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The best Xbox One prices, bundles and sales in Australia (November 2020)

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UPDATE: Microsoft's Xbox Series X and Series S consoles have officially launched in Australia. While the pair are sold out almost everywhere, Telstra is offering each console as part of its Xbox All Access service. Find out more about it below!

We research the best Xbox One sales to bring you the best value bundle deals every week. We generally find opting for an Xbox One bundle instead of a console-only deal is a smart way to go as you'll most likely get more for your money, with extra games and accessories thrown in to sweeten the deal.

To make finding the best Xbox One bundle deal less tasking, we've scoured the internet for the lowest prices on bundles and best console deals and rounded them up here in one spot for you. 

As we stay indoors to self-isolate due to the threat of Covid-19, what better time to pick up a console and get stuck into some games? Below you will find the lowest prices in Australia for both the Xbox One S, Xbox One X and the newly released Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. Admittedly, it's getting tough to find consoles for sale at the moment, let alone great deals. That said, we're committed to bringing you the best Xbox One prices we can find during this difficult time. 

Xbox All Access

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Xbox All Access

As the new Xbox Series S and Series X consoles are coming up to their November 10 release date, Telstra is no longer offering the Xbox One S and One X as part of its Xbox All Access service.

Thankfully, the Aussie telco has announced that it will bring the upcoming Xbox Series S and Series X to its Xbox All Access program from launch day. Telstra's post-paid mobile or fixed broadband customers can now get an early heads up by pre-register their interest (opens in new tab) in receiving either next-gen console via Xbox All Access.

Pre-register for Xbox Series S or X

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Xbox Series S (Xbox All Access) | AU$33 p/m (24-month contract) – via Telstra (opens in new tab)

Telstra is now offering the Xbox Series S console with Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass For just AU$33 per month*. That means you'll get a brand new Xbox Series S console, the ability to play online and a constantly updated roster of over 100 games to choose from.

*Must be a Telstra mobile or broadband month-to-month customers. Price after first 24 months: AU$15.95 per month. Early termination charges apply.

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Xbox Series X (Xbox All Access) | AU$46 p/m (24-month contract) – via Telstra (opens in new tab)

Much like with the Series S, Telstra is now offering the more powerful Xbox Series X console as part of its Xbox All Access service. That means you'll get the Xbox Series X console with Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass For just AU$46 per month*.

*Must be a Telstra mobile or broadband month-to-month customers. Price after first 24 months: AU$15.95 per month. Early termination charges apply.

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Xbox One S deals

With the 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 on bundles and even Xbox One controllers, the price seems right. 

At this point it's probably wiser to buy a bundle and score some wicked Xbox One games along with the unit, as some of them can come in cheaper than the standalone consoles themselves.

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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition (1TB) (opens in new tab) | AU$349

It might be getting on in years, but the Xbox One S is still a great console for new gamers. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of deals around for consoles at the moment, with many retailers across Australia totally out of stock. That said, Microsoft is offering the all-digital version of Xbox One S for only AU$349 – that's with codes to download Sea of Thieves, Fortnite and Minecraft included, which is better than nothing.

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.

Xbox One X deals

Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be many Xbox One X deals available at the moment – even Microsoft's online store seems to be out of stock. There have even been reports that Microsoft may have discontinued the Xbox One X in the lead up to the release of Xbox Series X. That said, we expect some units will pop up from time to time. Keep an eye on this page for more One X stock as it becomes replenished.

Xbox Game Pass

Rather than spending hundreds of dollars on new games each month, the Xbox Game Pass service allows users to access a huge number of titles, including the latest first-party releases, for a very reasonable monthly fee. 

For just AU$10.95 per month, subscribers can choose from over 100 high-quality games to play on PC. Alternatively, users can opt for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just AU$15.95 per month, which gives members unlimited access to the service's games on both PC and Xbox One. Click on one of the links below to discover more about what Xbox Game Pass has to offer.

Games and peripherals deals

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FIFA 20 (Xbox One) (opens in new tab) | now AU$24
Missing 'The Beautiful Game' as much as we are during these uncertain times? Well, playing FIFA 20 on Xbox One just might be the next best thing, as it allows you to play on the world stage, along with on the street. Amazon has a fantastic deal on FIFA 20 at the moment, with the game now available to purchase for only AU$24 – that's 76% off the game's original RRP.

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Resident Evil 3 (Xbox One) (opens in new tab) | now AU$44
Following on from 2018's stellar Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom has given a fresh coat of paint to the next title in the classic horror series with a remake of Resident Evil 3. While we've heard the game is shorter than its predecessor, this AU$55 discount on the full RRP should make up for that. Buy the Xbox One version for only AU$44 from Amazon Australia.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 (Xbox One) (opens in new tab) | now AU$39
If you need a truly fantastic game to keep you occupied for a lengthy period of time, look no further than Rockstar's latest masterpiece, Red Dead Redemption 2. Right now, you can pick up a copy of the award-winning western title for Xbox One for only AU$39 from Amazon Australia.

Stephen Lambrechts
Stephen Lambrechts

Stephen primarily covers phones and entertainment for TechRadar's Australian team, and has written professionally across the categories of tech, film, television and gaming in both print and online for over a decade. He's obsessed with smartphones, televisions, consoles and gaming PCs, and has a deep-seated desire to consume all forms of media at the highest quality possible. 

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