GAMERS should be rejoicing this Black Friday, as one of the hot game consoles of the generation is now at what might be its lowest-ever price.
Eager buyers might have already noticed that the Xbox Series S was available was for less than £200 – and now the Xbox Series X, the upgraded version of the system, will cost you less than ever before.
The Xbox Series X is built for gaming at high framerates and high resolutions, meaning you can get the most out of the latest 120hz OLED TVs.
While the Series X would usually set buyers back at least £449.99, it is now available for just £429.99, with further discounts available if you add on a controller or an Xbox Game Pass subscription at Very.
This excellent bargain is available at Very and Smyths.
Black Friday Deals: Xbox Series X
Very members regularly get discount codes sent in the mail – if you’re already a member, make sure to check your recent post to see if you can save even more money on this brilliant bargain.
If you’re not a Very member, you can still get the same deal from Smyths, securing a new console for just £429.99.
Meanwhile, Argos is still selling the console at full price, but does have some bundle deals available for buyers looking to get a headset with their new console.
Currys, however, doesn’t have any deals or bargains this Black Friday, while Amazon doesn’t have new systems currently in stock.
If you’re looking to buy a new controller for multiplayer gaming, Smyths still has the best deal available, selling controllers for just £34.99.
If you’re looking to buy a PS5 console this year, take a look at our list of the best PS5 console bundle deals.
Written by Dave Aubrey on behalf of GLHF.
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