Xbox One Deal And More In Best Buy's Game Sale In The US

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Best Buy has refreshed its weekly deals with a whole new slate of discounts and promotions for your perusal. It includes sales on a number of PS4 and Nintendo Switch games, as well as some discounts on Xbox One hardware and software.

As always, you can save even more money with a Gamers Club Unlocked membership. GCU members get 20% off all video game pre-orders and new (non-used) games. A two-year subscription costs $30, but considering you'll save $12 on each game that's regularly priced at $60, it pays for itself after just a few uses. You can subscribe here. Now onto this week's deals.

Anyone in the market for an Xbox One S will want to take a look at Best Buy's sale this week. You can get $50 off select bundles, including one that includes PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and one that comes with Sea of Thieves. That brings the price of either bundle down to $250--not bad for a console that can also play 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.

If you purchase an Xbox One, you can also save $20 on a second controller, $10 on an Xbox Live Gold subscription, and/or $10 on a headset thanks to a promotion running this week. It stacks on the Xbox One S deal above, so you can save quite a bit of money if you're interested in a new Xbox One S and those add-ons.

Video game sale highlights include Call of Duty: WWII for $40 ($32 with GCU), Kingdom Come: Deliverance for $45 ($36) and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle for $30 ($24). See the full list of deals below.

Xbox One

PlayStation 4

Nintendo Switch

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