The Xbox Series X officially has two big deals today, and both reduce the price by at least $100.
Xbox announced in a new tweet that you can currently purchase the console on sale for $399.99. This deal appears to capitalize on the holidays, hoping to end up on some gift wishlists.
Xbox’s online checkout page adds there will be a limit of three consoles for each customer.
According to the accompanying teaser, this deal is only available in the United States. So, this may spare some buyer’s remorse with fans who jumped on similar deals in other regions.
An end date was not included in the announcement, but it’s clearly a seasonal offer.
Xbox already offered plenty of decent Black Friday deals this year, most of which bundled in other content like games and subscriptions. Naturally, those likely outshine today’s announcement.
For example, the Xbox Series X bundle that included a $75 Target Gift Card is tough to compete with. It would have been nice if Xbox at least featured some smaller additions like Game Pass, if not a full title.
But for those who didn’t indulge yet, this deal does provide one last chance for holiday shopping.
Target is offering another great deal on the Xbox Series X, as part of their “Deal of the Day” for Target Circle members.
Today only, the console will cost just $349.99. This compares with previous Xbox Series X deals that fans might have missed out on. So, it’ll be best for fans to act quickly. It has a limit of one Target Circle account per transaction.
If you aren’t a Target Circle member, you’re in luck. Amazon has matched their price today at $349, and it’s expected to arrive before Christmas.
Players may need to finally invest in order to enjoy some highly anticipated Xbox exclusives. Some examples may include the upcoming Indiana Jones game and Blade adaptation.