Xbox Series S gets big price cuts on Black Friday in the UK
Xbox Series S The console received a hefty discount during the Black Friday sale. £189.99 at Amazon for both When smith toysWe’ve already seen the Xbox Series S drop significantly US price drops to at least $249 It’s the most retailer on the pond, and the UK isn’t too far behind to follow suit.
Comparing the prices of the new generation consoles right now, the Xbox Series X is £449, the PS5 (disc) £479 and the PS5 (digital) £389. And while it’s not new generation, the Nintendo Switch is still £249 and the Switch OLED is £319, so it’s definitely a competitor. The Xbox Series S is currently priced at £189.99, significantly cheaper than all of these consoles, and not by much.
Xbox Series S drops to £190 on Black Friday (UK)
At £189.99, £60 off the original list price, for a total of almost 25% off. At first glance, this looks like the perfect Black Friday purchase for any household. It also looks like the perfect gift for avid gamers who haven’t jumped on the Xbox Hype Train so far this year. Plus, if you need an extra controller, you’re running out of Xbox gamepads. Still only £34.99 (That’s £20 off).
Plus, it’s the perfect way to access all game pass action Inexpensive, it’s a win-win.But this deal is set to Expires by the end of Black Friday weekSo if you’re interested in the Xbox Series S, consider it now (See our review here).
Additionally, games like Starfield, Redfall, High on Life, Warhammer 40K: Darktide, Forza Motorsport, and Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl will drop on Xbox Series S from now through the end of 2023. All of them are available with Xbox Game Pass.
For more Black Friday deals, visit Roundup of our favorite Black Friday deals,Do not miss it PS Plus contract (There are additional discounts we found).
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