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Xbox one bundles from £179.99 + FREE games @ Microsoft Store

£179.99 @ Microsoft (Microsoft Store)
Xbox one bundles from £179.99 So bundles with extra games, for example: Xbox One Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Bundle £199.99 and Gears of War 4 added FREE at checkout. Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Xbox one bundles from £179.99

So bundles with extra games, for example:
Xbox One Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Bundle £199.99 and Gears of War 4 added FREE at checkout.
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#1
Where
#2
Did you see this on HotUK deals and post it back onto here? :{
1 Like #3
15 quid cashback on Quidco too.
#4
mymymy
Where
Microsoft Store https://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msuk/en_GB/list/Xbox-One-Bundle-Offer/categoryID.4805773400

Packman786
Did you see this on HotUK deals and post it back onto here? :{
No
#5
#6
It's a very good price but is not better to buy one s for around 220?
#7
getabath
So, I own a gaming PC that is more than capable of playing any game, yet I feel like owning an Xbox one would be beneficial?
I'm trying to answer why I feel the need to own this console when I already own something that's relatively better. Maybe its the fact that Xbox and windows are integrated?
Does anyone feel the same? That has a reason to buy this machine
At these sort of prices why not?
#8
megaman69
15 quid cashback on Quidco too.

Don't count on cashback from M$. They denied I even bought a bundle from them when I chased £35 2 yrs ago. Their own invoices/delivery notes and Paypal statement wasn't enough proof!
#9
I am no doubt one of many on here looking to upgrade my Sons 360 this Christmas. His preference is the One S (not surprisingly!) but there seems to be a clear channel shift on the legacy X Box one's, which makes me wonder whether its worth holding out for further price reductions. Or, more likely is this a simple case of retailers clearing their stocks in preparation for the impending X Box One S Christmas push?
#10
I dont really understand the hype around Xbox one s when that machine is purely a cosmetic expansion, its smaller (cosmetic), it can upscale to 4k and has hdr (draw distance and colours are more accurate, but in a dark room it's not going to matter), 4k blu ray player (most, if not everyone should be using digital content to stream movies from a NAS or your home server and all smart TVs can stream native 4k).

The best deal here, was the Xbox one elite for 179, but Argos are selling the elite and an extra controller at a good price, something I would recommend. SSHD internally is better than any external storage device
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i was the same as you - but i have 3 boys all with an xbox one on there list - after much reasearch i decided to wait no longer and all 3 have the xbox one elite for christmas - at this price it means they can have an extra game :-)
#12
Can any PS4/Xbox One owners suggest whether an Xbox One is worth owning as well as a PS4?
Gears, Forza 3 and Halo spring to mind as well as the backwards compatibility.
Thank you.
1 Like #13
Bunt2503
i was the same as you - but i have 3 boys all with an xbox one on there list - after much reasearch i decided to wait no longer and all 3 have the xbox one elite for christmas - at this price it means they can have an extra game :-)

I don't envy your Christmas budget :-)
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lord_trumpington
I am no doubt one of many on here looking to upgrade my Sons 360 this Christmas. His preference is the One S (not surprisingly!) but there seems to be a clear channel shift on the legacy X Box one's, which makes me wonder whether its worth holding out for further price reductions. Or, more likely is this a simple case of retailers clearing their stocks in preparation for the impending X Box One S Christmas push?

Both Sony and Microsoft is on a price war with stock clearance. Its highly unlikely you get any cheaper(i think price will go back up after chrismas). although i think its much better to get the newer model xbox one s for £230 with a game like BF1 which woth £40 on it own. or similar X1S bundle deal.


tubewayarmy
Can any PS4/Xbox One owners suggest whether an Xbox One is worth owning as well as a PS4?
Gears, Forza 3 and Halo spring to mind as well as the backwards compatibility.
Thank you.


Depend if you have a gaming pc, if you do then no.
1 Like #15
The Elite bundle is pretty good for the price as it also has 1TB hybrid drive and an Elite controller
#16
simont_space
megaman69
15 quid cashback on Quidco too.
Don't count on cashback from M$. They denied I even bought a bundle from them when I chased £35 2 yrs ago. Their own invoices/delivery notes and Paypal statement wasn't enough proof!

For an even balance of anecdotal nonsense, I got fairly significant Quidco cashbacks from Microsoft, with no hassle, on both a Dell laptop and an Xbox One in the past year.
#17
suckatoe
I dont really understand the hype around Xbox one s when that machine is purely a cosmetic expansion, its smaller (cosmetic), it can upscale to 4k and has hdr (draw distance and colours are more accurate, but in a dark room it's not going to matter), 4k blu ray player (most, if not everyone should be using digital content to
So there are clear benefits then? Like if you play during daylight, or in a well lit room? Or if you don't have any digital subscriptions? And don't have a smart TV (also not ALL smart TVs can stream 4k natively! Where did you get that from?!). I'm someone who all of these points apply to (except I do have a NAS and do stream from there using Plex) You kinda poked a lot of holes in your own argument there!
#18
Does anyone know which courier Microsoft ships through with the free delivery option?
#19
sion22
lord_trumpington
I am no doubt one of many on here looking to upgrade my Sons 360 this Christmas. His preference is the One S (not surprisingly!) but there seems to be a clear channel shift on the legacy X Box one's, which makes me wonder whether its worth holding out for further price reductions. Or, more likely is this a simple case of retailers clearing their stocks in preparation for the impending X Box One S Christmas push?
Both Sony and Microsoft is on a price war with stock clearance. Its highly unlikely you get any cheaper(i think price will go back up after chrismas). although i think its much better to get the newer model xbox one s for £230 with a game like BF1 which woth £40 on it own. or similar X1S bundle deal.
tubewayarmy
Can any PS4/Xbox One owners suggest whether an Xbox One is worth owning as well as a PS4?
Gears, Forza 3 and Halo spring to mind as well as the backwards compatibility.
Thank you.
Depend if you have a gaming pc, if you do then no.
I don't have a PC, so might go for one. Prefer the sound of the S, but the original is tempting. Cheers!
#20
are these physical copies of the game you get or digital downloads?
#21
The 's' model is hot now for sure. But it wont be in a years time when the Scorpio comes out. If you want a console to fill the gap then these deals seem the best to me. As the thing that will carry over is the games and that is what matters. If you plan to keep the console for 3 or 4 years to come then maybe the 's' is the best option
#22
Shame its Gears original + Forza...Got excited thinking it was gears 4!!!!
#23
johnthehuman
simont_space
megaman69
15 quid cashback on Quidco too.
Don't count on cashback from M$. They denied I even bought a bundle from them when I chased £35 2 yrs ago. Their own invoices/delivery notes and Paypal statement wasn't enough proof!
For an even balance of anecdotal nonsense, I got fairly significant Quidco cashbacks from Microsoft, with no hassle, on both a Dell laptop and an Xbox One in the past year.
Why nonsense? Sharing my experience. Lucky you for getting it.

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