Check out the best Xbox One Black Friday deals on cheap games and console bundles.
Black Friday 2017 is nearly upon us, ready to empty our wallets and fill our stocks with gaming bargains and if you want to live to see the dawn of another day, online shopping is your salvation. Deals for the deals god.
There are deals galore to be had in November when Americans from all over the country take the day off to eat turkey as a ruse to worship at the altar of retail shopping. We’ve cottoned on here too and while the turkey eating has sadly not made it across the pond to the UK, frittering money away on heavily discounted items sure has.
As of right now, the best Xbox One Black Friday deal available in the US is this 1TB Xbox One S with Assassin’s Creed Origins and Rainbow Six Siege for $299.99. Meanwhile, you can get an Xbox One X 1TB with Star Wars Battlefront 2 and COD WWII for $549.99. Over in the UK, there’s a 500GB Xbox One S with Rocket League for £169.99. For an Xbox One X, you’re looking at £429.99 from GAME.
This page will showcase the very best Black Friday deals for Xbox One, Xbox One X and associated games. You can also check out our top picks for the best PS4 Black Friday deals and likewise the best Nintendo Black Friday deals, PC gaming Black Friday deals. While you’re here, you may also want to check out our top picks for the best 4K TV Black Friday deals, too.
Best Black Friday Xbox One console bundles
Xbox Black Friday console deals – UK
- 500GB Xbox One S with Rocket League – £169.99
- Xbox One S 500GB White with Minecraft, Minecraft Story Mode and 3 Months Xbox Live Gold – £170
- Xbox One S 1TB with Forza Horizon 3 – £229.99
- Xbox One X – £429.99
Xbox Black Friday console deals – US
- Xbox One X (use code MPBF17) – $474.99
- Xbox One S 1TB with Assassin’s Creed Origins – $299.00
- Xbox One S 500GB with Madden 18 – $229
- Xbox One S 1TB with Middle-earth: Shadow of War – $299.99
Best Black Friday Xbox One game deals
Xbox Black Friday games deals – UK
- Resident Evil 7 for £15
- Wolfenstein 2 Steelbook Edition for £19.99
- Need for Speed Payback for £35.99
- The Evil Within 2 for £25
- Overwatch GOTY Edition for £27.95
- The Surge – £10.95
- Doom – £9.49
- Fallout 4 – £9.49
- The Division – £8.49
- Dishonored 2 – £9.49
- Battlefield 1 Revolution – £19.99
- Wolfenstein 2 – £19.99
- The Evil Within 2 – £19.99
- Madden 18 – £36.00
- FIFA 18 – £36.00
- Middle Earth: Shadow of War – £29.99
- Tekken 7 – £26.85
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – £20.00
- Destiny 2 – £28.99
- Prey – £9.99
- Titanfall 2 – £15.49
Black Friday Xbox games deals – US
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – $29.99
- Mafia 3 – $15.99
- Super Lucky’s Tale – $19.99
- Madden NFL 18 Limited Edition – $29.00
- Middle-earth: Shadow of War – $25.00
- Marvel vs Capcom Infinite – $39.99
- Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition – $29.99
- The Evil Within 2 – $24.99
- Injustice 2 – $19.99
- Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus – $24.99
- Forza Motorsport 7 – $39.99
- Sonic Forces Bonus Edition – $29.00
- Dishonored 2 – $15
Best Black Friday Xbox accessories deals – UK
Best Black Friday Xbox accessories deals – US
- Xbox Live Gold 12 Month Subscription for $39.99
- Microsoft Xbox Wireless Controller for Xbox One for $39.99
Last year was a big one and the overall cheapest Xbox One bundle for the UK audience was an Xbox One S 500GB console that came with copies of Minecraft and Forza Horizon 3, that was discounted down to just £199.99 at the time. The best value Xbox One deal, however, was from GAME, where you could grab an Xbox One S 500GB model with FIFA 17, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza Horizon 3 and a NOW TV Movies pass, all for £229.99. The stock of that one didn’t last too long, as you might expect. As for games, Amazon kept up a steady stream of discounts on some big name titles like Titanfall 2 (£28), COD Infinite Warfare (£35), Skyrim (£30), Dark Souls 3 (£17) and Fallout 4 for its lowest ever price of £13.
2016 also offered up a whole range of offers on 4K televisions which were a hot ticket item for many video game fans and console owners. Specifically, Amazon offered the top of the range LG 65-inch 4K TV for £1200 (£300 off), Currys discounted the Samsung 70-inch HDR-enabled 4K TV to £1300 (£600 off) and Costco hosted a Philips 49-inch 4K TV for only £530.
So what do last year’s deals tell us about Black Friday 2017? Quite a lot, actually. There was a definite focus on adding value to console bundles by throwing in a frankly ludicrous amount of games and pricing the whole lot up with a big saving rather than just discounting consoles on their own. With this year’s release of the Nintendo Switch and the upcoming launch of Microsoft’s brand new 4K-enabled Xbox One X, it’s likely that we’ll start to see the older model Xbox Ones and PS4 units being sold off for extra cheap prices, most likely with a slew of games packed in.
That said, now that the PS4 Pro has been out for a year and the Xbox One X will be on the market by the time Black Friday 2017 actually rolls around, it’s highly likely that we’ll see a whole range of 4K TVs seeing deep discounts, especially if they happen to be last year’s models and not the current cutting-edge tech. This year’s freshest sets haven’t seen a vast improvement over 2016 models, so you shouldn’t be at a disadvantage for picking up an older set, especially if you can get one for dirt cheap.
If you’ve been planning on getting a new console and aren’t fussed about 4K or having the newest model, Black Friday 2017 may be the perfect opportunity to pick up an Xbox One S and get that step closer to the 4K world. Retailers will be flogging the PS4, PS4 Slim, Xbox One, and Xbox One S at discounted prices as they get in more stock of the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. We’ll be keeping this page up to date over the next few weeks, through Black Friday itself and Cyber Monday week to make sure we’re bringing you the very best deals around.
Best Black Friday Xbox digital deals
Microsoft has already gone live with a massive list of Black Friday 2017 discounts on Xbox Live. Gold members get early access to these deals, now instead of November 20, which is when they become available for everyone else.
Discounts vary, but can go up to 65% in some cases. Gold subscribers get an extra 10%, too. We’ve highlighted a few of the deals below, and you can refer to this list for the entire thing. More deals could be added in Black Friday week, and we’ll update it if and and when.
- Agents of Mayhem – 40% – 50%
- Assassin’s Creed Origins – 20% – 30%
- atman: The Enemy Within – The Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) – 30% – 40%
- Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 Ultimate Bundle – 40% – 50%
- Call of Duty: WW2 – Digital Deluxe – 05% – 10%
- Dark Souls 3 – Deluxe Edition – 50% – 60%
- FIFA 18 – 30% – 40%
- Final Fantasy 15 – 50% – 60%
- Forza Horizon 3 Ultimate Edition 25% – 25%
- Gears of War 4 50% – 50%
- NBA 2K18 – 20% – 30%
- Need For Speed Payback – 30% – 40%
- Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 – 30% – 40%
- Rise of The Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration – 60% – 67%
- The Evil Within 2 – 40% – 50%
When does Black Friday start?
Black Friday is on Friday, November 24 this year, the day after Thanksgiving, and runs until the following Monday, November 27, when you can take advantage of Cyber Monday deals.
To ease you into the pre-Christmas festivities, the sales usually run for the week before Thanksgiving, so we expect discounts to start rolling out on Friday, November 17. We’ll keep you posted with all the best bargains as we hurtle towards the holiday.
In the meantime, we’ve put together a list of some of the best console bundles and game sales out there at the moment, if you can’t hold off until Black Friday.
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