Xbox One X bundles are a little difficult to get hold of right now, with the UK and US seeing limited offerings from all the usual retailers. That's likely because Xbox Series X pre-orders are due to take off soon, and with a competing price point of $499 (£449), it looks like the One X is going quiet for a little while. That might not be too long, however. If Microsoft does want to run its Xbox system without generational differences in place, it will likely keep the Xbox One X on the shelves at a discounted price. We've seen little to no stock over the past few months, though, so if you can't wait until November for the next generation you'll want to pick up a cheap Xbox One X deal as soon as you see one.
With the Xbox Series X price having been announced at $499 (£449), however, many are looking to Xbox One X deals to tide them over until the new console drops its costs.
Gamers looking for the most powerful console ever made to date have been keen to pick up Xbox One X deals since release but there was a high cost to pay in the early days. You'll find all the latest Xbox One X bundles available here, with information on current stock levels and news on the latest Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the Gears of War collection, and Forza Horizon 4 bundles that are awaiting a restock.
If you're after something a little cheaper, you can head over to the latest Xbox One S bundle deals.
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Xbox One X bundles (USA)
US Xbox One X deals are still thin on the ground. Nevertheless, we've still found you a cash-saving bundle in the form of the NBA 2K19 offer below. There's a cheaper game included here, but with consoles by themselves sitting at $499, it's well worth it if you're on the looking for a new Xbox.
If this bundle doesn't suit, we'd probably recommend holding off on a purchase until the normal $399 bundle offers come back into stock at Microsoft, Amazon, and other big retailers. Below we've rounded up a list of the best retailers to keep an eye on for when stock returns back to normal.
Xbox One X | NBA 2K19 |
$499.99 $419.99 at Newegg
This Xbox One X deal from Newegg brings you the previous NBA title with a 4K console for $419 this week. Considering we’ve seen everything from crazy expensive surge pricing to a nation-wide stock outage over the last few weeks, this is a decent chance to pick up an Xbox bundle for less.
- Microsoft: has been out of stock since late March
- Best Buy: out of stock at time of writing
- Amazon: has some renewed Xbox One X deals in stock starting at $398.
- Adorama: currently only controllers available in stock.
- B&H Photo: Xbox One X deals currently on backorder.
- Newegg: Still has Xbox One X bundles in stock, but for inflated prices.
Xbox Box One X bundles (UK)
Xbox One X factory refurbished: £299 at Amazon
You can now pick up a factory refurbished Xbox One X for £299 at Amazon, making it the cheapest way to grab the 4K console right now. Of course, for an extra £60 you can pick up a box-fresh console, but that’s effectively a whole game you’re missing out on.
Xbox One X Robot White special edition: £359.99 at Amazon
Grab the Robot White special edition of the Xbox One X for just £359 at Amazon this week. That’s a decent price considering other retailers are charging upwards of £400 for the console alone right now, and it’s well worth it if you’re looking to make the most of Game Pass or pick up some cheaper titles.
Xbox One X | Call of Duty Modern Warfare: £399 at JD Williams
This is a rare bundle these days – an Xbox One X with a game coming in under the standard price of the console. We haven’t seen Xbox One X bundles like this in a while, so we don’t know how long this offer from JD Williams will last.
Xbox One X | FIFA 20, NFS Heat | £419.99 at JD Williams
You can save some cash by picking up this FIFA 20 bundle that also includes Need For Speed Heat for £419. These are the latest bundles to hit the shelves, so we don’t know how long this particular offer will last.
- Amazon: stock coming in and out with deals on renewed and new
- Currys: no stock at time of writing, but has been available over the past few weeks
- Microsoft: out of stock, including the new Cyberpunk 20177 bundle
- John Lewis: no Xbox One X stock currently available
- Argos: no Xbox One X stock available
- Very: no Xbox One X stock currently available
- AO: no stock available at time of writing
If you're after more games for your Xbox One X, then why not check out our Xbox Game Pass deals page. There's also plenty of savings to be had on online play as well with our top picks of the best Xbox Live Gold sales.
What is the Xbox One X price?
The Xbox One X MSRP is $499 in the US and the UK RRP currently sits at £449. So sure, it looks like UK gamers are paying considerable more as the direct currency conversion would have it at £390. On the plus side, retailers are starting to cut prices and we're seeing games bundled in too. So you should never pay those costs for the console alone today.
Why should I buy an Xbox One X?
Just to be clear, this is not what you'd call a 'next-gen' console. Instead it's a more powerful version over the current Xbox One lineup. To simplify things, it's akin to Sony's PS4 Pro. Both consoles are aimed at gamers with a 4K HDR TV who want the best graphical performance possible on their favored console. There will be modest performance boosts on non-4K TVs too, but you're kind of missing the point without a 4K HDR TV.
The Xbox One X will play all Xbox One games and there are no games released exclusively for the Xbox One X, so there's certainly no reason to throw away your older Xbox One.
The Xbox One X is the most powerful console ever made though, even outshining some of the specs of the PS4 Pro. But given the huge asking price, you'd hope as much. The Xbox One X is making bold claims about true native 4K gaming though and if you have a 4K TV with High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, the Xbox One X is ready to seriously impress with the likes of Forza Motorsport 7, Metro: Exodus and Anthem acting as true jaw-droppers in the graphics department.
Where can I buy an Xbox One X?
Most of the usual big name retailers are stocking the Xbox One X. Prices are much better than they were at launch now too.
Keep an eye on the highlighted Xbox One X bundles above and our comparison chart, which we'll keep up to date on the latest prices for the Xbox One X on its own. So feel free to bookmark us and check in again soon to see if we've found the deal that's right for you.
What if I don't care about 4K or want to save money?
The standard Xbox One S is a fantastic games console and you'll easily be able to get one with a few games for around $220/£200 or less. There are cheap deals all year round on our Xbox One deals and PS4 prices, deals and bundles pages.
Only kidding. I want 4K HDR in my face right now.
4K TVs with HDR are nowhere near as expensive as you'd think. The prices have come down much faster than the original HD TVs, so you can get a decent model for a low price. Hell we've seen some nice ones for less than the price of the Xbox One X itself (what a ridiculous world we live in). For the best of the best, take a look at our best TV article. We've also rounded up the best cheap 4K TV deals too in the UK, and also a collection of US TV deals.
How big is the hard drive in the Xbox One X?
For now, the only option available is the 1TB option, that's 1000GB of storage. There are no official plans for larger versions..
With some 4K-friendly update patches to games coming in at over 100GB, we certainly wouldn't hold out for a cheaper 500GB Xbox One X, as it'd be a bit pointless to be honest.
We think gamers are going to fill up the 1TB Xbox One pretty soon. Thankfully the Xbox One X is compatible with external hard drives using USB 3.0. So if you need some extra storage, check out our list of the best external hard drives.