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Xbox One 1TB Console with The Division - £209.99 / 1TB with 3 Month's Xbox Live Gold - £199.99 / 500GB Console with The Lego Movie - £185.94 - SimplyGames
Xbox One 1TB Console with The Division - £209.99 / 1TB with 3 Month's Xbox Live Gold - £199.99 / 500GB Console with The Lego Movie - £185.94 - SimplyGames

Xbox One 1TB Console with The Division - £209.99 / 1TB with 3 Month's Xbox Live Gold - £199.99 / 500GB Console with The Lego Movie - £185.94 - SimplyGames

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Also available, 1TB with 3 Month's Xbox Live Gold. Credit to lstskr for the heads up

31 Comments

Original Poster Editor

If you're looking for a cheaply priced Xbox One console then the LEGO bundle seems great. However, I would most definitely pay the extra £25 for the 1TB Division bundle.

i will happily buy the division code if someone doesn't want it, just asking because my sons where after it but we got rainbow six with our console

great prices here HOT.

Or if you don't want The Division then there is the vanilla 1TB version with just 3 months Live Gold for a tenner less: £199.99
Edited by: "lstskr" 3rd Aug 2016

Original Poster Editor

lstskr

Or if you don't want The Division then there is the vanilla 1TB version … Or if you don't want The Division then there is the vanilla 1TB version with just 3 months Live Gold for a tenner less: £199.99



Thanks. I totally missed that one. I've added it as an option

Why haven't the prices began to fall since the Xbox One S release?
Still sitting around the same as its been in recent months, circa £200

Great price for the 1TB Console.The 500GB soon gets used up

Kinda regretting my 500GB purchase now

FdjC

Why haven't the prices began to fall since the Xbox One S release?Still … Why haven't the prices began to fall since the Xbox One S release?Still sitting around the same as its been in recent months, circa £200



These are £150 cheaper than the Xbox One S, how low are you expecting them to go?

oUkTuRkEyIII

These are £150 cheaper than the Xbox One S, how low are you expecting … These are £150 cheaper than the Xbox One S, how low are you expecting them to go?


Was expecting maybe £30+ drop.
I mean people have lifted consoles for less because of other deals.

Same as used price on eBay. May as well have a go of Xbox One if you've been tempted. Great value with games for gold & EA Access but games look s**t in my experience of owning one.

BuzzDuraband

If you're looking for a cheaply priced Xbox One console then the LEGO … If you're looking for a cheaply priced Xbox One console then the LEGO bundle seems great. However, I would most definitely pay the extra £25 for the 1TB Division bundle.



There's an Xbone bundle for £160?
SCORCHIO!!

Original Poster Editor

DexMorgan

There's an Xbone bundle for £160? SCORCHIO!!



As usual Dex, I have absolutely no idea what you're on about

DexMorgan

There's an Xbone bundle for £160? SCORCHIO!!



The £185 bundle is £25 cheaper than the The Division bundle (which is £210).

Come on Nintendo. Sort your Wii U prices out...

BuzzDuraband

As usual Dex, I have absolutely no idea what you're on about



The Division bundle at £185 is £25 more than a LEGO bundle?
Or did I read it wronglee?

Original Poster Editor

DexMorgan

The Division bundle at £185 is £25 more than a LEGO bundle?Or did I read i … The Division bundle at £185 is £25 more than a LEGO bundle?Or did I read it wronglee?



Think you read it wrong mate.

If you're looking for a cheaply priced Xbox One console then the LEGO bundle (£185.94) seems great. However, I would most definitely pay the extra £25 for the 1TB Division bundle (£209.99).

£25 difference.

BuzzDuraband

Think you read it wrong mate.If you're looking for a cheaply priced Xbox … Think you read it wrong mate.If you're looking for a cheaply priced Xbox One console then the LEGO bundle (£185.94) seems great. However, I would most definitely pay the extra £25 for the 1TB Division bundle (£209.99).£25 difference.



Ohhh didn't notice there were 3 deals in the title.
I blame Pokemon Go even though I haven't downloaded it.
Edited by: "DexMorgan" 4th Aug 2016

xbox one s 500gb halo 5 /master chief bundle incoming 26th 19 days from £249 or less if anyone wants the smaller no power brick model

FdjC

Why haven't the prices began to fall since the Xbox One S release?Still … Why haven't the prices began to fall since the Xbox One S release?Still sitting around the same as its been in recent months, circa £200


Microsoft pre-empted the release of Xbox One S and reduced prices on the original Xbox One a couple of months ago and this is with Sterling falling 10% against the US dollar. Both the PS4 and Xbox One were generally available for £229 last Black Friday so Microsoft have been offering more of a bargain recently because they are getting rid of old Xbox One stock.

Very cheap now. Microsoft must be taking a loss on these deals and their profits taking a good bumming. However great for us...the consumer. Microsoft have got so much money they can take a bit of a loss

seany1977

Very cheap now. Microsoft must be taking a loss on these deals and their … Very cheap now. Microsoft must be taking a loss on these deals and their profits taking a good bumming. However great for us...the consumer. Microsoft have got so much money they can take a bit of a loss


They're probably able to offset the hardware losses through software license fees...

Now I kick myself for bagging the Curry's deal at £185 a few weeks back.
Oh well...

For anyone wondering whether to buy 500GB or 1TB versions, it depends on what game you want.
Then weigh up the difference in price between the two, and look in Argos etc. for the price of a 1TB drive - should get one around the £40 mark, and then you'll have an even bigger hard drive space.

prankster101

They're probably able to offset the hardware losses through software … They're probably able to offset the hardware losses through software license fees...



They only need you to buy ONE digital download from the Xbox One store and they'll make that money back!

Genuine question I wonder if anyone could help me with. My son has a PS4, Id like to get a console for the lounge. The obvious answer is get a PS4 so I can use his games, but would I benefit from getting an Xbox instead? Are there good games not available on the PS4 I could play? Or do they all tend to come out on both and I'd be silly to get an Xbox when I could just share the games across the two consoles.

I'm not sure I'd do much else on it than games, and hardly daily, few times a week for hour or so with the kids maybe.

I've never had a console, just got them for the kids, what do people think?

callofdute1

xbox one s 500gb halo 5 /master chief bundle incoming 26th 19 days from … xbox one s 500gb halo 5 /master chief bundle incoming 26th 19 days from £249 or less if anyone wants the smaller no power brick model



No confirmation of that - US,Canada, Australia and New Zealand then.

m4rc

Genuine question I wonder if anyone could help me with. My son has a … Genuine question I wonder if anyone could help me with. My son has a PS4, Id like to get a console for the lounge. The obvious answer is get a PS4 so I can use his games, but would I benefit from getting an Xbox instead? Are there good games not available on the PS4 I could play? Or do they all tend to come out on both and I'd be silly to get an Xbox when I could just share the games across the two consoles.I'm not sure I'd do much else on it than games, and hardly daily, few times a week for hour or so with the kids maybe.I've never had a console, just got them for the kids, what do people think?



I am no fan of the Xbone graphics, they are pretty poor (or poorly optimised) imho, the PS4 is hands down better graphically, so IMHO i'd stay PS4.. (but I will confess I am not really an Xbox fan..)

mrwolfisinnocent

I am no fan of the Xbone graphics, they are pretty poor (or poorly … I am no fan of the Xbone graphics, they are pretty poor (or poorly optimised) imho, the PS4 is hands down better graphically, so IMHO i'd stay PS4.. (but I will confess I am not really an Xbox fan..)



Cheers

m4rc

Genuine question I wonder if anyone could help me with. My son has a … Genuine question I wonder if anyone could help me with. My son has a PS4, Id like to get a console for the lounge. The obvious answer is get a PS4 so I can use his games, but would I benefit from getting an Xbox instead? Are there good games not available on the PS4 I could play? Or do they all tend to come out on both and I'd be silly to get an Xbox when I could just share the games across the two consoles.I'm not sure I'd do much else on it than games, and hardly daily, few times a week for hour or so with the kids maybe.I've never had a console, just got them for the kids, what do people think?



My son was an xbox devotee from the second he got one, he lived it and loved it, but when the next gen came out, he switched to a PS4 and hasn't regretted it for a second. It's a lovely machine.

However, he is a Halo lover too, so several years later now he's considering getting an Xbox one. I think if it wasn't for Halo though he'd never go back, the PS is smooth and cool and does absolutely everything.

You could try an XB one and get a PSTV to run the PS4 to a different room, like share it. We just bought one off a chap on here and it works really well.

What difference is there between the xbox 1 and the xbox1s? Any help would be appreciated
Thanks

Rosiemcdoo

What difference is there between the xbox 1 and the xbox1s? Any help … What difference is there between the xbox 1 and the xbox1s? Any help would be appreciated Thanks


The only real difference is that it supports 4k ultraHD streaming and playback and a very slight upgrade in graphics performance, but obviously they've slimmed it down and got rid of that bulky powerbrick too
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