Xbox Series S Down to Just $250 With A Free Controller

Discounts on consoles are common throughout the year, but the best ones are typically found towards the end, around major sales like Black Friday. This time, however, we have a delightful surprise much earlier in the shape of Xbox Series S, which is now going for only $250 at Target.

This is an excellent price considering the console’s initial MSRP of $300. Plus, you get an additional controller (worth $60) at no extra cost when you buy the console. In addition to the standard white controller, you can also pick the somewhat more expensive red, blue, and Electric Volt colors in this bundle. All in all, you can save up to $105 in total if you order before time runs out.

Hence, there is no denying that you are getting a great deal here. The offer is valid till Saturday, 8th October.

This discount is provided on behalf of Target’s Deal Days sale, however, there is one caveat. This offer is only available for pickup at your local store, and with a discount this good, it’s not surprising that the console may run out of stock fast, so it’s best if you get one as soon as possible.

The Series S may have launched in 2020, but that doesn’t mean it can’t handle most modern-day games. The Xbox Series S is a cheaper alternative to the $500 Xbox Series X. Although it lacks a disc drive, has less storage, and less power, it nevertheless offers almost the same user experience.

You’ll have access to the same fantastic library as its more expensive counterpart. Game Pass Ultimate is an excellent fit for this console since it provides access to hundreds of digital games for a reasonable monthly charge.

Finally, the Amazon Prime Early Access sale, where you can get Xbox titles at ridiculously low prices, starts in only five days. Not just the games, but a wide variety of Xbox peripherals, including headphones and controllers, will also be discounted to some of their lowest rates ever. So, keep your eyes peeled for that one too. 

Farhan Ali
Farhan is a passionate writer with an undying love for games, PC hardware, and technology. With nearly 5 years of experience in blogging and over 14 years of experience in gaming, this is what he loves and does best.
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