Xbox One $350 Deal Ending Soon: Last Chance To Get Cheap System On Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop Before Microsoft Raises Price Back To $400

By Alex Riviello , Updated Dec 30, 2014 10:42 AM EST
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Still waiting to dive into the next-gen? Your only change to get the Xbox One at a discount is almost over, as Microsoft is soon raising the price of an Xbox One back to $399. Right now you can still get it for a mere $349 bundled with games, as well as other discounts at certain online retailers.

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But this is all about to end. As the image above attests, this was a limited-time deal that's about to end on January 3, this Saturday.

It seems like a strange tactic for Microsoft, as the price break (and clever game bundles) helped catapult sales up and over the PS4 during Black Friday and Christmas. The Xbox One is still behind but this competitve pricing really helped close the gap although it was always known that this was a limited break.

So if you want in, this is the best time to do it. The Assassin's Creed Unity Bundle is still being offered at $349 with extra bonuses from online retailers, which is a remarkable deal when you consider you get both Assassin's Creed Unity and Assasssin's Creed IV: Black Flag (the superior of the two) for free.

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Amazon is offering $50 off the bundle and is throwing in a $50 gift card as well. This is good for both the standard and Kinect bundles.

Best Buy, Gamestop and Target are all offering the same deal online as well.

Toys 'R Us is giving you the $349 bundle along with a free Xbox One controller, which is a $60 value.

Meijer offers the $50 off a Xbox One Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle or Xbox One Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle with Kinect with yet another free Xbox One game of your choice, giving you one helluva library off the bat.

And finally Newegg is giving you the $50 off Xbox One Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle or Xbox One Assassin’s Creed Unity Bundle with Kinect plus a free 12-month Xbox Live Gold subscription and a $20 Newegg gift card.

So what do you think- is Microsoft ridiculous to raise the price back up after it's done so well at this point? Is a PS4 still a better deal? Let us know in the comments below.

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