Black Friday Xbox One S deals: eBay wins Black Friday with £99 Xbox deal – back in stock today
Looking for the best Xbox One S Black Friday deals? If so, eBay’s offering of a 1TB Xbox One S All Digital console with Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves and Fortnite for less than £100 might sound like the deal of the decade.
The mega Xbox One S deal went live at midnight and has already become eBay’s fastest selling Black Friday deal with one bundle selling every two seconds.
If you missed out, you’ll be pleased to hear eBay are restocking the bundle at 11am today (November 29). But you’ll have to be quick – once they’re sold out, they’re sold out.
It might seem too good to be true, but this eBay Black Friday deal is for real, and the battle for the cheapest Xbox One S bundle among retailers is in full swing.
What is the cheapest Xbox One S Black Friday deal?
The fight for the cheapest Xbox One S Black Friday deal all started thanks to a Lidl offer for an Xbox One S All Digital Console with three games: Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3 and Sea Thieves for just £129.99. The highly anticipated Lidl deal sent other stores like Amazon and Game into a frenzy to rival it.
The battle for the cheapest Xbox One S bundle is being fought out among retailers like Lidl, Tesco, eBay and Amazon
Tesco decided they wanted a slice of the pie too, and revealed an even better deal. The store unveiled almost exactly the same Xbox deal as Lidl for £109.99, except it has Fortnite instead of Forza Horizon 3.
Tesco’s crown for having the cheapest Xbox deal was however, short lived, because eBay has now announced the exact same bundle for only £99. It is a steal.
It bags you an Xbox One S that’s all digital (meaning there’s no disc drive and you can only download games on the Microsoft Store) ,console and controller and three digital games: Minecraft, Sea Of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3. Whilst Fortnite isn’t officially included in the bundle, you can still download it for free via the Microsoft Store.
It isn’t completely clear how much stock is available, but if you want to better your chances of netting one of these bargain video game consoles, heading down to your local Tesco and paying the extra tenner might be a safer choice. Just be aware that the 24-hour stores are closing at midnight tonight and will re-open on Black Friday at 5am tomorrow.
eBay has announced an Xbox One S Black Friday bundle with three games for just £99
What is the Xbox One S All Digital Edition?
The Xbox One S All-Digital features a 1TB hard drive, 4K Ultra HS resolution for video game streaming and High Dynamic Range so you can enjoy brilliant graphic details.
All your games, saves and backups are kept safe and secure in cloud storage, so you can play your games on any Xbox One. You can also pre-install games so that new games are ready-to-play on launch date.
Although there is no disc drive, you can get access to Xbox Game Pass, which means you’ll get instant access to over 100 games, including top titles like Gears 5 and The Outer Worlds.
If you’re a new member, Microsoft offers 3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just £1 and is perhaps one of the best value gaming subscriptions right now. If you are already a member and thinking of extending your subscription, the 3 Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership is just £16.99 during Black Friday.
Amazon subscription deals
Amazon Music Unlimited 4 months, now £0.99 (was £9.99 pm)
Amazon is giving UK music lovers the chance to stream four months of Amazon Music Unlimited service for under one pound (that’s a saving of nearly £39). You don’t need to be a Prime member to take advantage of this amazing deal, but this trial promotion is only available for new subscribers.
Offer valid till January 6th 2020.
Amazon Kindle Unlimited 3 months, now free (was £7.99 pm)
Calling all Kindle users! You can get a 3-month free trial on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited reading offer. That means you can explore over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks and selected magazine subscriptions for free.
Offer valid till December 8th 2019.
Check out our discount section for Amazon deals and offers.
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