The best deals on Xbox One consoles, controllers, and games right now — including $50 off 'Gears 5'


 

Xbox One X / Xbox One S

  • The Xbox One X is still the most powerful video game console on the market, and Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One games will be playable on its upcoming Xbox Series X as well.
  • Low cost subscription services, like Xbox Live and Xbox Game Pass, also bring tons of value and affordable games to the Xbox One.
  • Below, we’ve compiled the best deals on Xbox consoles, games, accessories, and subscriptions.
  • Right now, “Gears 5” is on sale for just $9.99 — that’s $50 off its regular price.
  • Target is also offering a special buy two, get one free promotion on select Xbox One games.

Microsoft debuted its first Xbox console less than 20 years ago, but the brand has blossomed into one of the titans of the video game industry. It’s current flagship console, the Xbox One, has shipped more than 50 million units worldwide and dedicated fans are eagerly awaiting the launch of the next Xbox console, the Xbox Series X, later this fall.

For now, the Xbox One X is the most powerful video game console on the market, out performing the PlayStation 4 Pro and Nintendo Switch. The Xbox One S is a strong console as well, boasting 4K resolution playback, HDR support, and a host of media center features that make it an ideal centerpiece for your home entertainment setup.

Microsoft has worked to create a robust ecosystem for Xbox fans, which will include letting them play Xbox One games on the upcoming Series X. Services, like Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass, also bring extra value to the console, offering thousands of games to players for a low price.

We’ve collected the best deals on Xbox One consoles, games, subscriptions, and accessories below. These should come in handy whether you’re an Xbox veteran looking forward to the Series X, or looking to pick up your very first video game console.

Here are the best Xbox One deals for June 2020:

  • “Gears 5,” $9.99 (originally $59.99) at Best Buy [You save $50]
  • Buy two, get one free deal on select Xbox One games at Target
  • Pre-owned Xbox One Wireless Controller, $44.99 ($59.99 new) at GameStop [You save $15 buying pre-owned]
  • Three Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership, $24.99 (originally $$44.99) at Best Buy [You save $20]

Prices and links are current as of 06/17/2020. Added new Xbox One video game and subscription deals. Removed deals that are no longer active. Updated by Kevin Webb.

Best Xbox One console deals

Due to high demand, stock for all Xbox One consoles remains low at many retailers, especially for the Xbox One X. With that in mind, the below products might not currently be available for shipment. We’ll update this section with more retailer options and discounts as stores add more inventory. 

  • Refurbished Xbox One S, $229.99 ($279.99 new) at GameStop [You save $50 buying refurbished]
  • Refurbished Xbox One (500GB original model), $179.99 at GameStop
  • Xbox One S Bundle with free copy of “Gears 5” or “Forza Horizon 4,” $299.00 from Microsoft
  • Xbox One X Bundle with free copy of “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order,” $299.00 (originally $399.00) from Microsoft [You save $100]

Best deals on Xbox One games

There are thousands of games available for Xbox One, so we’ve chosen to focus on just a few of the console’s most popular titles. Digital games are available through the Microsoft Store, which offers sales on a regular basis.

Right now, Target is offering a special buy two, get one free promotion on select Xbox One games. Qualifying titles include “Grand Theft Auto V,” “Minecraft,” “Halo 5,” and more.

    • Buy two, get one free deal on select Xbox One games at Target
    • “Gears 5,” $9.99 (originally $59.99) at Best Buy [You save $50]
    • “Borderlands 3,” $12.99 (originally $39.99) at Best Buy [You save $27]
    • “Forza Horizon 4 [Digital]” $24.99 (originally $59.99) from Best Buy [You save $35]
    • “Ori and the Will of the Wisps,” $19.99 (originally $29.99) from Best Buy [You save $10]
    • “Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice,” $9.99 (originally $29.99) from Best Buy [You save $20]

Best Xbox One controller deals

The Xbox One controller has become the standard for PC gaming thanks to its compatibility with Windows and countless indie games. Newer versions of the Xbox One controller make it easy to connect to your computer or phone with Bluetooth too. While most controllers use rechargeable batteries, the Xbox One controller still relies on AA batteries.

Microsoft also makes a premium Xbox One gamepad, the $180 Xbox Elite controller. The Elite series offers some notable improvements, like a rechargeable battery with 40 hours of playtime, four rear paddle bu tons for extra control, customizable thumbsticks, and a rubber grip.

There are no discounts currently available on brand-new Xbox controllers, but you can save $15 if you buy a pre-owned controller from GameStop.

  • Xbox One Wireless Controller, $59.99 at Target
  • Pre-owned Xbox One Wireless Controller, $44.99 ($59.99 new) at GameStop [You save $15 buying pre-owned]

Best Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass deals

Xbox Live Gold is a subscription service that’s required for online play with nearly all Xbox One games. The subscription also offers free games each month that remain available as long as the Xbox Live Gold subscription is active.

If you’re already an Xbox Live Gold subscriber, buying a discounted membership will add time to the length of your current subscription.

Meanwhile, Xbox Game Pass is a subscription gaming service that lets you download hundreds of games to your Xbox One or Windows PC. The service costs $5 a month on PC or $10 a month on Xbox One. New Game Pass subscribers will only pay $1 for their first month thanks to an ongoing promotion.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes an Xbox Live Gold subscription and will give you access to Game Pass on both PC and Xbox for a regular price of $15 per month. 

  • Three Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership, $24.99 (originally $$44.99) at Best Buy [You save $20]