Xbox One official price drop brings 1TB bundles w/ multiple games down to just $319 shipped, more
Justin Kahn - May. 31st 2016 4:13 pm ET
Microsoft has now officially dropped all Xbox One bundles $50 with options starting at $299. The sale comes a few months ahead of E3 2016 and will run until Microsoft’s big conference on July 13th. With the $50 price drop now mostly live across the board, we are seeing some very notable discounts at Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Microsoft Store and more. But it’s the rumored E3 bound Xbox One slim that makes the move most interesting.
Several outlets have reported rumors on a new, slimmer Xbox One along with a pair of possible new Xbox TV streaming boxes. Both of which could be making an appearance come July 13th. While that is something to keep in mind if you’re in the market for a new Xbox One, pricing on the new model isn’t likely to get as low as today’s deals for some time.
Outside of the base $50 drop at most retailers, we have a few special bundle deals that offer even more value:
- Xbox One 1TB Console + 3 games, extra controller, Forza Horizon 2: $319 ($430 value) | Amazon
- Xbox One 1TB Spring Bundle + 4 games, Halo 5, extra controller: $319 ($445 value) | Microsoft
- Xbox One 500GB White Quantum Break Bundle: $279 (Reg. $350) | eBay
- Xbox One 1TB Console Rainbow Six Siege Bundle $319 (Reg. $350) | Amazon
You’ll find the rest of our game/app deals in the daily roundups.