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Xbox Series X cheaper than ever, but you'll have to move quick

Emma Flint

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Xbox Series X cheaper than ever, but you'll have to move quick

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We’re not saying it’s part of well planned damage control, but the Xbox Series X experiencing a pierce drop now, given all that’s been happening regarding Xbox, seems like a clever way to sell some units.

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This price drop also arrives at a time when Xbox Game Pass subscribers can relish a bonus freebie that gamers will definitely want in anticipation of Halo season two airing. Once again, we must emphasise that we’re not saying that Microsoft has carefully planned this, just that it’s intriguing how everything has lined up during a week from hell for the company.

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A lot of Xbox fans have been so infuriated by speculation that Xbox is becoming a multi-platform that they’ve sold their consoles in protest. Yet, while there are many saying good riddance to their consoles, others are looking to make that first purchase.

Luckily for those looking to spend, spend, spend, the amount of money you’ll need to drop is greatly reduced for the Xbox Series X. The price reduction is so great that this is the cheapest the console has been since its launch.

Currently, you can get an Xbox X for just $310 (I could give you the retail price in GBP, but suspect you won’t want to order from a US site and invoke harsh shipping fees). It’s a blinder of a bargain. However, there is a caveat to its cheapness: these are refurbished consoles.

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We’re not knocking purchasing refurbished items, especially when gaming tech is so expensive normally, however, we’re also aware that not everyone wants a refurbed product. For those doubtful of whether it's worth the investment, these are listed as “Grade A” refurbs, meaning they shouldn’t show many signs of use and are in fully working order.

Such a bargain is likely to be in demand despite the current video gaming climate, so make sure to check out this deal before it’s gone for good.


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Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Microsoft

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