stock is currently a real issue in the US and you’ll unfortunately struggle to find anything at an acceptable price right now. Subsequently, we’d recommend holding off until the next wave of bundle stock hits the shelves of the big retailers, although we can’t say for sure when that’s going to be.
We’ll be updating this section as soon as we find some deals, so please feel free to check in regularly. In the meantime, we’ve got a few links to the retailers most likely to replenish stock the quickest just below.
- Microsoft: currently out of stock on all bundles, but still has some consoles in stock.
- Amazon: only has upmarked third party offers right now, definitely avoid
- Best Buy: currently out of stock on all Xbox One S bundles
- Gamestop: no bundles currently in stock, has refurbished consoles for cheap however
Xbox One X deals
Released in November 2017 at a list price of $499, the HDR and 4K-equipped Xbox One X is considerably more expensive than the Xbox One S. The prices below are mainly for the console on its own. But if you’d like to see the options that include games too (sometimes you’ll get ones thrown in for free), then head on over to our dedicated Xbox One X bundles page.
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!
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.