'Microsoft' News and Updates: Black Friday Offers Xbox One Deal Alongside Two Selected Games for Only £179
It seems that gamers are having a good time sooner than expected upon learning that Microsoft started the Black Friday holiday in the United Kingdom ahead of time. Microsoft offers a special bundle promotion for Xbox One in the upcoming sale.
The U.K. is now taking pleasure of Black Friday since it is no longer exclusive to America. Microsoft Store offers Xbox One along with two selected games for as low as £179, according to GameSpot. The games "Quantum Break", "Halo 5: Guardians", "Horizon 3" and "Forza" are one of the selections.
A 1 TB console can also be upgraded for an extra £20 and instead of getting a free game. an Elite controller with 1 TB console costs only £199 which is already a great deal knowing that an Elite controller alone costs £110 on Amazon. Some retailers are also having their own special promotions for Microsoft such as Game and Tesco.
On the other hand, it was recently revealed that Sam's Club in the United States is also offering a special Black Friday promotions that include two gaming deals. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 bundles are offered. The Uncharted 4 PS4 slim bundle is only $250 instead of $300 while for Xbox One, the 500 GB "Battlefield 1" and "Minecraft" bundles are marked down to $250. An extra white Xbox One controller is also included with these offers.
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Since 1932, Black Friday has been regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the U.S. and most major retailers open very early (and more recently during overnight hours) and offer promotional sales. It is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November).