Microsoft finally revealed its full slate of Black Friday 2019 Xbox One deals during its X019 livestream, with discounts on Xbox One S and Xbox One X bundles, wireless controllers, games, and more. The company’s Black Friday deals kick off early for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Live Gold subscribers. On November 21, subscribers can log into the Microsoft Store’s website or any Xbox One or Windows 10 device to take advantage of this year’s Black Friday deals. Everyone else will have to wait until November 24. All Black Friday deals are available until December 2.
Black Friday Xbox One deals
For starters, all Xbox One devices are getting discounts of up to $150 off. All Xbox One X console bundles will go for $350, while all Xbox One S bundles will be $100 off, with several of them now costing $200. This also means you can get the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for $150–that system is bundled with digital codes for Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and bonus Fortnite content. Additionally, Xbox One controllers will see lowered prices with up to $20 off, while Design Lab controllers get a $10 discount.
Thankfully, if you want to be eligible for the early deals on November 21, you can take advantage of a Black Friday offer that’s available to new Game Pass Ultimate subscribers right now. Microsoft is currently offering new subscribers their first three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for only $1. Ultimate bundles Game Pass for console and PC, in addition to Xbox Live Gold. New subscribers will also get six months of Spotify, as long as they’re not already subscribed to the music-streaming service. On top fo that, new and existing subscribers get a free month of EA Access and three free months of Discord Nitro–like Spotify, you must also be new subscribers to both services.
Of course, a bunch of Xbox One games will be on sale, including first-party games like Gears 5, Forza Horizon 4, and Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition. Third-party games, such as FIFA 20, NBA 2K20 Legends Edition, and Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition will also see discounts.
Xbox All Access returns
Microsoft also recently announced that the Xbox All Access program is back for another holiday season. Anyone who doesn’t want to pay the full price for a console upfront can instead opt for a monthly payment plan. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition goes for $20/month, the Xbox One S for $23/month, and the powerful Xbox One X for $31/month. Each option runs for 24 months and comes with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for the full duration of the plan.
The best part of this round of All Access is that you’ll have the option to upgrade to Project Scarlett, the new Xbox console that is scheduled to arrive next holiday. Xbox One X All Access members will be eligible to upgrade after 12 months, but Xbox One S members will have to wait 18 months. All-Digital Edition members will also have to pay a $20 upgrade fee.
All upgrades must go through the retailer you purchased your original 24-month plan from, and you’ll have to re-up to a new 24-month plan (with new terms and pricing). In the US, Amazon is currently the only retailer offering All Access–in the UK, customers can subscribe starting November 5 at Smyths and GAME.
The following Xbox One games will be on sale from November 24 to December 2. Third-party titles are also slated to receive discounts, and we’ll keep you updated as more information is revealed.
- Gears 5 — $40 (
- Forza Horizon 4 — $30 (
- Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition — $25 (
- State of Decay 2 — $15 (
- Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice — $15 (
Console and accessory deals
Xbox One X bundles | $350 (
The Xbox One X is the most powerful console on the market that allows for 4K resolutions in some games. It also has quite a few bundles available at the moment that include games like Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order and NBA 2K20. All of them are on sale for $350 starting November 24 (November 21 for Game Pass Ultimate and Gold subscribers).
Xbox One S bundles | up to $100 off
The Xbox One S may not have the power for 4K gaming, but it still has a huge library of fantastic games. There’s also a big selection of Xbox One S bundles that pack in games like Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order and Gears 5. Xbox One S bundles will be $100 off, dropping regular Xbox One S bundles to $200 and the Xbox One X All-Digital Edition to $150.
Xbox One Wireless Controllers | up to $20 off
If you’re looking for an extra controller for a friend or just want a new colour, then the Microsoft Store is discounting its pads by up to $20. This includes Special Editions like the Night Ops Camo, Sport Blue, and Gears 5 Kait Diaz controllers.
Xbox One Design Lab Controllers | $10 off
For a more personal touch, Microsoft offers its line of Design Lab controllers, which let you customize the colour of pretty much every part of the pad. They cost a little more, but Microsoft is taking $10 off the price for Black Friday.
Turtle Beach gaming headsets | up to $125 off
Microsoft has a selection of Turtle Beach gaming headsets discounted up to $125. If you’re looking for one that works with your Xbox One, Turtle Beach makes some good quality headsets. These headsets go on sale starting November 28.
Xbox game hard drives | up to $20 off
If you play a lot of games and want to keep them ready to go on your Xbox One, then an external hard drive is absolutely essential. Microsoft has a couple of drives going on sale starting November 28.
More upcoming deals
- New Surface Pro 7 + Type Cover — up to $230 off
- New Surface Laptop 3 — up to $300 off
- Dell 24-inch Touch Monitor — $100 off
- Surface Book 2 — $500 off
- Surface Go — $150 off
- Asus ROG Strix G Gaming Laptop – $900 (
- Acer Predator Triton 500 Gaming Laptop – $1,400 (
- Lenovo Legion Y540 Gaming Laptop – $790 (
- Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless headphones — up to 50% off
- JBL Live 650 BT headphones — up to 50% off
- Bose SoundLink Revolve+ Bluetooth Speaker — up to 50% off
from GameSpot – Game News https://www.gamespot.com/articles/microsofts-black-friday-2019-deals-announced-xbox-/1100-6471091/