Last month’s big Xbox One S console announcement at E3 really means it’s time for the big box retailers to rid themselves of their current stock of Xbox One Bundles from late 2015 and early 2016. We’re seeing Xbox One deals now besting Black Friday 2015, which maybe in retrospect is what they’ll need to get those old console bundles sold off before the new Xbox One S console’s impending August debut.
Most retailers have the same price points on all Xbox One console bundles with drops to $299 for 1TB bundles and $279 for most 500GB bundles. The best place to shop during this 4th of July holiday weekend will actually be at the Microsoft Store. There, you’ll find the discount prices plus three huge bonuses – a free wireless controller (for a total count of two), a $50 gift code, plus a free Ubisoft game of your choice.
Bundles with Free Controller + $50 Gift Code + Free Game
Xbox One 1TB Spring Bundle: $299
- Xbox One 1TB The Division Bundle: $299
- Xbox One 1TB Rainbow Six Siege Bundle: $299
- Xbox One GOW: Ultimate Bundle: $279
- Xbox One Quantum Break Bundle: $279
Note: These deals above also includes a free Ubisoft game of your choice from a selection of five titles (more on that below). The free controller and $50 Microsoft gift code will automatically add to your shopping cart during checkout. This offer from Microsoft Store will expire in July 17 before midnight, or while supplies last. As of writing, the Xbox One Elite bundle is now sold out.
Dirt Cheap Xbox One Bundles
- Xbox One Kinect Bundle: $229
- Xbox One Console + Ryse: Son of Rome & Sunset Overdrive (Refurbished): $219.99
The free Ubisoft game you get is your choice from a list of 5. You’ll see them pop-up when you take the Xbox One console to checkout. At checkout, you can select between Assassin’s Creed Unity, The Crew, Watch Dogs, Just Dance 2016, or Just Dance: Disney Party 2. The controller is automatically added to cart and shows up in checkout as free.
As we eluded to earlier, these current Xbox One deal beats Black Friday’s best offer from Microsoft Store. Back then the Xbox One consoles were selling for $300 for a 500GB unit and $350 for a 1TB unit. For the promotion at the time, Microsoft was throwing in a bonus $60 Gift Card and free Ubisoft game. Now you get the same games, a lowered price point, and a $60 bonus in the form of an Xbox One controller in addition to a $50 gift code that you can claim towards Xbox Live or Xbox Store