Microsoft Slashes Xbox One Prices By $50 For The Holidays


Microsoft has announced a limited time pricing scheme to keep the sales of its consoles and other products going even after the Black Friday sale.

$50 Off Normal Price

The tech giant revealed on Sunday that its Xbox One S and Xbox One X console bundles will be sold at $50 off the normal pricing. With the discount, Xbox One S with Battlefield V is now priced at $250 and the Xbox One X with PUBG now sells for $450.

The price may not be as good as the deals on Black Friday when Microsoft offered its latest Xbox One X console at $100 off, bringing the price to just $399.99.

The prices for the company's "limited time" sale, however, may still be good enough to entice customer purchases. A $50 off the normal price is still too good to pass, it can influence the decision of consumers hunting for good bargains.

"It is the holiday season, and to celebrate, we are sharing Xbox One deals on consoles and accessories to get you ready for some winter gaming," Xbox Wire Editor in Chief Will Tuttle wrote.

"You can save $50 on any Xbox One bundle, including Xbox One X, the world's most powerful console, and Xbox One S, the best value in gaming and entertainment this Holiday."

Discounts For Wireless Controllers And Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft is also slashing the price of the Xbox Wireless Controller Phantom Black and Xbox Wireless Controller Sport White Special Edition by $10 and is currently offering a $50 discount off an Xbox Game Pass.

Between Nov. 10 and Jan. 3, Xbox Game Pass is also offered to new subscribers for just $1 for the first month. Subscription price is normally at $9.99 per month to get access to more than 100 games.

Starting Dec. 9, buying three months of Xbox Live Gold will also get players $10 credit toward the Microsoft Online Store.

Microsoft is expected to announce more deals during the holiday.

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