With its impressive performance and support for 4K and HDR content, the Xbox One X is the go-to console for anyone who wants the highest-fidelity console gaming experience currently on the market. Though Microsoft’s Project Scarlett is looming on the horizon, the Xbox One ecosystem is vast and robust, with tons of games to enjoy. If you invested in a 4K TV recently, the console will provide a terrific, hi-res gaming experience on the big screen. And if you don’t have a 4K television, the Xbox One S is still Microsoft’s affordable option for standard HDTVs.
Both Xbox consoles have a great library of titles (including hundreds of Xbox 360 and original Xbox games), 4K Blu-ray playing capabilities, and support for all your favorite streaming services. Below are some of our favorite Xbox One S and One X console deals and bundles, along with some games and accessories you should try. Additionally, if you’re committed to a digital-only lifestyle, Microsoft is now offering a $248 digital-only version of the Xbox One S that lacks a Blu-ray drive but will save you a some cash.
Updated for summer 2019: We have refreshed this guide, adding the latest bundles and deals, and removing deals that have sadly passed.
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Xbox One X Deals
There are finally some regular deals on the Xbox One X (8/10, WIRED Recommends. If you were holding off, it’s a great time to take the plunge into the 4K HDR gaming world.
Xbox One S Deals
If you don’t own a 4K television set, the Xbox One S is probably best for you.
Xbox One S Starter Bundle for $268 ($32 off): This bundle comes with three free months of Xbox Live, which lets you enjoy multiplayer games online, and Xbox GamePass, a subscription that gives you a big collection of free games to play each month.
Xbox One S Minecraft Creators Bundle for $215 ($85 off): This bundle includes a white Xbox One S, a copy of Minecraft and its Creator Pack, 1,000 Minecoins, and some trials for Xbox Live and Game Pass subscriptions.
Xbox One S Fortnite Battle Royale Special Edition for $249 ($51 off): Yes, Fortnite is a free game, but this comes with a bunch of in-game currency, some exclusive skins, and a snazzy purple paint job.
Xbox One S Minecraft Edition for $350 ($50 off): This Xbox One S comes painted to look like it’s in the world of Minecraft.
Xbox One S (500 GB) + Extra Controller + 3 Games for $318: This bundle is white and comes with Halo 5, Recore, and Forza 6. The downside is, it’s an older Xbox One S model and has only 500 GB of file storage, or about half a regular console. If you tend to buy physical games, it’s a great buy.
Xbox Deals at Each Retailer (for Browsing)
There are a lot of Xbox bundles and deals around, and sometimes we don’t have the ability to list them all. To check for the latest at your store of choice, click the links below.
Xbox One Games Worth Trying
This is not a comprehensive list by any stretch, but these are a few of our favorite Xbox games. If you’re looking for some great games to play, this list is a good place to start.
Xbox One Essentials You’ll Want
While you’re shopping for a new console, these extras may be of use.
Headset: Read our Best Plug-In Gaming Headsets and Best Wireless Gaming Headsets for headset recommendations for Xbox One. The Turtle Beach Stealth 600 wireless headset ($90) is a stellar accessory to pick up. If you have the money, our favorite headset is the SteelSeries Arctis 9X ($200)
Extra Storage: Finally, we recommend grabbing an external 2-terabyte USB hard drive ($80) if you need more space for your collection of games.
That’s it for now! We’ll update this list as we discover new deals.