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Black Friday Deals 2016: Xbox One, Xbox One Elite Prices Slashed; Check Out Games Bundled with The Consoles! [VIDEO]

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Microsoft's Xbox One and Xbox One Elite receive price slash even before Black Friday 2016 begins.

Xbox One, Xbox One Elite Black Friday sales

Ahead of Black Friday 2016, Microsoft official store slashes the two consoles' price to £179 and £199. Furthermore, Xbox One is sold in bundle with either "Rise of The Tomb Raider," "Rare Replay," "Forza Motorsport 6" or "Gears of War."

The Elite console is offered differently as Microsoft bundles the device with 1TB hard drive and wireless controller for every purchase. The price cuts are obviously Microsoft's move to sell out Xbox One devices.

As for Xbox One S games, Target has listed "Battlefield 1" bundling with 500 GB variant for $249.99.

This Black Friday deal offers a $50 cheaper than its usual price. Xbox One game "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition" is sold at $59.99, according to The Verge.

Black Friday deal starts Nov. 24 and the fans are hoping that Xbox One S would also receive price cut during the event.

The console is dubbed as excellent 4K device and with the Black Friday sale approaching, they can expect an affordable console.

Amazon joins the other retailer - offering Xbox One at the best price with £170 while Tesco is bringing a great bargain for Xbox One 500 GB variant and game at £170.99.

How to find the best Xbox One deals on Black Friday 2016 sales?

You can prepare yourself for a good bargain, by browsing through the deals or listing what kind of console and game you would like to purchase, Eurogamer has learned.

Each console, such as PS4, Xbox One, or Xbox One S, will be categorized and bundled with certain games - thus, it would be a good idea to have time to think and sort the lists out based on your preference before deciding to grab one on Black Friday.

 

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