The cheapest Xbox game deals in July 2024

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The best Xbox game deals are a fantastic way to expand your Xbox game library without breaking the bank. With a huge variety of fantastic games spanning a wide range of genres available on both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, there's bound to be something to suit your personal preferences. To save you time trawling retailer websites, we've rounded up all the best offers on the best Xbox games all in one place. 

Even with the formidable success of Xbox Game Pass, the game subscription service doesn't offer access to everything available on the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. You might even prefer buying physical copies for your personal collection, especially since titles can sometimes disappear from the Xbox Game Pass library without much warning. 

In order to give yourself the best possible gaming experience, we also recommend picking up one of the best monitors for Xbox Series X or one of the best Xbox controllers too.

The best Xbox game deals in April

Starfield Standard Edition: $69.99 $37.99 at Amazon

Starfield Standard Edition: was $69.99 now $37.99 at Amazon
This is among the best prices we've ever seen for Starfield at Amazon. While this spacefaring adventure has proven to be a divisive one, there's still plenty of exploration, character progression and incredible ship building to enjoy here.

Price check: Walmart - $39.89

UK price: Argos - £57.99

EA Sports FC 24: $69.99 $24.99 at Best Buy

EA Sports FC 24: was $69.99 now $24.99 at Best Buy
At almost two-thirds off of retail price, this is an excellent deal for soccer/football fans to jump on if they've yet to purchase and play the latest entry in the annual sports franchise.

UK price: John Lewis - £21.99

Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth: $69.99 $45.45 at Amazon

Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth: was $69.99 now $45.45 at Amazon
Looking for a sprawling turn-based RPG packed with drama, humor and heart? The latest entry in the Yakuza/Like A Dragon franchise is easily among its best, with bags of compelling content, a superb story and moreish multi-class combat.

Price check: Target - $39.99

UK price: Currys - £28.99

Tekken 8: $69.99 $42.99 at Amazon

Tekken 8: was $69.99 now $42.99 at Amazon
This is the lowest price we've seen yet for Bandai Namco's explosive 3D fighting game. With recent balance changes and the EVO Japan tournament happening this month, it's an excellent time to dive in and start practicing combos with your favorite figthers.

Price check: Walmart - $43.11

UK price: Amazon - £37.95 (Launch Edition)

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown: $49.99 $31.23 at Amazon

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown: was $49.99 now $31.23 at Amazon
Ubisoft Montpellier's phenomenal metroidvania is down to an impressively low price at Amazon right now. If you need a smaller adventure to break up some larger games you've been playing recently, then few will scratch the itch better than this.

Price check: Target - $39.99

UK price: Amazon - £34.99

More of the best Xbox game deals in April

If the above deals don't suit your tastes, then rest assured there's always plenty more cheap Xbox game deals out there across several retailers. Check the widget below for the best prices available right now for a wide range of the best games available on Xbox consoles.

Where to find more cheap Xbox games

If the title you're after isn't featured above, you'll find plenty more cheap Xbox game deals available at a range of retailers, listed below.


  • Amazon: low prices and regular discounts on Game Pass
  • Microsoft: regular discounts on the full catalogue of digital games
  • Best Buy: big savings up for grabs and member only perks
  • Walmart: cheap prices but watch out for third party sellers
  • GameStop: wide selection with free shipping over $35


  • Amazon: frequently has the lowest price around
  • Microsoft: regular sales across the whole collection
  • Currys: a good selection and frequent discounts
  • Game: massive selection with rewards scheme available
  • Very: surprisingly good prices during sales event
  • Argos: same-day delivery available
  • The Game Collection: excellent prices across the site

The cheapest Xbox game deals in 2024 - FAQs

What are some of the best Xbox Series X games right now?

Some of the best Xbox Series X games you can play right now include Elden Ring, Cyberpunk 2077, Alan Wake 2, Forza Horizon 5, and Halo Infinite. While the console doesn't quite have the same list of exclusives as you'll find on competing hardware, there's still a great wealth to experience, especially if you're a Game Pass subscriber. 

How often do Xbox games go on sale?

Exclusive Xbox game sales are a little rarer than cross-platform titles, which are regularly on sale from around a month after release. You'll usually find some Xbox game deals hitting these first-party releases, but the discounts themselves won't be as steep. 

We usually see Xbox game deals popping up around big Microsoft releases and Xbox press conferences, during annual summer and holiday sales events, and after certain titles leave the Game Pass system.

How we choose the best Xbox game deals

We like to search for the best Xbox game deals across two key criteria. Firstly, we endeavor to hunt for recently-released games that are either receiving their first discount, or are currently listed at a particularly impressive price. The same then applies to the console's best games, which either remain popular to this day or are simply must-play titles for the system. 

We search across a range of online retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Walmart in the US, as well as Argos, Game, Very and Currys in the UK.

Rhys Wood
Hardware Editor

Rhys is TRG's Hardware Editor, and has been part of the TechRadar team for more than two years. Particularly passionate about high-quality third-party controllers and headsets, as well as the latest and greatest in fight sticks and VR, Rhys strives to provide easy-to-read, informative coverage on gaming hardware of all kinds. As for the games themselves, Rhys is especially keen on fighting and racing games, as well as soulslikes and RPGs.

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