Xbox One Titanfall bundle drops to $450 at Wal-Mart, Best Buy
[UPDATE] Deal also valid at Amazon.
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[UPDATE 2] Use code "X1AMAZON" to get $50 off on the Xbox One Titanfall bundle at Amazon.
[UPDATE] Xbox One systems, including the Titanfall bundle, are also available for $450 at Best Buy.
The original story is below.
The deal went live today (thank you, Dealzon), though it's unclear how long it will last. If you're on the prowl for a new Xbox One, now seems like a good time to jump in, as it's the best deal around.
Other retailers like GameStop and Amazon continue to sell the Xbox One and the Xbox One Titanfall bundle for full price.
For the Wal-Mart deal, you'll need to add the console to checkout and then sign in to a Wal-Mart or guest account to see the final price. Free shipping and free store pickup delivery options are available.
Wal-Mart is also currently offering a "starter" Xbox One bundle that includes a system and your choice of any Xbox One game for $500.
The world's largest retailer made other gaming-focused headlines this week, as Wal-Mart on Monday announced that it would go head-to-head with GameStop in the used game space with a trade-in program launching March 26.
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