Xbox One 500GB with Kinect + FIFA 14 Bundle for £249.99 @ ebay
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Xbox One 500GB with Kinect + FIFA 14 Bundle for £249.99 @ ebay

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Found 17th Dec 2015
Microsoft Xbox One- with Kinect 500 GB Black Console FIFA 14 Bundle - Sealed for £249.99.
RRP £349.99. The best deal I could find elsewhere was £329 for Xbox one with Kinect.
“Brand new factory sealed but outer box damaged in transit , contents checked untouched and mint. Hence Cheaper price”
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fifa 14 wtf
Don't forget to use your 10% off code for a further £25 off.
repouk

Don't forget to use your 10% off code for a further £25 off.


Hi.. what code is that? I am not aware of it, could you please explain?
Cold from me!!!! Far better offers out there.
Also one with Evolve and Alien.
anujknsl

Hi.. what code is that? I am not aware of it, could you please explain?


Some/most? people will have been sent a unique code for 10% off electronics. I got mine today, if you haven't got one yet, it may come tomorrow.
repouk

Some/most? people will have been sent a unique code for 10% off … Some/most? people will have been sent a unique code for 10% off electronics. I got mine today, if you haven't got one yet, it may come tomorrow.


ok, thanks a lot.
Jase79

Cold from me!!!! Far better offers out there.


Can you tell a couple of them.. I am very interested.
Ive never received the 10% off electronics. Tempted to delete account & start a new one. Mine must be unlucky (_;)
Jase79

Cold from me!!!! Far better offers out there.



Hi please can you give us a link to a far better deal with Kinect.
2 year old console so any microsoft warranty would be expired already as it goes from manufacturing date so maybe not the bargain it seems
Decent with Kinect
is this a joke with fifa 14 then lol
why fifa 14?

No kid will want to play that on an xbox one!

Might aswell drop the price without the game
How can it be brand new factory sealed but the contents have been checked for damage?
jamesw306

How can it be brand new factory sealed but the contents have been checked … How can it be brand new factory sealed but the contents have been checked for damage?



​Magic sealed
how is this getting heat? you are getting nothing but kinect as fifa 14 is worth nothing! 500gb as well. very cold for me.
Richard_Richard

2 year old console so any microsoft warranty would be expired already as … 2 year old console so any microsoft warranty would be expired already as it goes from manufacturing date so maybe not the bargain it seems



What a load of rubbish. If it's new, the warranty starts when you register the product. Almost every electrical item on the planet would arrive at a consumer with a null warranty using that logic. The manufacturing date of most things is long before they reach the seller, never mind the consumer.
daanuk

What a load of rubbish. If it's new, the warranty starts when you … What a load of rubbish. If it's new, the warranty starts when you register the product. Almost every electrical item on the planet would arrive at a consumer with a null warranty using that logic. The manufacturing date of most things is long before they reach the seller, never mind the consumer.


Clearly never owned an xbox then, it has a manufacturing date for a reason, the date of registering is entirely irrelevant. I am speaking from experience owning and having Microsoft products repaired.
So you're saying if you bought a previously unregistered xbox 360 Microsoft would repair rrod as "I only just registered it so I must have only just bought it" even if it was made it 2007? Good to know
Edited by: "Richard_Richard" 18th Dec 2015
Richard_Richard

Clearly never owned an xbox then, it has a manufacturing date for a … Clearly never owned an xbox then, it has a manufacturing date for a reason, the date of registering is entirely irrelevant. I am speaking from experience owning and having Microsoft products repaired.So you're saying if you bought a previously unregistered xbox 360 Microsoft would repair rrod as "I only just registered it so I must have only just bought it" even if it was made it 2007? Good to know



That's a disingenuous response as my comment regarded registering a new product.

For the record, an Xbox 360 from 2007 wouldn't be covered by the EU Sale of Goods act which covers defective goods bought within the past 6 years, but the RROD issue would come under the umbrella of 'manufacturer defect' and any Xbox produced since 2009 that developed it would be covered and you can return the 360 to the point of sale (assuming it's still in existence) for a full or at very least partial refund. It's a powerful and far-reaching ruling which is sadly underused by consumers.

If you're very bored... eur-lex.europa.eu/Lex….do?uri=OJ:L:1999:171:0012:0016:EN:PDF

(And all the more reason to buy anything new and expensive from a reputable retailer)
Edited by: "daanuk" 18th Dec 2015
Maybe I'll peruse on the lav later. In my very recent experience I bought an xbox one this September, registered it to my account for the purpose of a repair and saw the warranty was covered until this December.
I had no difficulties adding this console to my user so wasn't previously registered to the previous owner so where are the other 9 months of my warranty? Whether MS add 3 months grace to a year warranty to cover shop time I can't say but a warranty doesn't start from registration.
You are right in that it is always better to buy from a shop that you could easily return it to but you'd pay a fair bit more for a similar bundle (albeit with a better game than fifa 14).
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