Grab a ridiculously cheap Xbox One from Amazon Australia

Matt Sayer 14 February 2018 NEWS


Join the Xbox family for less than $220.

Amazon Australia might have a way to go before it dominates the market as thoroughly as its American counterpart, but if the online juggernaut's latest deal is anything to go by, it's definitely heading in the right direction.

From today, Amazon is clearing out 1TB Minecraft Xbox One S bundles for a measly $219.98. The bundle includes a Minecraft-patterned Xbox One S console and controller along with a download code for Minecraft, just in case you don't already own 50 copies of it. It also comes with free delivery, so there are no hidden shipping costs to worry about.

For reference, a regular 1TB Xbox One S retails for $399, making this deal utterly ludicrous. Odds are it's simply a case of clearing excess stock, but whatever the reason behind this massive price drop, it's an opportunity too good to pass up for anyone in the market for an Xbox One. Even if you don't care for Minecraft, you could just tuck the console into your entertainment centre and never have to see its custom designs.

To take advantage of this frankly absurd deal, just click on the button below:

Grab the Xbox One S 1TB Minecraft bundle

Grab the Xbox One S 1TB Minecraft bundle from Amazon AU

Featuring a custom-designed console and controller, the 1TB Xbox One S Minecraft bundle is a perfect gift for fans of the blocky build 'em up.

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