Ebay Black Friday Week Deals: Red Dead Redemption 2, Black Ops 4, Xbox One

If you don't mind bundling you can save some cash.


Ebay's Black Friday week deals have kicked off, offering some deep discounts on games and consoles throughout the week. Naturally the biggest discounts are reserved for Black Friday itself, but some are unlisted so you'll have to check back on the big day.

Running Monday, November 19 through Tuesday, November 20, you can pick up an Xbox One X for $380, an Xbox One X 1TB with NBA 2K19 for $400, or another NBA 2K19 bundle that also throws in Assassin's Creed Odyssey for $420. You can also grab Super Mario Party for Nintendo Switch for $48. On Thanksgiving, November 22, Ebay is teasing another Xbox One X 1TB deal, but that price is unlisted for the time being.

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Then on Black Friday, you can get a double-pack of recent games with Red Dead Redemption 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on Xbox One for $70 together. An Xbox One S 1TB Minecraft Bundle plus an HP 27" Monitor can be had together for $330. A Nintendo Switch in Neon Blue and Red will be available that day too, with an unlisted price. Finally, an Alienware 17 R5 Gaming Notebook will be on sale for $1370.

Ebay notes that it is offering a Best Price Guarantee, which promises an Ebay coupon for 110% of the price difference if you happen to find a better price elsewhere.

The annual retail holiday traditionally follows the day after Thanksgiving, but retailers vying for your dollars have been expanding it to the days and weeks before and after. You can check out all of our Black Friday roundups for loads more deals on games, hardware, consoles, movies and TV series, and more.

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