You can pick up a brand new Xbox One S with a free game for less than $250 right now
Buying into the Xbox One ecosystem is now cheaper than ever.
If Santa got his wires crossed and gave you an X-shaped box for Christmas instead of the video game console you clearly asked for, never fear. Thanks to this year's impressive Boxing Day sales, you can make up for Saint Nick's mistake by picking up a 500GB Xbox One S along with a free game for less than $250, saving the holidays from being a dastardly case of crushing boredom.
By heading on over to Microsoft's eBay store, you'll find a variety of Xbox One bundles reduced by 30% or more, from the Assassin's Creed Origins bundle to the Middle-earth: Shadow of War bundle. You can then increase those discounts even further by applying the eBay promo code "PUNCH" at checkout to get an additional 10% off your purchase, bringing the 500GB bundles down to $242.10.
Given the calibre of the bundled games and the significant effort Microsoft has made over the last couple of years to catch up to the PS4's lead, this is a top-notch deal. If you're looking for a bit more storage space, the 1TB Xbox One S bundles are also on sale, with a final discounted price of $323.10 each.
We've rounded up all the bundles below, or you can browse for yourself over at Microsoft's eBay store.
|Bundle||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Xbox One S 500GB Minecraft bundle||$242.10||Go to site|
|Xbox One S 500GB Assassin's Creed Origins bundle||$242.10||Go to site|
|Xbox One S 500GB Shadow of War bundle||$242.10||Go to site|
|Xbox One S 500GB Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels Bundle||$242.10||Go to site|
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