The Best Xbox One S Deals We've Found So Far

By Sam Quirke,
Xbox One S All Digital Edition Black Friday Deals

Here's a round-up of the best Xbox One S console deals we've spotted so far this Black Friday, split into two categories: the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, and the standard Xbox One S 1TB.

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Black Friday Deals

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition was Xbox's attempt to draw some energy out of a waning hardware sales market, as everyone begins to anticipate the next generation. The All-Digital edition was already offered at a discount due to the fact that it doesn't have a disc drive, the idea being that customers might be tempted to pick up the All-Digital along with Xbox Game Pass and never worry about buying physical games (or indeed, spend all of their time playing Sea of Thieves, Minecraft and Fortnite anyway).

Update: Ebay has the scoop on Tesco with a £99 Xbox One S All Digital Edition including Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3. (We've removed the Very.co.uk offer as it seems the discount code isn't working for most people. Apologies!)

Tesco UK previously had the best offer, with an All-Digital edition for just £109. As reported by hotukdeals, this is a leaked Black Friday discount that's only available in stores – so stock is likely to be highly limited.

The games included in the bundle are Sea of Thieves, Minecraft, 2000 Fortnite V-Bucks and the Rogue Spider Knight outfit for Fortnite. The outfit comes with two style variants that become available to the player once in-game challenges are completed. This appears to be the standard in-the-box set direct from Microsoft. Microsoft UK have the same bundle down to £129. They also have the version that swaps Fortnite stuff for Forza Horizon 3 – also at £129.00.

Curry's PC World have the same deal as Microsoft in the UK – £129 for either Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle, and free Click & Collect. There's a 5% off code for certain Seagate hard drives with that deal, as well as 20% off of Currys' own Repair and Support plan.

Amazon UK has a Tutle Beach Recon 70X Headset bundled in with their Xbox One S All-Digital for £139.99 – so for £10 more than Microsoft's price, you get a Turtle Beach headset. Not bad.

In the US, everyone is on a level peg. Walmart are offering an Xbox One S All Digital Edition for $149.99 with the exact same standard offering – Sea of Thieves, the Fortnite gear and currency, and Minecraft. Best Buy have the exact same deal, as do Microsoft US.

Amazon US have just replenished stock on their deal at $149.99 with the Fortnite V-Bucks add-on.

Xbox One S Disc Edition Black Friday Deals

The disc-enabled version of the Xbox One S is available in a few bundled flavours – you will typically see it bundled with either Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition; Forza Horzion 4 with LEGO Speed Champions; Gears 5 (bundled with the rest of the main Gears series); NBA 2K20; three months of Xbox Game Pass for console (known as the Starter Bundle); or, most recently, a bundle with a second controller.

Let's start with Microsoft in the US, who are very considerately chucking in a digital code for Anthem with their range of disc friendly Xbox One S consoles – and they're all $100 off RRP:

Product Sale Price Regular Price Store Links
Microsoft Xbox One S 1TB Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Console Bundle $199.00 $299.00 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – Gears 5 Bundle $199.00 $299.00 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – NBA 2K20 $199.00 $299.00 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – Starter Bundle $199.00 $299.00 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – Two Controller Bundle $199.00 $299.00 View
Xbox One S 1TB Forza Horizon 4 & LEGO Speed Champions Bundle $199.00 $299.00 View
Microsoft UK have the same set-up, sadly without the Anthem code, with the range down £71 from RRP – though they have a couple of extra bundles in the mix for flavour. Do make sure you're buying the best deals, because they're cheekily still offering the game-less One S, and a Forza bundle without LEGO Speed Champions, for the same price as their content-rich counterparts.

Product Sale Price Regular Price Store Links
Xbox One S 1TB Console – Gears 5 Bundle £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – NBA 2K20 £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – PUBG Bundle £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – Rocket League Bundle £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – The Division 2 Bundle £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Console – Two Controller Bundle £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Forza Horizon 4 & LEGO Speed Champions Bundle £179.00 £249.99 View
Xbox One S 1TB Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Console Bundle £179.00 £249.00 View
Amazon US are currently completely out of stock on their disc-based Xbox One S bundles, but it might come back in. Regardless, it's the same price as Microsoft at $199 for the Gears 5, Battlefield 5, NBA 2K20 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order variants.

Amazon UK have an ever-so-slightly better deal on the Xbox One S Two-Controller Bundle at £167.90, but at the time of writing there are only a handful still in stock. You can grab the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Xbox One S bundled with Rage 2 for £179.99, or the Forza Horizon 4 and LEGO Speed Champions Xbox One S bundled with The Lego Movie 2 on 4K Ultra HD for £179.99. You can also pick up both of those with the Turtle Beach Recon 70X Gaming Headset.

Once again hotukdeals are reporting additional savings at Tesco UK, with the Two-Controller Bundle allegedly down to £159 in stores. Very.co.uk have the Xbox One S at £169.99 with either Forza Horizon 4, Jedi: Fallen Order or the Gears 5 bundle – £10 less than most other online retailers.

Other retailers in the US have similar offers. It's definitely worth considering Target for your Xbox One S console needs, just because a lot of them come with a $40 Target gift card as standard. Best Buy and Walmart can't really compete, offering no additional stuff on top of Microsoft's own $199.99 offer.

That's everything we've found so far. Let us know if you spot any other Xbox One S deals out in the wild!

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Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been a Newshound since 2016 and is now the Editor for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.