Remember those $299 Xbox One console bundles that Microsoft offered as a way to boost sales over the holiday shopping season? It’s back thanks to this week’s Xbox Spring Sale. What’s more, Microsoft isn’t sticking to just the $299 bundle. It’s also slicing some off its more expensive Xbox One bundles.
Microsoft kicked off the hardware portion of the Xbox Spring Sale yesterday at retailers and online. Every Xbox One console that only cost $349 before, is now $299. The Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Lego: The Movie Video Game and the Name Your Game Bundle are all $299. The Rainbow Six Siege, The Division, Quantum Break and Xbox One + Kinect Bundles are all $349. The Xbox One Elite Bundle is officially just $449, down from its original $499 price tag. All of these are available at the Microsoft Store, Amazon and more. The difference in pricing is only due to storage. The more expensive bundles come with 1TB of storage, double what the original Xbox One comes with.
Tomorrow, the company plans on unveiling some digital game download deals to go along with these cheaper console bundles. For those, users will need an Xbox Live Gold account to get the most savings. Don’t worry, we’ll bring you news of anything worth picking up.
The Xbox Spring Sale concludes on March 27th. If you’re in need of an Xbox One console, you best take advantage of these deals now.