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MICROSOFT Xbox 360 250GB with Kinect Sensor Bundle with Kinect Adventures + Choices of 2 Games + Free Home Delivery £339.15 (£329 with Quidco) @ Currys
MICROSOFT Xbox 360 250GB with Kinect Sensor Bundle with Kinect Adventures + Choices of 2 Games + Free Home Delivery £339.15 (£329 with Quidco) @ Currys

MICROSOFT Xbox 360 250GB with Kinect Sensor Bundle with Kinect Adventures + Choices of 2 Games + Free Home Delivery £339.15 (£329 with Quidco) @ Currys

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This is normally £357 from their website which is still a saving of £20 off their separate selling price for all the items, but with the Voucher Code: SAVE5 (from myvouchercodes.co.uk) it takes 5% off anything £299 or more, which comes to a total of only £339.15.

**Update, Currys seem to be extending their discount code every 7 days**

I just ordered mine, although it says Available for Reserve & Collect it is out of stock everywhere I looked, however they offer free home delivery for this product. :-)

The 4 choices of games that come with Kinect Adventures are:-

1. Kinect Sports & Dance Central

or

2. Your Shape: Fitness Evolved + Sonic Free Riders

or

3. Kinectimals + Sonic Free Riders

or

4. Kinectimals + Kinect Joy Ride


Hope this helps anyone trying to buy one of these bundles with a few games!

P.S. My first ever Deal Post! =D

From Currys website: -

Xbox 250GB Bundle with Kinect Sensor, Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sports & Dance Central

This Xbox 360 Game Console with Kinect Sensor & Kinect Adventures bundle includes a slimline Xbox 360 game console with 250GB of flash memory, a Kinect sensor, a wireless controller, composite AV cable, and a Kinect Adventures pack that includes 20 different fun-filled sports-based games.

The Xbox 360 Game Console itself is compact and sleek, as well as stylish in an attractive matte black finish. In addition to its removable flash memory it features touch-sensitive on/off and disc-eject buttons, 5 USB ports, an HDMI output, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, and an optical audio out port for room-filling digital sound.

Kinect Sports features adrenaline-pumping sports like soccer, beach volleyball, bowling, table tennis, track and field and boxing. Twenty unique game challenges in single-player or party mode will set the mood for a sporty evening! As your skills improve, you will also have to face new challenges and progress through 4 different levels. Get the entire family, form teams and compete against each other. And since your entire body is the controller, jump, skip or slide your way to the finish line!

Dance Central features over 600 different dance moves and over 90 dance routines, set to some of the hottest chart-buster songs! From the creators of Rock Band comes this hip-swinging music experience. Whether you are a beginner or an expert dancer, Dance Central has the moves and the music to turn every evening into party time! Break down the moves to learn them or simply jump in and start performing. And once your friends come over, challenge them to a dance-off and prove who really owns the dance floor!

Features Hard drive 250GB
Optical disc drive DVD drive
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
AUX port (for Kinect)
5 x USB 2.0
IR receiver
100 Mbit/s Ethernet
WiFi Yes
Backwards compatibility Yes (478 original Xbox games)
Contents Kinect sensor
Kinect Adventures game
A/V composite cable

17 Comments

Good deal imo.

Guess it's a case of GET IN QUICK!!!!

I just had a go with the voucher code and it worked! Not sure how much longer it will last though, considering it was meant to end yesterday - worth a go though!!

seems "Out of stock" everywhere

The code still works! Although it is out of stock everywhere for pickup, FREE HOME DELIVERY

Makes it about £329 after Quidco! RED HOT!

thanks

...or you could spaff £300 on Asda Super-Lager and have enough change to buy kebabs for the family.

Chavtastic and voted lukewarm by me.

@londislagerhound watchu talkin about

Didn't know this was 250GB flash storage - makes this a great deal!!

Missus is wanting an XBox + Kinect for Xmas.
Being a hard core PC gamer I'm totally out of touch with consoles.

So ... do I go for the 250GB XBox or the 4GB XBox ? Reasons for or against for either appreciated.

Dont know why this is hot ?

You could get a 4gb 360 with kinect, buy a 250gb hdd for about £40 and buy those games seperately all for cheaper.

This is cold for me.

gizmouk

Missus is wanting an XBox + Kinect for Xmas. Being a hard core PC gamer … Missus is wanting an XBox + Kinect for Xmas. Being a hard core PC gamer I'm totally out of touch with consoles. So ... do I go for the 250GB XBox or the 4GB XBox ? Reasons for or against for either appreciated.



The only difference in hardware is that the 4gb is matt black, the 250gb is gloss, of course you get 250 gb vs 4gb of space and in the 250gb you get a headset and the 4gb doesnt. You can buy everything in this deal sperately and cheaper.

Kobius

@londislagerhound watchu talkin about



Well every five minutes they bring out some new 'world beating' gadget or other to spend our benefits on.

It was only five minutes ago that Wii's were going for £600 on eBay and now they're free with Christmas crackers.

On the one hand, we're driven to be eco warriors, recycling our own faeces in the name of saving the planet, and on the other there's a new 'must have' thing every week.

Consumerism is the 21st century equivalent of something bad from the 14th century, and I for one would welcome the end of our obsession with 'stuff'

I actually love this above post. He is quite right...

HotDeals also perpetuates the consumers greed for stuff, by making you think you got a bargain.

Arr well...

I used £30 code at additions so not very good deal imo

581d

The only difference in hardware is that the 4gb is matt black, the 250gb … The only difference in hardware is that the 4gb is matt black, the 250gb is gloss, of course you get 250 gb vs 4gb of space and in the 250gb you get a headset and the 4gb doesnt. You can buy everything in this deal sperately and cheaper.



Would you like to backup this statement? for the 250GB this looks like the best deal by far.
Bearing in mind, unless you do some dodgey hacking, you cannot just plug in an external usb hard drive and use it, as it will only limit you to 16GB no matter how big it is unless its a legit Mircrosoft drive. And also even if you decide to risk it and hack it, chances are you won't be plugging in a superfast flash drive that microsoft supply you with in the 250gb version.
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