How To Get A New Xbox One X For $200 (US Only)

GameStop rolls out a pretty good deal.

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US video game retailer GameStop has rolled out a new trade-in campaign that lets you get a new Xbox One X for as little as $200.

The store is paying as much as $300 in trade-in credit when you trade in a PlayStation 4 Pro and apply the trade credit towards an Xbox One X purchase. The Xbox One X sells for $500, so applying the $300 credit means you can get it for only $200. Trading in a regular PS4, Xbox One S, or Nintendo Switch gets you $250 in store credit, which means you can get the Xbox One X for only $250. Finally, GameStop will pay $200 in store credit for the original Xbox One model when you apply the trade credit towards the purchase of an Xbox One X.

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The fine print on the trade-in deal specifies that it's good until August 28, so you have a few weeks to get things in order and make a decision if you're interested in the deal.

Also note that the trade-in values are for store credit only, not cash, and to get the full amount, your system has to be in full working order. GameStop will still accept consoles not in full working order, but potentially for a lesser amount.

The 1 TB Xbox One X launched in November 2017. It's a super-powerful version of the Xbox One that makes the games you may already own look even better. Recently, Microsoft launched a new Xbox One X bundle that comes with a copy of PUBG for the standard $500.

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