Xbox One Black Friday deals were a hit during Thanksgiving. Giving due respect to customers’ demand, Microsoft has decided to bring back Xbox One discounts. Read on for details.
Thanksgiving is gone, but Christmas is yet to come. Holidays mean shopping. All brands are leveraging this opportunity to the fullest. Even though products are sold at lower prices, the profits during this season are high. As Black Friday got a whopping response, both Microsoft and Sony are pushing hard to earn more and get as many customers as they can: free games, discounts on accessories, consoles and whatnot.
After announcing a free game for the weekend, Microsoft is now offering discounts on all Xbox One console bundles for a limited period. The company made an official announcement on December 9 on its site. Microsoft wrote, “We’re bringing the discounts back for a limited time: starting today, Dec. 9 through Saturday, Dec. 26 in the U.S., all Xbox One console bundles will be available for $50 off, starting at $299.” This offer includes the Xbox One Elite Bundle, Xbox One Limited Edition Halo 5: Guardians Bundle, and the Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle. Please note that this is a part of “Xbox One Black Friday Deals,” and hence is not valid for Xbox 360 bundles. For detailed information about Xbox One bundles, click here.
In the post, Microsoft also spoke about “the biggest digital game sale of the year for the Xbox Store,” which will take off on December 22 and end on January 7. This countdown sale will bring deals on over 200 Xbox games for Xbox lovers. To beat the competition, would Sony bring similar kinds of offers on PS4 consoles? Considering the recent war of discounts between the two, chances of PS4 Black Friday offers are high. Let’s sit back and wait for whatever Sony plans for Christmas.