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Black Friday Xbox One deals

These discounts are the best in the game.

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Xbox One deals for Black Friday and Cyber Weekend:

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Free shipping and returns with Xbox One X

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Up to 50% off select xbox official gear

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Save $100 on fallout 76 xbox one x bundle from $399

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What to consider when buying a Xbox

As with any big purchase, there are a few things to consider when buying a Xbox:

Xbox Live Gold

You can subscribe to Xbox Live Gold with your Xbox, which gives you access to online content. It allows you to play online against your friends and other gamers. You’ll also be able to download demos, trailers and full games in the Xbox Live Arcade. If you want the ultimate gaming experience, Xbox Live Gold will give you the most advanced multiplayer, free games and exclusive member discounts on games in the Xbox Store.

Hard Drive Space

One thing to look out for when buying your new Xbox One is the hard drive space. Depending on whether you purchase the Xbox One X or Xbox One S and whether it’s part of a bundle package, the storage space will vary. The Xbox comes with either 500GB or 1TB of hard drive space.

Bundle packages

You can usually find Black Friday deals on Xbox One bundle packages. These include the console and a game or two for cheaper than they would cost if purchased separately.

4K gaming & entertainment

Xbox offers the ultimate gaming experience, with built-in 4K Ultra HD, giving you a sharper, more detailed picture. With your console resolution set to 4K UHD, everything including games and apps will be displayed at 4K. So whether you’re streaming via your apps or playing the latest game, you’ll have the clearest, sharpest picture you can get.

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