BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Here’s a round-up of the best early Xbox Series deals for Black Friday, including the best deals on Xbox Series S and X bundles, controllers and more. Links to the best deals are listed below.
Best Xbox Series X & S Deals:
- Save on Xbox Series X console and all access package at Xbox.com - includes deals on the stand alone Xbox Series X console and the package that comes with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
- Save on Xbox Series S console including an all access package at Xbox.com - check updated prices on the standalone console and the bundle that comes with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
- Save on Xbox Series X and Series X bundles at Xbox.com - click the link to see live deals on these 4K Ultra HD Xbox consoles both bundled with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
- Save up to $100 on Xbox consoles at Amazon - check the latest deals and offers on a wide selection of Xbox generations from the first generation to the latest editions
- Shop for Xbox consoles at GameStop.com - check live prices and find the latest and greatest models and editions available right now
Best Xbox Deals:
- Save on Xbox consoles, games, accessories, and gears at Xbox.com - includes deals on the Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox Wireless Controller, and the most popular Xbox games
- Save on a wide range of Xbox One X & S consoles, Elite controllers, games & bundle deals at GameStop - check the latest deals on top-rated Xbox consoles and game bundle deals
- Save up to $114 on best-selling Xbox One X & S consoles, controllers & bundles at Amazon - check the best deals on Xbox One X & S consoles, wireless controllers and bundles from Microsoft and Amazon Renewed
In need of some more deals? Click here to see the full selection of deals at Walmart’s Black Friday sale and click here to shop Amazon’s live Black Friday-worthy deals. Spending Lab earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Microsoft’s next gen consoles, the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S, are due for release in November. The Xbox Series X is the more powerful of the two, boasting 12 teraflops of processing power and a gaming resolution of up to 4K. It also comes with a 4K UHD Blu-Ray disc drive. The Series S, on the other hand, is the cheaper version that has 4 teraflops of computing power and can run games up to 1440p. Different bundles that feature various launch titles, as well as access to Microsoft’s Game Pass are available on launch.
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