The best Xbox One X prices, bundles and deals in September 2018: where to buy the 4K Xbox

Xbox One X deals and bundles

4K-hungry gamers looking for the most powerful console ever made have have been keen to pick up Xbox One X bundles since release. Prices have been quite high if you're not sure where to look though. That's where we come in as our dedicated team of Deal Hunters cut through the chaff to bring you only the very best Xbox One X deals.

In this article you'll find a comparison chart with the lowest prices on where to buy the 4K HDR Xbox One X console from a wide range of the best retailers. After the comparison chart we've put together a collection of the latest bundles in the States and UK. These Xbox One X bundles will save you money over buying the items separately. There's not always a massive choice (especially in the US), but we're all set to pounce on any new Xbox One X deals when they come online, so feel free to bookmark us if nothing takes your fancy today.

If you're after information on the latest Australian deals, head over to our Australian page.

The best Xbox One X prices

Xbox One X bundles (USA)

US Xbox One X bundles are not particularly fantastic right now. Sure there are some 'bundles' out there, but we're going to avoid showing you ones where they cost more than buying the games separately on their own.

Xbox One X | $449.95 at Walmart
You can currently save $50 on the price of an Xbox One which is the best price we've seen the 4K console go for in what has been a poor few months for discounts in the US.
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Xbox One X | NBA 2K19 | $499 at Walmart
NBA 2K19 continues to dominate the baller scene in gaming with its latest release ahead of the NBA season commencing in October. At $60 when sold separately this Xbox One X bundle is the way to go. Needless to say, the series has never looked better.
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Xbox One X | Shadow of the Tomb Raider | $499 at Microsoft
The Tomb Raider series has always been a looker, but it's better than ever before on the Xbox One X. With many stores still charging $499 for the console alone, this bundled in digital copy is well worth a look.
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White or black Xbox One X | Fallout 76 | $499 at Microsoft
This is the first time Microsoft has released the Xbox One X in white (looks a bit like the Xbox One S to us). Not that we're complaining when it comes with a free digital copy of Fallout 76. It's also available in black for the same price. Either way, you'll have to wait for the November 16 release date to escape the Vault and explore the wastelands once again.
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Xbox Box One X bundles (UK)

Xbox One X | Forza Horizon 4 | Forza 7 | £449 at AO.com
Well, this is about the most ideal Xbox One X bundle for racing fans as you can get. Forza Horizon 4 is the latest in the open-world racing series that adds a little arcade flair to the action. Whereas Forza 7 keeps the action on tracks for a more sim-friendly (but still very approachable) take. Seeing as the console alone is still £449 at many stores, you're essentially getting both games free here.
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Xbox One X | Shadow of the Tomb Raider | £449.99 at Microsoft
Lara's latest adventure is one of the hottest games of the year and you're essentially getting it free with this Xbox One X bundle. If you're after the 4K HDR console, this is a gorgeous game to start with.
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Xbox One X Gold Rush Edition with Battlefield V £449.99 at Very
This upcoming limited edition Xbox One X bundle deal comes with a new style of console with a cool gold to black fade on top. Better yet it comes with a free copy of Battlefield V: Deluxe Edition which would set you back an eye-watering £70 if bought separately. If you're not too keen on the console colour, the regular black version is the same price at the Microsoft store.
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White Xbox One X | Fallout 76 | £449.99 at Microsoft
This is the first time a white Xbox One X has been made available and it comes with a full game download of Fallout 76. Sadly, that does mean you'll have to wait until November 17th to get your mitts on it.
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Black Xbox One X | Fallout 76 | £449.99 at Microsoft
If you prefer the original black version of the Xbox One X, the Fallout 76 bundle is available in that colour too. The white one looks a bit too similar to an Xbox One S for our liking in all honesty. Or maybe it all boils down to wanting a black or white controller.
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Xbox One X | Sea of Thieves | £449 at AO.com
Sea of Thieves is finally here after many years in development and it's turned out to be an enormously fun multiplayer title. You and your fellow pirates will take to the high seas, attack other ships and pillage your way through islands searching for buried treasure.
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What is the Xbox One X price?

You might want to sit down for this one. The Xbox One X costs $499 in the US. UK gamers can expect to get their currency converters in a twist again, as you're paying £449 instead of the direct conversion of around £390. Naturally, these prices don't include any games, unless a retailer is feeling generous.

Why should I buy an Xbox One X?

Just to be clear, this is not what you'd call a 'next-gen' console. Instead it's a powerful upgrade over the current Xbox One lineup. To simplify things, it's akin to Sony's PS4 Pro. Both consoles are aimed at gamers with a 4K HDR TV who want the best graphical performance possible on their favored console. There will be modest performance boosts on non-4K TVs too, but you're kind of missing the point without a 4K HDR TV.

As things stand the Xbox One X will play all Xbox One games and we're not expecting to see any games released exclusively for the Xbox One X (or so we've been told), so there's certainly no reason to throw away your Xbox One S yet.

The Xbox One X is the most powerful console ever made though, even outshining some of the specs of the PS4 Pro. But given the huge asking price, you'd hope as much. The Xbox One X is making bold claims about true native 4K gaming though with its upcoming titles and if you have a 4K TV with High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, the Xbox One X is ready to seriously impress with the likes of Forza Motorsport 7, Metro: Exodus and Anthem set to be true jaw-droppers in the graphics department.

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Where can I buy an Xbox One X?

Most of the usual big name retailers are stocking the Xbox One X. Prices this close to launch are all very similar for now, but as we move forwards, we'll start to see stores chipping away at the price to try to get an edge over the competition. 

Keep an eye on the highlighted Xbox One X bundles above and our comparison chart, which we'll keep up to date on the latest prices for the Xbox One X on its own. So feel free to bookmark us and check in again soon to see if we've found the deal that's right for you. Fingers crossed the bundles get better soon, especially in the US where we're not seeing massive software discounts so far.

What is the Xbox One X release date?

It's here now! The Xbox One X came out on November 7 2017. That was a worldwide release date too. It's a solid time of year to cash in on the Christmas shopping season.

Will there be Xbox One X deals are Christmas?

We wouldn't expect many (if any) discounts on the hardware to be honest. At best you might get a game or two thrown in for free or cheaper than buying them separately.

If the Xbox One X is in short supply though, don't expect retailers to want to discount anything. It's more likely they'll add multiple games to a bundle and sell it at full RRP. Don't believe us? Have you tried to find a decent Nintendo Switch deal lately? If you're after a massive bargain, we expect Sony to be tearing the price of the PS4 Pro deals to shreds to tempt gamers over to the blue team of 4K gaming.

What if I don't care about 4K or want to save money?

The standard Xbox One S is a fantastic games console and you'll easily be able to get one with a few games for around $250/£250 or less. There are cheap deals all year round on our Xbox One deals and PS4 deals pages.

Only kidding. I want 4K HDR in my face right now.

4K TVs with HDR are nowhere near as expensive as you'd think. The prices have come down much faster than the original HD TVs, so you can get a decent model for a low price. Hell we've seen some nice ones for less than the price of the Xbox One X itself (what a ridiculous world we live in). For the best of the best, take a look at our best TV article. UK gamers, we've also rounded up the best cheap 4K TV deals too.

How big is the hard drive in the Xbox One X?

For now, the only option available is the 1TB option, that's 1000GB of storage. There are no official plans for larger versions, but we wouldn't be surprised to see these come along in 2018. 

With some 4K-friendly update patches to games coming in at over 100GB, we certainly wouldn't hold out for a cheaper 500GB Xbox One X, as it'd be a bit pointless to be honest. 

We think gamers are going to fill up the 1TB Xbox One pretty soon. Thankfully the Xbox One X is compatible with external hard drives using USB 3.0. So if you need some extra storage, check out our list of the best external hard drives.