Xbox One S (1TB) with Assassin's Creed Origins,Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege + Call of Duty: WWII at Amazon for £229.99
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Xbox One S (1TB) with Assassin's Creed Origins,Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege + Call of Duty: WWII at Amazon for £229.99

£229.99Amazon Deals
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Found 18th Nov
This seems like a good price to me;

Assasins creed and rainbow 6 are codes to download but the COD WW2 is a physical disc.

I personally wont be using Assasins creed, on ebay the code sells for over £30.00

Then take into consideration the price of WW2 the 1TB xbox seems pretty cheap!

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The codes might sell on eBay. Sold loads of codes on eBay and I have also had 4 out of 10 people trying to clame a refund. Make sure you never email the codes over and post with a tracking number. If you don't and the person opens a case eBay and Paypal will favour the buyer and they will get a full refund plus have your game. Protect yourself from fraud.
Edited by: "Georgeharris1982" 18th Nov
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I was going to grab that yesterday but held off! Now it says out of stock?!

Not bad but current Currys deals are better imo.

Personally i would get the 500gb and then just use external storage, or if you must have 1tb then sell any unwanted games and upgrade to a ssd hybrid 1tb drive instead for much faster load times, but that requires some dissasembly (thanks microsoft)
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 18th Nov

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The codes might sell on eBay. Sold loads of codes on eBay and I have also had 4 out of 10 people trying to clame a refund. Make sure you never email the codes over and post with a tracking number. If you don't and the person opens a case eBay and Paypal will favour the buyer and they will get a full refund plus have your game. Protect yourself from fraud.
Edited by: "Georgeharris1982" 18th Nov

Georgeharris19822 m ago

The codes might sell on eBay. Sold loads of codes on eBay and I have also …The codes might sell on eBay. Sold loads of codes on eBay and I have also had 4 out of 10 people trying to clame a refund. Make sure you never email the codes over and post with a tracking number. If you don't and the person opens a case eBay and Paypal will favour the buyer and they will get a full refund plus have your game. Protect yourself from fraud.


Theres no problem emailing the code, provided you also mail it to keep PayPal happy.

Where are ps4 offers?

Definitely post any codes you sell. Found out the hard way recently PayPal also charged me a £14 'chargeback' fee on top of me losing £30 on the game...
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