If you missed out on last month's Black Friday Xbox Series X deals but were hoping to pick up one of Microsoft’s powerful current-generation consoles for the holidays, then you might just be in luck. The price of the console has been slashed once again and you can currently pick up the current-gen machine for just $349 at Walmart.
First things first, $349 is a phenomenal deal. At $150 off the usual $499.99 price, that’s a saving of about 30%, which is even better than some of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounts we saw this year.
If you've wanted a new Xbox console for yourself or as a gift before the holidays then this is your best bet - and it's at an incredible price. We just don't know how long the price will be held at this low level so act quickly if you're keen!
Xbox Series X console: was
$499.99 now $349 at Walmart
Save $150 - If you’ve been looking to pick up Microsoft’s most powerful console to date, then this is an unmissable price. As well as being able to play all of the latest Xbox game releases, the Series X boasts lightning-fast loading times, with 4K resolution and up to 120 frames per second available for supported games.
Not in the US but still on the lookout for the best Xbox Series X prices? Take a look at the best offers in your region below.
Note: We previously reported on the console being discounted at Target for one day only earlier this week. However that deal has ended and we have updated this story accordingly with the next best offer.
Looking for some fantastic game recommendations? Be sure to check out our list of the best Xbox Series X games. You can enhance your gaming experience even further with our recommendations for the best Xbox controllers.
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