We've seen some strong deals for the Xbox One S over the last 12 months, but this one takes the cake coming into Christmas. For today only, the 500GB unit, along with a bunch of Minecraft games, can be yours for $250 from Harvey Norman.
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There's no shortage of deals when it comes to Microsoft's Xbox One console, so it often comes down to one of two things: the price or the bundled games. If you're a fan of the latter, Microsoft has a number of solid deals on right now, ranging from $329 to $399, depending on your entertainment poison.
This Saturday, Aldi will be selling the Xbox One S console bundled with two games for just $279. That's well over $100 off the usual RRP.
Even if you have zero interest in the Xbox brand, this is a great way to get your hands on a 4K Blu-ray player and streaming entertainment center without spending a bucket of cash. Here are the details.
If you missed February's stellar deal for the Xbox One S, don't worry, Microsoft is at it again. Right now you can grab the 500GB console for $299, which not only comes with a download for Battlefield 1, Minecraft, FIFA 17 or Forza Horizon 3, but an additional free game of your choice.
If you have a new (and probably quite expensive) 4K HDR TV, then 4K video is amazing -- it looks incredible. But to watch a 4K Blu-ray, you need a 4K Blu-ray player, which can set you back quite a few hundred dollars more than regular Blu-ray. If you do want to make that investment, though, the cheapest 4K Blu-ray player actually does a lot more than just play movies. You can buy a 4K-toting Xbox One S for as little as $349, a full $200 cheaper than the least expensive Blu-ray player on sale in Australia today.
To celebrate the release of Battlefield 1 and Gears Of War 5, Microsoft is releasing two new-look versions of its Xbox One S video game console. The Xbox One S Gears of War 4 Special Edition is dark blue, whereas the Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Special Edition is finished in grey. Both will be available from November 1 for $399 and come bundled with the aforementioned games.