Xbox One S Battlefield 5 Bundle On Sale For $175 Today Only (US)

And yep, it has a disc drive.


If you're in the market for an Xbox One and have been waiting to buy it for less than $200, here's a solid deal for you: An Xbox One S bundle with Battlefield V is available for $175 via GamerCandy at Rakuten right now. While listed at $200, members get $25 off their purchase, and all you have to do is set up a free Rakuten account. Once you're signed in, just apply coupon code GAMEC25 during checkout. It'll drop to $175, complete with free shipping and no sales tax.

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This exact bundle is selling for between $200 and $250 at other retailer sites, so this is currently the best discount you'll find. The coupon is only valid for the rest of today, April 17, so hurry if you want to claim this deal.

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This deal follows the announcement of Microsoft's new Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, which doesn't have a disc drive for playing physical games or DVDs, but is otherwise identical to the regular Xbox One S. That all-digital console is selling for $250, a price some fans have felt is too high considering the Xbox One S is regularly on sale for $250, $200, and as Rakuten shows, sometimes even less. We can only wait and see how the price fluctuates on the digital Xbox One down the road, but for now, you can pick up the original Xbox One S--disc drive and all--for the very reasonable price of $175 while this promotion lasts.

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