Xbox One Price Drops to $280

Get any of these five Xbox One bundles for $20 cheaper than normal right now.


For the second time in less than a month, Microsoft has cut the price of the Xbox One. Five Xbox One bundles are now available for $280 instead of $300, including a number of 500 GB systems that come with games and in one case a Kinect camera.

Click through the links below to learn more about the consoles and where you can buy them.

$280 Xbox One Bundles:

At the end of May, Microsoft announced a $50 price cut on all Xbox One models, bringing the system down to $300 from $350. Microsoft also temporarily cut the price of the Xbox One to $300 for periods in late 2015 and early 2016.

There's no word on how long this latest promotion will last or if it's permanent.

In other Xbox hardware news, Microsoft this week announced the slimmed-down Xbox One S, which is coming this year, as well as 2017's more-powerful Project Scorpio.

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