Xbox One S price is $30 off, and a used model is $30 off that

With the Xbox One X on the way, prices of the Xbox One and Xbox One S aren’t going to stand stay high. For gamers who want to get most of the benefits of the Xbox One platform without spending a ton of money, the Xbox One S stands out as a value option for gamers, with great features for movie and TV lovers as well. 

Xbox One S 500GB - $249 after 11% discount

The Xbox One S is already cheap for a modern game console, coming in at a $279 base price. But shoppers can grab it for $30 less on Amazon. For a device that can play the whole lineup of Xbox One titles, stream 4K HDR content, and double as a 4K Blu-Ray player, that $249 is a great price.  And units sold and shipped by Amazon come with download codes for free copies of Ghost Recon Wildlands - Gold Edition, Forza Motorsport 6, Halo 5 and Recore. 

However, if $30 of list price isn’t enough, Amazon currently has used models listed in “Very Good” condition going for $219, though another $14 in shipping is still required. 

All in all, the discounts currently available on an Xbox One S with a 500GB hard drive are substantial. Considering that many 4K UHD Blu-ray players are close to $200 or more, the Xbox One S has a good price on that front alone. Add to that the ability to play and access loads of games, streaming 4K HDR content from your favorite streaming services, and the 500GB hard drive and Xbox One controller thrown into the package, and this is an almost unbeatable deal.

Used Xbox One wireless controller - $33

Gamers who want to snag an extra controller so they can play with friends on a new Xbox One S, or on the console they already one, can grab a used one for just $33 on Amazon right now. New Xbox One controllers can often be found going for $60, so opting for a used controller can save almost 50%, and Amazon has them listed as being in “Very Good” condition.

For gamers who have been waiting to jump into the current generation of consoles, these deals offer a great opportunity to do it. The only real reason to keep waiting is if the promise of serious 4K gaming on the Xbox One X has caught your attention