Microsoft announced a price cut on all Xbox One and Xbox One S units bringing the price of the console down to $250. The temporary price drop is ongoing until Feb. 25. Microsoft’s console price slash matches Sony’s temporary PS4 discounted price of $250 that started on Feb. 12 and also runs until Feb. 25.
When Sony announced a price slash on its flagship console to $250, it was only a matter of time before Microsoft follow suit as the company had done so in the past. The Xbox One price cut will be good on all Xbox One and Xbox One S bundles, this also includes the 1 TB Xbox One S Halo Wars 2 which has just been launched. The list price for the new bundle is $350 but with the ongoing price drop, it only costs $300 for a limited time. The bundle comes with a copy of the Halo Wars Limited Edition. The edition is unlocked ahead of the sequel’s official release which is on February 21.
Many other Xbox One bundles are available, this includes the 500 GB Battlefield 1 system and a one-month subscription to EA Access. This bundle is normally priced at $300 but only cost $250 now because of the sale. The price cut on all Xbox One models is available in all major retailers across the United States including Amazon, Target, Best Buy, GameStop, Walmart and Microsoft Store. Xbox One deals are also at eBay. Xbox One S Minecraft bundle are now selling for only $200 on eBay as reported by GameSpot.
In addition to the price drop, if purchased at the Microsoft Store, they are tossing in a free game of your choice on top of the discount. At checkout, customers get to choose one free game. The selections include Watch Dogs, Hasbro Family Fun Pack, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, The Crew and Just Dance 2016 as published by Destructoid.