UPDATE: Microsoft is offering the best bundles at the moment by a long margin, with either the 500GB or 1TB models coming with a very impressive collection of four games, two of which are the new Call of Duty and Assassin's Creed.
With the recent unveiling of the Xbox One X, the Xbox One S has seen some impressive price drops and bundle deals with Microsoft going all out to pump up the pressure on its rivals. It was already often the cheapest console of the current generation, but with some of these savings and bundles, the price seems right.
At this point it's probably wiser to buy a bundle as some of them can come in cheaper than the standalone consoles themselves, so be sure to scroll down the page and check out our hand-picked list.
If you're happy to wait out a bit, there's a chance you'll be able to snatch up a bargain during Australia's Black Friday sales.
Xbox One S deals
At once more elegant and more powerful, the slimmed-down design of the Xbox One S ditches the external power brick and chunky looks of the original Xbox One. More importantly, it comes kitted out with 4K visual support meaning you'll be able to watch specialised Blu-Ray and Netflix content in 4K. To in real time, check out our pick below, or visit our sister site .
The best Xbox One bundle deals this week
Microsoft Xbox One S 500GB with Star Wars Battlefront II and Assassin's Creed Origins ($279): If you're not after a 1TB console and Rainbow Six Siege (deal below), then you can save yourself $90 and get yourself the two latest smash hits along with an Xbox One S for under $300! Get this Xbox One S 500GB bundle for only $279 at Harvey Norman.
Microsoft Xbox One S 1TB with Star Wars Battlefront II, Assassin's Creed Origins and Rainbow Six Siege ($369): This is an exceptional bundle for those keen on getting their hands on the latest entries in the Star Wars Battlefront series and the Assassin's Creed saga. You can grab these bundled with the extra-storage Xbox One S console from Microsoft right now and also score yourself Rainbow Six Siege, which still has a flourishing online community and is still being updated despite releasing almost two years ago. You can get this excellent Xbox One S 1TB bundle for only $369.