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If you've made it this far without picking up a new Xbox, you're in a great position to grab a bargain now as we're officially in Black Friday deals week now and we're seeing new bundles every day now. So if you want a cheap console bundle with a few free games, now is the time to check out the latest offers.
We're guaranteed to see some of the best prices yet on the Xbox One S and the 4K powerhouse that is the Xbox One X in the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales and let's face it, there's not long to wait now and the savings
could will be huge. Easily enough to pick up an extra game or two with the money you'd save over buying a few weeks ago.
How do we know? Well, not only has our team of deal hunters been covering Black Friday and Cyber Monday for years now - not to mention every Amazon Prime Day sale - but we round up the latest Xbox One prices every week.
So we know how good, or how bad prices are throughout the year. That means if we say a deal is fantastic value around the Black Friday shopping season, it's because we know it's a fantastic deal.
The latest Xbox One S deals
1TB Xbox One S | Forza Horizon 4 | £199.99 at ShopTo's ebay
This 1TB Xbox One S deal comes with a download code for Forza Horizon 4, the latest entry in the hit open-world racing franchise. this time we're swapping the lush jungles, beaches and sunshine of Australia for... Scotland. Prepare for rain. This is £50 cheaper than recent times.
1TB Xbox One S | Minecraft | £179 at ShopTo's ebay
Even if you don't want Minecraft, this is an excellent price for an Xbox One S, even more so as it's a 1TB version. And don't forget the Xbox One S is also one of the cheapest 4K Blu-ray players on the market too. A double win, especially if you're looking out for a cheap 4K TV soon too.
1TB Xbox One S | Battlefield V | £199.99 at ShopTo's ebay
Battlefield V is shaping up to be one of the season's hottest games and a must for multiplayer fans. Following on from Battlefield 1 and WWI, the action moves into WWII this time around which makes for some seriously intense action that seems to favour accuracy over spray-and-pray tactics of modern military-shooters. And unlike this year's Call of Duty, you get a proper campaign mode for solo fans.
1TB Xbox One S | 2 controllers | £249.99 at Argos
Big fan of local multiplayer? Then this deal could be for you as it comes with two controllers. Both are the official wireless ones too, so you don't have to give your friend a dodgy knock-off. Also available at Amazon for the same price.
1TB Xbox One S | 3 months XBLG and Game Pass | £249 at AO.com
There's also a fantastic Xbox One deal going on the larger 1TB version of the console as you're also getting three months of Xbox Live Gold and access to the Game Pass too, Microsoft's Netflix-esque service for games.
The latest Xbox One X deals
Xbox One X | Forza Horizon 4 | Forza 7 | £429.99 at Amazon
You're totally covered if you're a racing fan with this Xbox One X bundle. You're getting the brand new Forza Horizon 4 for your open world racing kicks. Then, when you feel a bit more orderly, you can take your skills to the tracks with Forza Motorsport 7. Both look incredible on the Xbox One X too.
Xbox One X Gold Rush Edition with Battlefield V £449.99 at Amazon
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.
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. And it's out now, so get out there and explore the Wastelands of Fallout with your friends for the first time!
Black Xbox One X | Fallout 76 | £449.99 at Amazon
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.
The best black Friday Xbox One game deals
It's been quite a year for Xbox One games. Titles such as Forza Horizon 4, Call of Duty Black Ops 4, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Assassin's Creed Odyssey have stormed the gaming charts, but with each game costing at least £40 - the price of building your library quickly starts to add up.
That's what makes Black Friday Xbox One game deals so important. It's a chance to get these titles on offer, as retailers typically shift their old stock just before Christmas to make room for new products.
So, If you're looking to grab some discounted Xbox One games to add to your library (or even as a Christmas present), keep an eye on this page as we'll be constantly updating it in order to help you find the right deals, and the best methods of bagging bargain Xbox One games this Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Forza Horizon 4
Race through the heart of Britain in the latest stunning addition to the Forza Horizon franchise. Forza Horizon 4 is an open-world toy box full of exotic cars and beautiful scenery which introduces online play and season changes for the first time in the series. It's most definitely a game for racing fans and non-racing fans alike.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's new Blackout mode has proved to be a surprising contender for Fortnite's Battle Royale throne, breathing new life into this year's most popular genre. Though there's no single-player mode, Black Ops 4 has plenty of content to keep you busy including the aforementioned Blackout mode, as well as the return of Zombies and Multiplayer.
Sea of Thieves
Sea of Thieves made a huge splash when it launched earlier this year, giving players the chance to live out their swashbuckling pirate dreams and sail the ocean blue with a crew of their very own. The open-world adventure has had a few big content updates since then, adding undead crews and natural disasters to contend with. Definitely one to play with friends.
Red Dead Redemption 2
Red Dead Redemption 2 may have released at the tail end of 2018, but it's already being called the game of the year. The Wild West open-world sequel sees you taking on the role of outlaw Arthur Morgan, a gunslinger in the infamous Dutch Can Der Linde gang. Contribute to the camp, rob trains, hunt and much much more in one of the most expansive and immersive game worlds to date. If you haven't already got your hands on it then Black Friday could well be the perfect opportunity.
When can I get the best Black Friday Xbox One deals?
Well, if you're looking to hit the sales hard on Black Friday itself, that'll be Friday November 23rd. But, that's not the only day to get a great deal, not by a long shot. Retailers get the ball rolling earlier every year, so much so we were seeing competitive deals from the beginning of November last year.
Amazon stepped things up on the discounts a few weeks later with a full week of Black Friday deals starting on the Monday, with fresh deals every day until Black Friday itself at the end of the week, with even more deals coming in over the weekend and Cyber Monday.
What about Cyber Monday Xbox One deals?
While the UK has well and truly adopted Black Friday, Cyber Monday - which is always the Monday following Black Friday, November 26 this year - hasn't taken off in the same way. Cyber Monday is arguably bigger than Black Friday over in the US, but that's not been the case here in the UK.
The best deals of the weekend bonanza are generally saved for the Friday, if not a few days before if retailers are getting nervous about the competition. So if you see an Xbox One bundle you really like on Black Friday, we seriously wouldn't risk holding out for something better on Cyber Monday, as it's more than likely you'll leave disappointed.
Where are the best Black Friday Xbox One deals?
Well, if you want to save yourself the bother of checking every retailer several times a day to see if they've added any fresh Black Friday Xbox One deals then we'd advise you bookmark this very page as we'll be updating it with the latest bundles throughout the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales period. We'll compare the prices to other offers, tell you exactly what's included in a bundle and provide a link straight to it at the retailer's store.
We expect there to be a lot of competition this year here in the UK, perhaps more than ever before, as lots of different retailers vie for your hard-earned cash. The familiar retail giants will be out in force with some excellent Xbox One S deals and Xbox One X bundles.
Amazon will probably dominate and have the largest amount of stock to throw about. It might be beaten on raw value by some bundles at other retailers, but Amazon will have the largest variety of solid deals throughout November.
While we'd never advise hitting the high street stores on Black Friday (the deals are just plain awful compared to the online ones), Game's website will have some diamonds in the rough that'll we'll pick out from what's usually the home of some very overpriced bundles. Argos has had a strong 2018 so far and we expect the website to have some excellent special offers in the Black Friday sales. You'll be able to opt to pick them up from a local store if home delivery isn't ideal for you - your post person will really appreciate it too given the hell that awaits them in the Black Friday aftermath. Currys had a great selection of deals last year and it was rocking some of the best console deals out there during the first half of the summer with loads of games thrown in for the same price other stores were charging for a console with one digital game.
Those are the big fish though. Don't worry, we'll be keeping our eyes on smaller sites too as we know they've got form for busting out the big guns on Black Friday. Zavvi seemed hell bent on diving well under the £200-mark with Xbox One S deals last year and we think it'll be one of this year's dark horses once again.
We seriously miss Tesco Direct, which shut down earlier this year, as the special offer stacking at the site made the console deals amongst the very best in the land - and also probably battered its profit margins giving it another reason just shut it all down. That's why we're hopeful a site like AO.com is going to step up. AO has been an electronics specialists for a few years now, but it's only just started making an effort with gaming consoles this year and we've seen solid deals over the summer, so consider it as one to watch for sure.
Should I look out for the Xbox One S or Xbox One X?
There will be great deals on both, but let's take a quick look at which one might be best for you.
The Xbox One S, the slimmed down version of the original Xbox One is going to get insanely cheap. We've seen it with a game or two for around £230 in a few Amazon deals just after summer, it was sticking at around £250 over August with one game. And these prices have been for the 1TB version too, as it looks like Microsoft has phased out the smaller 500GB version (although don't be surprised to see some reappear as retailers move for a final clearance of them around the sales). So we're expecting prices to sink below £200, possibly even £150 with a game or two. Generally, we expect it to be cheaper than a PS4 Slim and certainly cheaper than any Black Friday Nintendo Switch deal.
If you're a fan of the best graphics you can get though, you'll be ignoring the Xbox One S deals in favour of some big discounts on the Xbox One X instead as it's been built to showcase games in 4K and HDR which is a must if you've got a modern 4K TV - if not, we're constantly on the lookout for cheap TV deals, too.
The Xbox One X came out just before Black Friday last year, giving it zero space for any discounts whatsoever. Meanwhile the PS4 Pro was at least £150 cheaper and thrashed it mercilessly into a corner until everyone frankly forgot it existed on Black Friday.
This year though, surely we'll have something to get excited about. For the vast majority of this year so far though, that hasn't been the case. The Xbox One X has generally still been £450 with one game as a mild improvement from the original £450 solo price. Occasionally we've seen Currys drop a deal with a few games out of nowhere for £399, but otherwise it's been grim out there. All while retailers have frankly struggled to keep the PS4 Pro in stock in both the UK and US.
Black Friday (and November in general) is a great excuse for Microsoft to pull its head from the sand and give us an excuse to get excited about Xbox One X bundles. We'd love to see it really go toe-to-toe with the PS4 Pro bundle prices, but given the Pro is £100 less at the worst of times and will be getting its own big discounts on Black Friday it's pretty unlikely. Sure the Xbox One X is technically more powerful, but most multi-platform games don't look that much better on the X, if at all and Sony's console is supported by a ridiculously rich collection of exclusive titles.
Anyway, in reality, with a healthy dose of optimism, let's cross our fingers for a £350 Xbox One X bundle with two or three game we've all got on our Christmas lists. We're talking anything from the likes of FIFA 19, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Forza Horizon 4, Battlefield V and so on.