Xbox One S Console 500gb + Fifa 17 - £249.85 - Shopto (1TB - £299.86 / Potentially £224.99 at Zavvi) - HotUKDeals
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Xbox One S Console 500gb + Fifa 17 - £249.85 - Shopto (1TB - £299.86 / Potentially £224.99 at Zavvi)

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This is a pre-order for 22nd September 2016. [Pre-order/Own] the Xbox One S FIFA 17 Bundle (500GB), with three Loan Legends and one month of EA Access, only on Xbox One. Featuring 4K Blu-ray, 4K vi… Read More
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This is a pre-order for 22nd September 2016.

[Pre-order/Own] the Xbox One S FIFA 17 Bundle (500GB), with three Loan Legends and one month of EA Access, only on Xbox One. Featuring 4K Blu-ray, 4K video streaming, High Dynamic Range, one Rare Player Pack and a full game download of FIFA 17. Powered by Frostbite, FIFA 17 delivers true-to-life action, takes players to new football worlds, introduces characters full of depth and emotion, and immerses you in authentic football experiences like FIFA 17's The Journey, a brand new cinematic and narrative-driven mode. And with EA Access, play EA games for a limited time before they're released and get unlimited access to The Vault, exclusively on Xbox One. With all the biggest blockbusters this year, and over 100 console exclusives, there's never been a better time to game with Xbox One.
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[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #1
Thought this was a great price considering FIFA is £40(ish) and the console rarely drops below its RRP (so far).

I'll pop the various retailers in as they appear:

Microsoft Store - £249.99 (thanks rd3d2)

Zavvi - £249.99 (£224.99 with code - WELCOME for new accounts) but be warned that could well be cancelled as Zavvi don't usually allow code use.

https://s3.postimg.org/ya2mhrgur/Screen_Shot_2016_08_16_at_14_53_49.png

Amazon - £249.99 (thanks imagineS)

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Aug 16, 2016 15:03: Retailer
#2
Wow, that seems an awesome deal. Is this definitely the Xbox One S? I know it says so in the description, but wondering if that's a mistake. The pic on Shopto doesn't load for me either.

The 1TB model seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#3
ricoshay
Wow, that seems an awesome deal. Is this definitely the Xbox One S? I know it says so in the description, but wondering if that's a mistake. The pic on Shopto doesn't load for me either.
The 1TB model seems to be around £400 everywhere else.

The Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundle has just been announced at Gamescom, they'll be scouring the internet for an image as we speak :D
#4
ricoshay
Wow, that seems an awesome deal. Is this definitely the Xbox One S? I know it says so in the description, but wondering if that's a mistake. The pic on Shopto doesn't load for me either.
The 1TB model seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
1tb is £300 with Fifa17.
#5
Buzzing!
1 Like #6
This or the 1tb elite console for the same price?
#7
also available from Microsoft store for a few pence more (£249/299)
#8
Great deal, knew the 500gb model was going to be £250 but to come with a new release game code for the same price is a bargain, pity the FIFA 17 is a code and not a disc copy.
#9
lucifon
ricoshay
Wow, that seems an awesome deal. Is this definitely the Xbox One S? I know it says so in the description, but wondering if that's a mistake. The pic on Shopto doesn't load for me either.
The 1TB model seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
1tb is £300 with Fifa17.

Yes I saw that, also a great deal - like I said, just the console itself seems to be around £400 everywhere else.

This is going to be scorching hot. Thanks OP!
#10
Lovely! Do Shop to take money when despatched?
1 Like #11
meh im happy with my fatty for the time being.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #12
ricoshay
lucifon
ricoshay
Wow, that seems an awesome deal. Is this definitely the Xbox One S? I know it says so in the description, but wondering if that's a mistake. The pic on Shopto doesn't load for me either.
The 1TB model seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
1tb is £300 with Fifa17.
Yes I saw that, also a great deal - like I said, just the console itself seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
This is going to be scorching hot. Thanks OP!

Possible, it's more of a (dare I say it) heads up deal.

Taking into account that the Xbox One S has rarely dropped from its RRP since release, the fact that Microsoft have now included the upcoming £35-£40 FIFA 17 release in there with no budge on price is a great deal in my eyes.

With the 'old' Xbox One console hovering on or around the £170-£200 mark as of late, it's definitely worth paying the extra for the S given just the added bonus of the 4K Ultra HD blu-ray player that's built-in. Of course this is going to pop up from a fair few retailers on or around this price (most possibly lower as we see them rolling in), but as it stands now, this is a fantastic price for what it is.
#13
I'm trying to work out whether to order the 500GB or the 1TB. Any help guidance would be much appreciated...

I don't play / own many games. On the 360 had about 5-6 games over the period of about 2 years and they were mostly physical discs. I'd likely have a similar amount on this so could I get away with the 500GB? How much space (GB) on average does a downloaded game take up by the way?

Also, most likely use streaming / discs for other media.
2 Likes #14
Once again screwed for buying day 1. Should have waited what 2 weeks.
1 Like #15
Heat by the way, great deal ;)
[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #16
ricoshay
I'm trying to work out whether to order the 500GB or the 1TB. Any help guidance would be much appreciated...
I don't play / own many games. On the 360 had about 5-6 games over the period of about 2 years and they were mostly physical discs. I'd likely have a similar amount on this so could I get away with the 500GB? How much space (GB) on average does a downloaded game take up by the way?
Also, most likely use streaming / discs for other media.

Personally I don't think an extra 500gb is worth an extra £50.

I have a 2TB HDD on my Xbox One that is 73%+ full. If you plan on having a bigger HDD, it's probably better to use that £50 towards an external device at a potentially cheaper cost. Assuming however that you plan to fill the HDD and more...

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Aug 16, 2016 14:33
#17
rickbennett1979
Once again screwed for buying day 1. Should have waited what 2 weeks.
does the console have heating/fan noise issues?
1 Like #18
BuzzDuraband
ricoshay
lucifon
ricoshay
Wow, that seems an awesome deal. Is this definitely the Xbox One S? I know it says so in the description, but wondering if that's a mistake. The pic on Shopto doesn't load for me either.
The 1TB model seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
1tb is £300 with Fifa17.
Yes I saw that, also a great deal - like I said, just the console itself seems to be around £400 everywhere else.
This is going to be scorching hot. Thanks OP!
Possible, it's more of a (dare I say it) heads up deal.
Taking into account that the Xbox One S has rarely dropped from its RRP since release, the fact that Microsoft have now included the upcoming £35-£40 FIFA 17 release in there with no budge on price is a great deal in my eyes.
With the 'old' Xbox One console hovering on or around the £170-£200 mark as of late, it's definitely worth paying the extra for the S given just the added bonus of the 4K Ultra HD blu-ray player that's built-in. Of course this is going to pop up from a fair few retailers on or around this price (most possibly lower as we see them rolling in), but as it stands now, this is a fantastic price for what it is.

Yeah, I think given that Shopto and Microsoft are both selling with FIFA 17 for this price, there will be slightly better deals from other retailers appearing soon.
#19
ukting
rickbennett1979
Once again screwed for buying day 1. Should have waited what 2 weeks.
does the console have heating/fan noise issues?

I got the 2TB model which is now out of stock everywhere.

No heating issues but clicking noise from the power supply inside the Xbox One S
#20
Same price at the Microsoft Store so not sure if this is a bargain?




Edited By: rd3d2 on Aug 16, 2016 14:43
3 Likes #21
Great deal, heat given, still wish it was available in black rather than naff white though.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#22
rd3d2
Same price at the Microsoft Store so not sure if this is a bargain?

Well the retailer is irrelevant, but inserted as the first.

It was £249.99 yesterday (or even this morning) without FIFA 17. I appreciate what you're saying though. I just thought (as previously mentioned) that £249.85 for the Xbox One S with FIFA 17 was a bargain, you don't agree?
#23
Do shoptonet take money now or later?
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #24
chantelle310
Lovely! Do Shop to take money when despatched?

imagineS
Do shoptonet take money now or later?

https://s4.postimg.org/jbtk6plkt/Screen_Shot_2016_08_16_at_14_45_27.png
1 Like #25
BuzzDuraband
chantelle310
Lovely! Do Shop to take money when despatched?
imagineS
Do shoptonet take money now or later?
https://s4.postimg.org/jbtk6plkt/Screen_Shot_2016_08_16_at_14_45_27.png

Thank you!

Returning my 2TB model back. This thing has some clicky power supply or hard drive noise. Rather just stick to a 500GB variant and slap a 4TB external drive LOL
1 Like #26
ricoshay
I'm trying to work out whether to order the 500GB or the 1TB. Any help guidance would be much appreciated...
I don't play / own many games. On the 360 had about 5-6 games over the period of about 2 years and they were mostly physical discs. I'd likely have a similar amount on this so could I get away with the 500GB? How much space (GB) on average does a downloaded game take up by the way?
Also, most likely use streaming / discs for other media.

I've been doing the same mate. I've got a 500GB PS4, but I have pretty much every console since the NES, and want an Xbox One to play a few exclusives (Sea of Thieves from Rare looks great fun).

Games vary wildly in size. I've got BF4 and that takes up loads of space, something like 75GB, but that's for the whole game and all the DLC. Then on the other side of the scale, I bought Fez, and that's only like 200 odd meg. Generally the 500GB is enough though. I usually buy physical copies (as I collect them), finish the game, then delete the installed data.

I was trying to decide between getting a 1TB old school Xbox one, or getting the 500GB one s. Seeing as you also get 4K Netflix, a 4K bluray player, and the fact that you can just plug in an external hard drive if you do need more space; I'd go with the One S at this price.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #27
imagineS
BuzzDuraband
chantelle310
Lovely! Do Shop to take money when despatched?
imagineS
Do shoptonet take money now or later?
https://s4.postimg.org/jbtk6plkt/Screen_Shot_2016_08_16_at_14_45_27.png
Thank you!
Returning my 2TB model back. This thing has some clicky power supply or hard drive noise. Rather just stick to a 500GB variant and slap a 4TB external drive LOL

I've added Zavvi to comment number one. It's £224.99 with code WELCOME, but I must stress that they get a bit weird with code usage on electronics (unless that's changed) so is likely to be cancelled. Worth a shot though, maybe?
#29
Are we allow to sell the Fifa 17 codes on HUKD?
#30
Change_Me
Are we allow to sell the Fifa 17 codes on HUKD?
Yep
3 Likes #31
Annoying that MS thinks everyone in the UK likes Fifa Football they should make a bundle with Forza Horizon 3 or ReCore
#32
Change_Me
Are we allow to sell the Fifa 17 codes on HUKD?


yeah but you actually have to physically post the code. you may as well just list it on eBay now as a code pre-order because there's a lot of hype over it at the moment
2 Likes #33
BuzzDuraband
ricoshay
I'm trying to work out whether to order the 500GB or the 1TB. Any help guidance would be much appreciated...
I don't play / own many games. On the 360 had about 5-6 games over the period of about 2 years and they were mostly physical discs. I'd likely have a similar amount on this so could I get away with the 500GB? How much space (GB) on average does a downloaded game take up by the way?
Also, most likely use streaming / discs for other media.
Personally I don't think an extra 500gb is worth an extra £50.
I have a 2TB HDD on my Xbox One that is 73%+ full. If you plan on having a bigger HDD, it's probably better to use that £50 towards an external device at a potentially cheaper cost. Assuming however that you plan to fill the HDD and more...

Great, thanks for the prompt replies Buzz! Also, don't care what anyone else says... this is a deal, even if purely for the fact it alerts people to the new bundles. I was about to pull the trigger on the standard Xbox One and just saw this post in time. Also, FIFA 17 is the perfect bundle for me - I would've ordered that later anyway.

jamespallett
ricoshay
I'm trying to work out whether to order the 500GB or the 1TB. Any help guidance would be much appreciated...
I don't play / own many games. On the 360 had about 5-6 games over the period of about 2 years and they were mostly physical discs. I'd likely have a similar amount on this so could I get away with the 500GB? How much space (GB) on average does a downloaded game take up by the way?
Also, most likely use streaming / discs for other media.
I've been doing the same mate. I've got a 500GB PS4, but I have pretty much every console since the NES, and want an Xbox One to play a few exclusives (Sea of Thieves from Rare looks great fun).
Games vary wildly in size. I've got BF4 and that takes up loads of space, something like 75GB, but that's for the whole game and all the DLC. Then on the other side of the scale, I bought Fez, and that's only like 200 odd meg. Generally the 500GB is enough though. I usually buy physical copies (as I collect them), finish the game, then delete the installed data.
I was trying to decide between getting a 1TB old school Xbox one, or getting the 500GB one s. Seeing as you also get 4K Netflix, a 4K bluray player, and the fact that you can just plug in an external hard drive if you do need more space; I'd go with the One S at this price.

Thanks for the tip mate. Mind made up, I'll go for the 500GB and if needed I'll buy an external SSD. I'll probably end up buying the newer versions of same games as I did on the 360 - FIFA, Just Cause and a racing game or two. Oh maybe a beat em' up as well :)
#34
Hmm I might even hold out a day or two to see if Tesco do the bundle at the same price... in which case we could use the £20 promo codes and get it at a slightly better deal. Or maybe I won't... patience is not my greatest trait.
#35
So I assume the XB1 500GB or 1TB not out until end of September in the UK? I ask because the Halo 5 500GB XB1 S is out next week in the US.
#37
Currently have a fat xbox 360. Will I see a major difference in picture quality on the xbox one s over my old xbox?
#38
discman
Currently have a fat xbox 360. Will I see a major difference in picture quality on the xbox one s over my old xbox?
Just a little, depending if your have a modern tv. If you have a 720p tv, that's the only resolution you'll see.
#39
That's a sweet deal. I hope they'll release a 500gb console with halo at the end of the month for the same price.
#40
Change_Me
Annoying that MS thinks everyone in the UK likes Fifa Football they should make a bundle with Forza Horizon 3 or ReCore

They may do one with FH3, when they first phats were released it was with either Forza 5 or fifa15

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