Microsoft is all ready to offer incredible deals for this Black Friday – you can check out the offers on the Surface and Windows 10 devices over here, but there’s plenty of discounts for Xbox as well.
Microsoft is offering discounts on everything Xbox – games, the Xbox Live Gold membership, and the Xbox consoles themselves. The Xbox One S is available at its lowest price ever – $249.
The Consoles and accessories
Starting from November 20th till November 23rd, Microsoft is giving $50 off on 1 TB Xbox One and Xbox One S consoles. This offer extends to all storage variations of the Xbox One and Xbox One S from November 24th till November 28th.
If you purchase an Xbox One S, you also get a free select game, and a $25 gift card.
For those of you who like to customize their Xbox accessories – Microsoft is offering $10 off on select Xbox Wireless Controllers and Xbox Stereo Headsets. If you are using the Xbox Design Lab, you can also engrave your accessories for free, if you make the purchase between November 24th to 28th.
The Games and subscription
Microsoft is also offering the Xbox Live Gold subscription with a $10 discount for 3-month and 6-month periods.
Xbox Live Gold members also get early access to Black Friday game deals – from November 18th – and get an extra 10% discount on every purchase.
If you already own an Xbox 360 or Xbox One and are not an Xbox Live Gold member yet – you can upgrade to Gold and pay a mere $1 for the first month, starting from November 18th till 28th.
There’re about 136 deals for games and DLC’s on Xbox One, and 107 deals for the Xbox 360. You can check out the full list of discounts on Major Nelson’s blog.
These deals are all available for Xbox Live Gold members from 18th of November, and 22nd of November for the rest.
50 games available from the Windows Store on Windows 10 are also on discount, including AAA titles such as Quantum Break, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War 4, and more.
Along with the games, the TV shows and movies offered on Xbox Store are also on discount by up to 40% – more details about that on Major Nelson’s blog.