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    Xbox One Standard + Gears of War: Ultimate Edition for just $269.99
    Gears of War: Ultimate Edition
    Cheapest Deal

    Xbox One 500GB console bundled with:

    $269.99

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    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
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    Xbox One Standard + Quantum Break for just $288.00
    Quantum Break

    Xbox One 500GB console bundled with:

    $288.00

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    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
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    Xbox One Standard + Gears of War: Ultimate Edition for just $292.79
    Gears of War: Ultimate Edition

    Xbox One 500GB console bundled with:

    $292.79

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    • Price decreased from $310.00 to $292.79 on 15th Oct at 01:53
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    • Price decreased from $310.00 to $292.79 on 15th Oct at 01:53
    • Price increased from $292.79 to $310.00 on 11th Oct at 13:33
    • Price decreased from $310.00 to $292.79 on 10th Oct at 13:27
    • Price increased from $292.79 to $310.00 on 10th Oct at 01:24
    • Price decreased from $310.00 to $292.79 on 6th Oct at 01:00
    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
    Xbox One Standard + Selected Game for just $303.17
    Selected Game

    Xbox One 500GB console bundled with:

    • Selected Game
    • Select a Game from 4 x blockbuster titles
    $303.17

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    Xbox One Standard + Tom Clancy’s The Division for just $341.19
    Tom Clancy’s The Division

    Xbox One 1TB console bundled with:

    $341.19

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    • Price decreased from $341.20 to $341.19 2 hours ago
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    • Price increased from $369.86 to $373.39 on 12th Oct at 13:39
    • Price decreased from $369.87 to $369.86 on 11th Oct at 13:33
    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33

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    Xbox One Standard + Madden NFL 16 for just $361.24
    Madden NFL 16

    Xbox One 1TB console bundled with:

    $361.24

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    • Price decreased from $449.65 to $361.24 on 12th Oct at 13:39
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    • Price decreased from $449.65 to $361.24 on 12th Oct at 13:39
    • Price increased from $361.24 to $449.65 on 11th Oct at 13:33
    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
    Xbox One Standard + Fallout 4 + Fallout 3 for just $433.81
    Fallout 4
    Fallout 3

    Xbox One 1TB console bundled with:

    $433.81

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    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
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    Xbox One Standard + Halo 5: Guardians for just $449.98
    Halo 5: Guardians

    Xbox One 1TB console bundled with:

    $449.98

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    Xbox One Standard + Halo: Master Chief Collection for just $465.48
    Halo: Master Chief Collection

    Xbox One 500GB console bundled with:

    $465.48

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    • Price increased from $465.47 to $465.48 on 10th Oct at 13:27
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    • Price increased from $465.47 to $465.48 on 10th Oct at 13:27
    • Price decreased from $465.48 to $465.47 on 7th Oct at 01:06
    • Price decreased from $465.49 to $465.48 on 5th Oct at 00:54
    • Price decreased from $465.51 to $465.49 on 3rd Oct at 12:45
    • Price decreased from $465.52 to $465.51 on 2nd Oct at 00:36
    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
    Xbox One Standard + Halo: Master Chief Collection for just $465.97
    Halo: Master Chief Collection

    Xbox One 500GB console bundled with:

    $465.97

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    • Deal first found on 1st Oct at 12:33
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    Lowest price Xbox One console today

    We scour hundreds of prices to find you the best offers. Here’s the lowest priced Xbox One we’ve spotted today:

    • Price decreased from $217.99 to $184.99 on 9th Oct at 17:05
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    • Price decreased from $217.99 to $184.99 on 9th Oct at 17:05
    • Price increased from $194.99 to $217.99 on 9th Sep at 18:37
    • Price decreased from $217.99 to $194.99 on 1st Sep at 17:02
    • Price decreased from $250.65 to $217.99 on 31st Aug at 01:49
    • Price increased from $217.99 to $250.65 on 30th Aug at 16:46
    • Deal first found on 23rd Aug at 13:52

    Best Xbox One bundles – September

    1. Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle

    The newest piece of console hardware out there, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is a One S with a key difference – it has no disc drive. This cost-cutting measure helps keep its price down and helps to showcase the sheer power of Microsoft’s Game Pass initiative, which offers you a Netflix-style subscription library to hundreds of games.

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    $123.45

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    2. Xbox One S Fortnite purple special edition bundle

    Fortnite shows absolutely no signs of slowing down, and this special edition bundle which came with a limited edition purple One S was a huge hit when it first launched earlier this year. Just remember to be quick, this bundle won’t be around for long!

    Xbox One S + Fortnite for just $299.99
    Fortnite

    Xbox One S 1TB console bundled with:

    • Fortnite
    • Fortnite Dark Vertex Cosmetic Set download and 2000 V-bucks
    $299.99

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    • Went out of stock on 25th Sep at 18:11
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    • Price increased from $234.99 to $299.99 on 9th Sep at 18:37
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    3. Xbox One NBA 2K20 bundle

    NBA 2K20, and with the best-selling basketball sim comes a new Xbox One S bundle that comes with a digital download of the game. Released 6th September.

    Xbox One S + NBA 2K20 for just $299.00
    NBA 2K20

    Xbox One S 1TB console bundled with:

    $299.00

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    • Price decreased from $299.99 to $299.00 on 1st Oct at 03:36
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    • Price decreased from $299.99 to $299.00 on 1st Oct at 03:36
    • Price increased from $295.99 to $299.99 on 28th Sep at 13:00
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    Learn More about Xbox One

    Microsoft’s Xbox One builds on the success of its predecessor the Xbox 360, offering an all-in-one entertainment and gaming system. Find opponents who are at your skill level with Smart Match, Skype with friends while battling hordes of the undead in Dead Rising 4 or switch between games, live TV and apps with voice commands. The Xbox One revolutionizes entertainment.

    The Xbox One S is now the most common basic model, having replaced the original console in 2016. 2017 will see the launch of the Xbox One X, Microsoft’s answer to the super powered PS4 Pro. The One X is the most powerful home console ever launched.

    As Xbox One S prices decrease and the One X expands the boundaries of what is possible in the video gaming world, there has never been a better time to join the Microsoft family. Consoles.com is designed to find you all the best value Xbox One bundles and deals. No matter if you know exactly what you’re looking for or simply want to get the lowest price Xbox you can, Consoles.com is the only site you need.

    Wireless Streaming to devices

    Xbox Play Anywhere

    Buy once, play anywhere. Whenever you buy an Xbox Play Anywhere digital game, you’ll be able to play it both on Xbox One and Windows 10. Even better, your achievements, progress and add-ons follow you across both platforms. Just look for the Xbox Play Anywhere logo on supported games.

    Powered by the cloud

    Xbox Live has always offered the most advanced multiplayer experience and now it’s even better. Xbox Live is now powered by hundreds of thousands of gaming servers, which reduce lag and help to prevent cheating while maintaining your security online. Join thousands of others in taking your gaming experience online.

    The Cloud

    Xbox One Exclusive Games

    Blockbuster exclusives

    Xbox One is the only place to play console exclusive series such as Crackdown 3, Forza Horizon 4, Gears of War, and Halo Wars 2, as well as games such as Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2 and Scalebound. Microsoft continues to provide must-have games, year on year. Better yet, the Xbox One also enjoys fantastic support for popular cross-console series such as Call of Duty, Madden and many more.

    Backward compatibility

    Want to join the latest generation of video game consoles but don’t want to stop playing classics like Red Dead Redemption, Fable, Jet Set Radio and Perfect Dark Zero? Xbox One is backwards compatible with over 100 Xbox 360 and Xbox games. Continue enjoying your old favorites from the days of Xbox 360 long into the future with the Xbox One.

    Xbox One Console

    The Xbox One S

    Featuring high dynamic range and 4K ultra HD support for video and gaming, the Xbox One S is the new standard offering from Microsoft for the Xbox One.

    Xbox One S

    Smaller, More Powerful Xbox

    40% smaller than its big brother the Xbox One, it comes with 3 storage capacities (500GB, 1TB and 2TB), a vertical stand and a new streamlined Xbox controller with Bluetooth technology, so you can use your favorite controller on console, PC, tablet and phone.

    Enjoy all the features and benefits of the Xbox One, but on a smaller, more powerful video game console.

    The Xbox One X

    The Xbox One X is, quite simply, the most powerful home gaming console ever. Capable of playing games at a stunning 40K resolution while maintaining an eye-popping 60fps rate, there’s simply no other console available that can match the same degree of immersion. The same is true of the console’s ability to stream VOD from YouTube, Netflix and more with the same 4K resolution, as well as its built-in Ultra HD Blu-ray DVD player.

    Xbox One X

    The most stunning gaming experience ever

    And it isn’t just graphics that the One X bolsters. Immense processing power means that even games without the “Xbox One X Enhanced” tag will still benefit from the console’s internals, smoothing our frame rate drops and helping to eliminate slow down and stutters.

    Xbox One X Console

    Xbox One X Tech Specs

    Console Style Matte Black
    Controller Wireless Black Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad, Slimlined
    Storage Capacity Starting from 1TB hard drive
    Cloud Storage Yes
    Required Internet Connection Only for initial setup then no connection required
    Motion / Voice Controls Optional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands, requires adapter
    Second Screen Smart Glass (not included)
    Mandatory Game Installs Yes
    Subscription Service Xbox Live
    RAM 12GB DDR5
    CPU 8 core Scorpio CPU @ 2.3GHz
    USB USB 3.0
    Optical Drive UHD 4k Blu-Ray / DVD
    Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
    Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Compatible!
    TV / A/V Hookups HDMI-in; HDMI-out; 1x front-facing USB 3.0 ; 2x rear-facing USB 3.0; IR receiver/blaster; SPDIF digital audio; Ethernet, High Dynamic Range
    Xbox One Console

    Xbox One Tech Specs

    Console Style Gloss Black
    Controller Black Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad
    Storage Capacity 500GB or 1TB Hard Drive
    Cloud Storage Yes
    Required Internet Connection Only for initial setup then no connection required
    Motion / Voice Controls Optional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands
    Second Screen Smart Glass (not included)
    Mandatory Game Installs Yes
    Subscription Service Xbox Live
    RAM 8GB DDR3
    CPU 8 Core Microsoft custom CPU
    USB USB 3.0
    Optical Drive Blu-Ray / DVD
    Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
    Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Compatible!
    TV / A/V Hookups TV / A/V Hookups
    Xbox One S

    Xbox One S Tech Specs

    Console Style Gloss White
    Controller White Matte with Gloss Finish, New Headset Port, Trigger Rumble Motors, Flush Battery Pack, Plus-shaped D-Pad, Slimlined
    Storage Capacity 500GB, 1TB or 2TB Hard Drive
    Cloud Storage Yes
    Required Internet Connection Only for initial setup then no connection required
    Motion / Voice Controls Optional Kinect 2 with supported voice commands
    Second Screen Smart Glass (not included)
    Mandatory Game Installs Yes
    Subscription Service Xbox Live
    RAM 8GB DDR3
    CPU 8 Core Microsoft custom CPU
    USB USB 3.0
    Optical Drive Blu-Ray / DVD
    Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet
    Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Compatible!
    TV / A/V Hookups HDMI input and output, 4K Optical output, High Dynamic Range

    Which Xbox One bundle is right for you?

    Xbox One is the all-in-one entertainment experience, with must-have exclusive games and entertainment features that you won’t find anywhere else. With so many different deals available, Xbox One prices can vary dramatically, so it’s sometimes hard to know which is the best deal.

    Take the time to consider the right combination of storage, accessories and games so that you find the best Xbox One deal for you.

    Price or power

    The biggest choice when it comes to selecting an Xbox One deal is whether to go for the super-powered X or the more price conscious S model. The S is still a fine piece of technology, capable of playing games in stunning 1080p and coming with a Blu-ray player built in. However, the X is the single most powerful games console ever, capable of rendering huge games in 4k with ease.

    500GB, 1TB or 2TB storage

    It’s getting harder and harder to find anything other than 1TB models for the One S and One X, but they do still exist. If you’re the type of gamer who buys digital copies of games, you’ll probably want as much storage as possible, but if you prefer physical copies of games and don’t need as much storage, then you might find more lower price offers available. Currently, the Xbox One X is only confirmed to be available with a 1TB capacity.

    Choose your color

    After originally only launching in black, the Xbox One is now available in other colors, including white, blue and silver. The Xbox One S is currently only available in white. The Xbox One X, the smallest of all the models (surprisingly, given its power) is available in black as standard, but can also be bought in white and special edition colours, such as the gold and black ‘gold rush’ edition.

    Games and accessories

    With so many exclusive games to choose from, it can be easy to choose a deal with your favorite game. But there are big savings to be made on Xbox One bundles that include Xbox Live subscriptions, or accessories such as additional controllers. If you know what game you’re looking for, if you’ll need an extra controller or if you’re planning on spending a lot of time online then be sure to use our filtering system to find bundles that include what you’re looking for.

    Xbox One Revealed Worldwide

    At a special streamed event, Microsoft unveil the brand new Xbox One, the successor to Xbox 360. The launch is met with controversy, leading Microsoft to backtrack on claims that the all-in-one entertainment device would need a constant internet and Kinect connection to work properly.

    Second hand games uproar

    More controversy surrounds the next generation console offering from Microsoft, with rumors suggesting that retailers will only be able to offer a 10% discount on RRP. Further speculation suggests that the games will be locked to the first owners Xbox One console, giving the tech giant a monopoly on the second hand market.

    E3 2013 Xbox One Showcase

    Launch price announced at E3 2013

    Looking to make an impact after a less than ideal reveal, Xbox go all out at E3, revealing the first batch of games, including Ryse: Son of Rome and Forza 5. The US launch price is announced also, coming in at an eye-watering $499, which gets you a 500GB console and the Kinect sensor.

    Microsoft ease fan always-online fears

    In response to backlash about the Xbox One’s ‘always-online’ requirements, Microsoft announce that the console will not require a constant internet connection. They also announce that there will be no restrictions on second-hand games.

    Xbox One heralds the 8th console generation

    Microsoft release the Xbox One in the United States and worldwide and all is forgiven. By year’s end a staggering 3 million consoles are sold.

    Twitch - Online Streaming Service

    Twitch comes to Xbox

    Microsoft announce that the popular streaming service Twitch will be coming to Xbox One in March, enabling gamers the world over to broadcast their feats.

    Xbox One Kinect 2

    Goodbye Kinect?

    Losing the console war to PlayStation, Microsoft react by dropping the price of their flagship console. A new Xbox One bundle with no Kinect sensor brings Xbox to price-parity with PlayStation, seeing an upturn in sales

    Xbox One White Sunset Overdrive Limited Edition

    You can have it any color, so long as it’s black (or white)

    The arrival of the Sunset Overdrive Xbox bundle see’s the Xbox One in a new color. The white Xbox is soon followed by another limited edition bundle, the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Xbox One, in dark grey and gold, featuring a 1TB hard drive.

    10 million Xbox Ones shipped

    Worldwide sales of the Xbox One surpass 10 million.

    Windows 10 compatibility

    News is unveiled at a Windows 10 briefing that the Xbox One can integrate with the operating system, enabling gamers to stream games to their PCs and tablets on their home network.

    1TB Xbox One Console released

    More capacity

    1TB Xbox Ones become widely available as a standard bundle rather than limited edition bundle. As a result the 500GB console drops in price.

    Xbox One gets backwards compatible

    At E3 2015, Microsoft shows off new Xbox 360 compatibility for the Xbox One. The update allows gamers to play disc games and Xbox Live Arcade games, even online.

    Better late than never

    Slightly later than anticipated, Microsoft launch the integration with Windows 10 system. “With the streaming functionality, not only can you stream games but you can also access your friends, achievements, Party Chat, multiplayer, Snap mode and more. Game streaming is then initiated from the Xbox on Windows 10 app on a PC or tablet in the same home network,” explained the company’s Xbox group.

    The Xbox One Elite

    Microsoft announce the Xbox One Elite, a console with a 1TB solid-state hybrid drive, bundled with the Elite controller. Originally retailing for $499, the price dropped to $349.

    The Xbox One Elite

    Microsoft announce the Xbox One Elite, a console with a 1TB solid-state hybrid drive, bundled with the Elite controller. Originally retailing for $499, the price dropped to $349.

    Seagate Xbox One External Hard Drive

    Even more capacity

    Seagate team up with Microsoft to bring gamers the first exclusive external hard drive for their consoles, featuring 2TB and USB 3.0.

    Is the 8th console generation over already?

    Rumors start to appear of a new Microsoft console, dubbed Xbox 1.5 or Xbox 2. As Sony continue to push-ahead with their rumored 4K console, all eyes are on Microsoft to see what they will bring to the party.

    Xbox One S Announced

    Xbox One S Announced

    Microsoft announce their revamped flagship console, the new Xbox One S, at E3 2016. 40% smaller than the original Xbox One, the day one release will feature a 2TB hard drive, support for 4k and high dynamic range. The XBS will also feature a vertical stand and will be supplied with a streamlined controller.

    Xbox Scorpio

    What is Project Scorpio?

    Also at E3, Microsoft give us a teaser about ‘the next biggest thing in gaming’, Project Scorpio. Described as the most powerful console ever built, it is set to feature 4K and VR capabilities among other yet-to-be-announced features.

    Xbox One S

    Xbox One S launches

    The original Xbox One model is replaced by the 40% smaller Xbox One S. Available with three different hard-drive capacities – 500GB, 1TB and 2TB – the One S has proved a major success since its launch, and is likely to remain as Microsoft’s core base-level Xbox offering for the duration of the One’s lifespan.

    The Xbox One X is announced

    After months of speculation, Microsoft nailed down some of the finer details of their Project Scorpio. The Xbox One X, the company’s flagship console designed to compete with the PS4 Pro is the most powerful home console ever, capable of delivering certain games in 4K resolution at 60FPS. The One X will be released in November prior to the traditional Holiday shopping period.

    One X arrives

    Amid some strong critical reviews, the Xbox One X launches. It establishes itself as the most powerful home console ever, capable of holding its own against good gaming PCs.

    Destination Unknown

    2017’s must-own game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, launches exclusively on the Xbox. Though still in early access, the game rockets up the charts as the appeal of the battle royale subgenre of shooters continues to boom.

    Xbox One moves past 35m sales mark

    Though Microsoft have ceased to publish official sales figures for the Xbox One since it became apparent they were losing the generational battle to the PS4, an unconfirmed report puts the One’s sales at around 35m. This is lower than the PS4 by some distance, but it is respectable; it means the One has outsold both the N64 and the original Xbox.

    New adaptive controller released

    Players with a variety of disabilities are now able to enjoy the Xbox One, thanks to a new adaptive controller which is highly customisable. External devices such as joysticks and buttons can be attached in a range of configurations to suit the needs of the user.

    Over to you

    With speculation about the next moves of Xbox and PlayStation, Sony stun the gaming world by announcing they won’t be attending the industry’s biggest convention, E3. With Nintendo’s Switch console still in its relative infancy, that means Microsoft will have E3 all to themselves when it comes to ushering in the next generation of consoles.

    Mouse and keyboard support launched

    Mouse and keyboard controls have long been a key battleground between PC devotees and console acolytes, but as of November, Xbox One players no longer need to pick, as Microsoft begin enabling gaming developers to allow keyboard and mouse support.

    New hardware rumours emerge

    As the Xbox One celebrates its fifth birthday, rumours circulate that Microsoft is gearing up to launch not only a new model, but the console’s eventual replacement. The rumoured new model, slated for a release mid-way through 2019, is said to be a similar spec to the One S, but without a disc drive and instead relying solely on streaming to play games. The Xbox Two (if you can call it that) is said to be launching in late 2020.

    Who’s going to drive you home?

    Microsoft make a surprise announcement of another Xbox One sku, despite Scarlett expected to launch in a little more than 18 months. This new one, named the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition (SADE) is identical to the Xbox One S, except for the fact it comes without any optical drive. Instead, it relies entirely on downloads and streaming options to play games.

    SADE launches

    The SADE launches, at an RRP of $50 less than the standard One S.

    Project Scarlett is coming

    After months of speculation about what the next generation will bring, Microsoft finally announce the beginning of the end for the Xbox One by announcing what is known at the moment as Project Scarlett. Comprising of two consoles (a departure from past generations, which have almost always launched with a single console), Scarlett will boast a spec that will dwarf that of the Xbox One. It will also support all Xbox One games, a further incentive for players to upgrade.