Customers will be waiting for the end of this month to avail various Black Friday deals. However, online retailers such as Best Buy, GameStop, Target and Amazon are offering Microsoft Xbox One bundle deals that are hard to resist.
Best Buy is throwing in a $50 gift card if a customer purchases a new Xbox One before Nov. 7. From Nov. 6 to Nov. 8, Xbox One bundle customers can also get a free game worth $59.99 or under. Xbox One bundles at Best Buy starts at $349.99.
"A powerful game console delivering stunning graphics for the games you play as well as becoming your go-to device for movies, TV shows, sports and more. When you buy an Xbox One, you'll receive a free game $59.99 or under. Plus, you'll receive a free $50 gift card automatically," per Best Buy.
GameStop is offering a free controller on purchase of a new Xbox One gaming console from Nov. 2 to Nov 5. From Nov. 6 through to Nov. 8 customers of an Xbox One bundle from GameStop can get a free wireless controller and an additional free game worth $59.99.
Gamers who are looking to exchange their old gaming consoles that includes Sony PlayStation 3 (120GB or above) and Xbox 360 (250GB and above) can get $100 credit towards the purchase of a new Xbox One from GameStop. The offer is valid till Nov. 21.
Target is also offering a $50 gift card to those who purchase an Xbox One from Nov. 1 to Nov. 5. Starting Nov. 6 through to Nov. 7, gamers can get an additional game with an Xbox One bundle along with a $50 gift card (only on online purchases).
On Nov. 8, customers will just get a free game (only on online purchases) but no gift card. Xbox One bundle offer at Target starts at $349.99.
According to Major Nelson, Amazon is offering Mad Max worth $47.80 (for Xbox One) for free to customers who buy an Xbox One from Nov. 2 to Nov. 5. Customers who purchase an Xbox One bundle between Nov. 6 and Nov. 8 will get Mad Max for free.
Amazon is currently offering Xbox One 1TB Console and Madden NFL 16 Bundle for $506.78. Amazon will be giving away Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Mad Max for free as part of the bundle.
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