News has confirmed that several retailers will be offering a $50 discount on the Xbox One S this coming Black Friday. Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, Programming Director for the Microsoft Gaming Network Xbox Live, confirmed the discount on the Xbox One S gaming systems in the days preceding up to the big annual shopping event. Black Friday, which spans from November 20 to 23, will roll out the Xbox One S consoles of "Battlefield 1" and "Gears of War 4" from $350 to $300. Other 1 TB Xbox One bundle that will also be discounted will include the ones themed around the American football video game, "Madden NFL '17," and the fps video game, "Halo."
Xbox One S and all of its games will be having discounts!
At the beginning of Thanksgiving Day on November 24, several retailers across the United States will be offering the Xbox One S at only $300, and this deal will be including "Battlefield 1" and some bundles of the sandbox video game, "Minecraft." As per report, the promo will be limited until November 28 only. Additionally, Microsoft also announced the confirmation that "Gears of War 4" will also be having a discount of $35 on several retailers on Black Friday up until Cyber Monday, November 28, while the action-adventure video game, Recore is going to be discounted to only $20.
Some love for Xbox Live Gold Subscribers
Xbox Live Gold subscribers will also be getting a dose of the Black Friday Sale craze. Microsoft has also claimed that more than 250 offers will be available, ranging from movies, TV shows, and of course, games. The big sale intended for Xbox Live Gold members will start on November 18.
Black Friday and Thanksgiving will be huge for Xbox gamers
With that being the case, as the Black Friday and Thanksgiving Sales will be varied between retailers, gamers are advised to check out xbox.com, local Microsoft Stores, microsoftstore.com or their local retailer for more details on the specific pricing and availability. Keep in mind that these deals will apply not only on in-store purchases but for online, too, as well as major participating retailers in the United States, according to reports.