Xbox One S Deal Offered Console For Lowest Price; ‘Minecraft’ For Free Added Treat

By Ben Lindon , Updated Mar 13, 2017 09:17 AM EDT

The Xbox One S console is now selling for an ultra low price over at eBay. Take note however that the console does not come with any bundled extras. However, as an added bonus, gamers who purchase this deal may grab a copy of "Minecraft" for free.

It should be noted that a $200 price tag for the Xbox One S console may be the best cash price seen on the console to date, Knowtechie reported. In the previous month, the same deal was also available but from a different eBay seller. It should be noted that the original price for the Xbox One comes rolling at $500.

Meanwhile, several other offers at Microsoft are dropping prices on the Xbox One S console with all major retailers dropping prices by $50, Siliconera reported. The temporary drop is said to match Sony's offer that lasted until Feb. 25. Apparently, Microsoft decided to extend the offer.

Amidst all the price slash, Dell also decided to launch an all-new, aggressive offer on top of the discounted Xbox One S bundles. Take note that gamers may now pick up the console for only $150 with Dell's latest promotion. Gamers may opt to get the $250 "Battlefield 1" or "Minecraft" bundle from the company.

In addition, those who purchase the Xbox One S bundles will also receive a free $100 eGift Card bonus. The deal also includes the 1TB Xbox One S console including a "Halo Wars 2" console bundles. Note that the gift card bonus may be used via a gift code that will arrive via email, 10 to 20 days after the order is shipped.

It is also classified as a promotional gift card needed to be used within 90 days after activation. Note that the gift card works for any item sold at Dell such as Xbox One games, Xbox Live subscription cards or other accessories. It is said to be comparable to grabbing almost two more free titles to match the new Xbox One S console. Check out an Xbox One S review below:


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