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Xbox Series X gets hefty price cut, but you don't have forever

Xbox Series X gets hefty price cut, but you don't have forever

You can make a big saving on an Xbox Series X

During this current cost-of-living crisis, we’ve got to save money however we can and spend it wisely. Yet, it’s also massively important to maintain positive mental health and a great way to keep our spirits up is being immersed in our favourite video games.

That being said, keeping up with the cost of our favourite hobbies is never easy and modern video game consoles are no exception. At the full RRP, an Xbox Series X can cost up to $499/£499, whereas the PlayStation 5 can cost $499/£479.

Check out our Xbox Series X deepdive video below!

Thankfully, as long as you’re patient, you can save money on new-gen consoles with various sales at retailers even outside massive promotions such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. One such discount is for the Xbox Series X in the US via retailer, Walmart.

Walmart is offering the Xbox Series X for $448, reduced from $499, giving you a nice discount of $51. The standard bundle offers you just about everything you need to get started including all the necessary cables and one controller.

Unfortunately, as this is a standard console it doesn't come bundled with a free video game. That being said, seeing as you’re making a saving of $51, it should be enough to pick out a decent standalone game of your choosing.

This offer is of course only in the US but if you’re after a little saving in the UK, then we’ve got you covered too. Courtesy of Idealo, this retailer is selling a brand new Xbox Series X for just £390, giving you a hefty price cut of £109.

Of course, it’s worth keeping in mind that discounts never last forever and neither does stock. So if you wanted an Xbox Series X console right now, it might be wise to act fast to avoid missing out.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Microsoft, Xbox, Xbox Series X, PlayStation