Although Amazon Prime Day provided some great deals as expected, it is now finished. However, that doesn’t mean other outlets aren’t offering similarly enticing deals, including some considerably attractive deals for Xbox One consoles.
Prime Day offered great discounts on a variety of gaming products, from sales on triple-A titles like Red Dead Redemption 2 to an assortment of discounted console bundles. While the opportunity to take advantage of these discounts is over, a couple deals nearly slashes the price of two different Xbox One X consoles by 40% via Antonline on Google Express.
First, there is a deal on a regular Xbox One X console. Usually at a steep $499.99, this deal nearly cuts the price by $200. At checkout, the console is discounted by $166 by default, bringing the price to about $334 before tax. However, if one inputs “JULY20SAVE” when prompted for any promo codes, the console is further discounted by $20, bringing the Xbox One X console to $314 before tax. After tax, the console should be approximately $340, which is a relatively low cost for an Xbox One console.
This same deal also applies to a bundle of an Xbox One X console paired with a download code for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. That bundle will be about $340 as well after accounting for sales tax.
In addition to these Xbox One X deals, there is also a deal that concerns a pairing of both an Xbox One S console and a Nintendo Switch console. In this bundle, the Xbox One console is the 1TB Xbox One S All-Digital version and comes with download codes for Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3. With a base discount price of $444, one can enter the code “GOTURE” at checkout for 10% off. This brings the price to about $400 plus sales tax. This deal lasts until July 22, so anyone interested in this deal should not hesitate for too long.
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