Microsoft just made the Xbox One S even more tempting with a great deal when purchasing the new video game console through the Microsoft Store.
Reviews on the Xbox One S revealed that it is a worthy purchase for both Xbox One owners and new players. Microsoft, however, gave customers even more reasons to buy the Xbox One S.
When purchasing one of the listed bundles for the Xbox One S through the Microsoft Store, customers will be given a free $50 gift card and a game among four choices.
The $50 gift card can be used within the Microsoft Store, and it will be delivered to the customer's e-mail address within 10 working days from the purchase of the Xbox One S.
The free game, on the other hand, can be chosen from Watch Dogs, The Crew, Just Dance 2016 and Just Dance: Disney Party 2.
The free gift card and game offer applies to a handful of Xbox One S bundles. The first bundle is the Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle with a 1 TB console for $349, which comes with a full game of Madden NFL 17, seven Madden Ultimate Team Pro Packs, a one-month subscription to EA Access and a promotional code to gain a 20 percent discount on the official NFL store.
The second bundle is the Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle, which is $299 for the 500 GB model and $349 for the 1 TB model. The bundle includes a physical copy of Halo 5: Guardians and a full-game download of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, along with a 14-day trial of Xbox Live Gold membership.
Gamers can also enjoy the free gift card and game upon buying the Xbox One S 2 TB Console for $399.
It should also be noted that upon making any of these purchases on the Microsoft Store, customers will be able to avail a $10 discount on an Xbox One controller.
The offer for the free game expires on Oct. 31, while the offer for the $50 gift card does not seem to have an end date yet.
Purchasing from the Microsoft Store also comes with free standard shipping with an estimated delivery time of three to seven business days. Customers can also choose to pay for faster shipping options.
The Xbox One S comes with 4K support within a body that is a fraction of the size of the original Xbox One. The console also has an improved GPU clock speed that would lead to improved performance for some Xbox One games.