Looking for a Xbox One S Battlefield 1 bundle deal for Cyber Monday? We’ve found four solid deals.
There’s three Xbox One S Battlefield 1 consoles this Cyber Monday to choose from, and a total of four really good deals popping up from three different retailers: The Microsoft Store, eBay Deals, and Walmart.
Maybe the most coveted bundle this season is the 1TB “Military Green” Battlefield 1 Bundle. Normally it’s a $350 purchase, but for Cyber Monday nearly all retailers are charging only $299.99 and a few have bonuses on top of that. On eBay Deals you’ll find the 1TB console bundle with a bonus $50 eBay Gift Card. In close competition, and arguably a better deal, is the Microsoft Store’s Xbox One S bundle with the same $299 price (actually $1 cheaper), a $25 bonus Gift Card, AND a free game of your choice from a list of 11 games including title like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and Far Cry: Primal.
Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle Deals
- Xbox One S 1TB Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle + Free Game + $25 Gift Code: $299
- Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle + Free Game + $25 Gift Code: $249
- Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Storm Grey Bundle + 4K Movie + $20 Gift Card: $249.99
Xbox One S 1TB Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle + $50 Gift Card: $299.99
There are two options for the 500GB Battlefield 1 Xbox One bundles: White or “Storm Grey”. The White bundle is sold at most retailers, but you can still find it at the Microsoft Store where you get a reduced price of $249 ($50 cheaper than the 1TB Green console), plus a $25 Gift Card, and a free game of your choice.
If you want the “Storm Grey” console, the Microsoft Store ran out of stock during Black Friday and no longer offers it. Thankfully, Walmart still has the Storm Grey Xbox One S Battlefield 1 console. Matching the $249 price drop, the Xbox One S Bundle at Walmart also includes a free 4K movie plus a $20 Walmart Gift Card.
For those wondering if there are any differences on the “Storm Grey” and Military Green version of Xbox One S compared to the white model… the easy answer is: no.
Its a cosmetic change, so at the end it really depends on which color option you prefer (along with the accompanied controller). That being said, if you’ll be picking up another Xbox One Wireless controller and color matching is a concern – picking the white bundle is probably the best bet.
At the same time, if you need a 1TB system – the military green version is really the only way to go. Note that for either the 1TB or 500GB system, the bundle includes 1 free month of EA access, whereas other bundles will not include this freebie. This essentially opens up the whole library of EA Access to you for a month of extra “free games.”