The bundle contains both an Xbox One and a digital download code for the online FPS. The regular price is for the bundle is £399.99, so that's a fairly sizeable £50 saving. It is by no means an official price cut from Microsoft, so it is almost inevitable that the price will return to £399.99 at both retailers over the next couple of days.
The Xbox One launched in the UK last November with an RRP of £429.99, but Microsoft officially cut the price by £30 after the machine had been on sale for just over three months. For the sake of comparison, it took the Xbox 360 almost two years to see its first price cut.
This latest Xbox One deal follows electronics store Maplin selling Xbox One stock for £349.99 at the start of March, but comes with two major advantages: you get a copy of Titanfall thrown in, and you don't have to buy anything from Maplin.
Are you tempted to pick one up?