The deals continue! Find the top pick Xbox One bundle deals listed below now that Spring is ending.

It’s Spring 2016, and if you still haven’t bought the 8th gen console from Microsoft, there are some very decent Xbox One deals in the works during this non-holiday season. Select bundle deals are appearing from the Microsoft Store, Dell, and other retailers. All of them are making attractive and rather aggressive offers.

At current count, we’re seeing eight noteworthy bundles, pricing from $279 (for a new Xbox One Quantum Break bundle), all the way to $489 for an Xbox One bundling with a 42-inch Seiki 4K UHDTV (yep you’ve read that correctly). Scan the list below for the bundle deals, listed in no particular order – or check out the summary for each individual store deals further down.

Microsoft Store


  • Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle: $399 + 3 Free Games
    Freebie: Doom, Fallout 4, The Division
  • Xbox One Gears of War Bundle: $349 + 3 Free Games
    Freebie: Quantum Break, Halo 5, Rainbow Six Siege



  • Xbox One Kinect Bundle: $279 (Refurbished) + 5 Free Games
  • Xbox One Quantum Break Bundle: $279 (New)
  • Xbox One Quantum Break Bundle + Seiki 42″ 4K UHDTV: $489 (New)

Dell Store Deals Breakdown

Update: The Dell deal with the Vizio is now sold out and the coupon is currently not working for the free controller bundle.

Dell Home is the place to find an Xbox One bundled with other accessories (or in this case, a 4K UHDTV). This week they have two noteworthy bundles which we’ve listed above. The first is a $600 bundle which includes: a 43-inch Vizio 4K Smart TV ($500 list price); the Xbox One Quantum Break Bundle ($300 value); and a Quantum Break controller Stand ($12.50 value).

If the TV bundle doesn’t catch your eyes, one of the best pick in this list in terms of price + must-have extra would be the “Name Your Game” Bundle for $299 along with an extra free Xbox One controller ($60 value). Note that both the TV and extra controller bundle will require you to use a Dell promo code during checkout, which we’ve listed above and is also shown on the Dell product page before you checkout.

eBay Deals Breakdown

The absolute cheapest bundle actually lives on eBay from authorized retailers. Don’t want an extra controller, free game, or a HDTV — because what you’ve got is way better? You can pick up the Xbox One Quantum Break bundle for only $279 from Antonline. This deal comes with full warranty and has sales tax limited to only California and Georgia.


Or if you don’t mind going certified refurbished (which comes in a retail Microsoft box with warranty), there is a $279 Xbox One + Kinect bundle with five free games: Forza 5, Sunset Overdrive, Ryse Son of Rome, Kinect Sports Rivals, and Halo 5: Guardians Limited Edition (comes in a Steel book case). In terms of value, this would definitely be the best bang for your buck. Finally, Antonline is doing an “us-too” deal with an Xbox One bundling with a Seiki 42″ 4K UHDTV for $489 (now sold out). This is about $110 cheaper than the Dell Vizio deal above, which has now sold out.

Microsoft Store Xbox One Deals Breakdown

While the PS4 is still being sold for its original list price, the Microsoft Store is running its own promotion in April with a $50 discount. You’ll find a number of Xbox One 500GB bundles are now only $299, while the more coveted 1TB models are $349. On top of that Microsoft is throwing in additional bonuses. When you buy this week the Microsoft Store is tossing in a free Ubisoft game of your choice. There are 5 titles to choose from: Watch Dogs, The Crew, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Just Dance 2016, or Just Dance: Disney Party 2.

Included on the list above is the brand new Xbox One Spring Bundle, released just this month in April. This bundle is the best on the list if you’re looking for the most collection of games to go with your machine. The Spring bundle is the exact same thing as the 2015 Holiday Bundle, except you now also receive a free copy of Halo 5: Guardians. That means you get Halo 5, Ori and the Blind Forest, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, and Rare Replay (30 games in 1) — not to mention an additional bonus Ubisoft title.

Which One is the Best Xbox One Bundle Deal?

Taken in tandem you’ll notice that finding an off-season Xbox One deal isn’t impossible. But which should receive your hard earned dollars? We think this depends deeply on what you’re interested in. If you want the absolute cheapest option, we’ll go with either the $279 new unit, or the $279 refurbished unit (with a bunch of games and Kinect).

If you know you’ll be playing co-op titles and need an extra controller, pick up the for $299 unit from Dell (update: coupon no longer works on this deal from Dell). If you want new bundles, take a look at what Microsoft Store is offering with the $50 off and free Ubisoft title. Whichever bundle you end up going with, all of them are excellent deals when compared to what you’ll find at your nearby brick and mortar.

None of these strike your fancy? Check back in a few months time as Microsoft may just be announcing new Xbox One hardware at E3 2016 later this year.

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