There’s an excellent deal on Xbox consoles at Amazon right now, with the gamepad down to just $44.99 for a limited time only (or £39.99 in the UK). this is important $15 off the regular list price of $59.99. Currently, this deal applies to white robot (in stock) and Carbon Black Xbox Controller (now sold on Amazon).
But, if you’re looking to grab one of the console’s many color variants, these are also on sale right now. red, blue and yellow Xbox consoles are also down to $47.99Which is actually a better deal, as it’s lower than the list price of $64.99 for $17.
Xbox consoles to $44.99 at Amazon (was $59.99)
This sale is also available at the likes of Best Buy, Walmart, and Microsoft Store, but Amazon’s got the best deal right now. Amazon has dropped the Robot White console to $45, while elsewhere, it’s down to $50 (down from $60).
This is a very similar deal to the DualSense discount we saw during the Sony State of Play sale, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it came back during Amazon Prime’s Prime Access Sale in October, just like the DualSense deal they returned on Prime Day.
Xbox console deal at Amazon UK
This Xbox Controller deal is also available to those in the UK, with black and white Xbox controllers dropping to £39.99, while color variants are £43.99 instead.
Amazon Prime early access sale soon
Amazon also announced a brand new Prime Early Access Sale for October (think Prime Day but later in the year). You can expect deals like these discounts on Xbox consoles, along with more deals on Amazon hardware, video games, technology, and more. Stay tuned to IGN to learn more, or follow IGNDeals to stay updated.
Echo Dot + Amazon Music Unlimited Subscription
Music Unlimited is $8.99 for Prime members + $0.99 for the Echo Dot. Echo Dot MSRP is $49.99.
Robert Anderson is a deal expert and trade editor at IGN. you can follow it @Robertliam21 on Twitter.
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