Amazon has added a $50 credit bonus towards the purchase of the Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition 500GB Bundle, which is currently priced at $349.00.
That time of yr again. Expect crazy bundles lol
Tell me about it. I was planning to get an Xbox One in 2016 but I might be able to get an Xbox One sooner than I thought. Knowing how desperate Microsoft is to get consoles off the shelves to compete with the PS4 and knowing how crazy Microsoft makes these deals during the holidays, they might just start giving Xbox One's away to people for free this holiday lol
Yeah, wait til they're free, unless you're really into something they got, I don't find much use for it. I got a X1 I got for a rock bottom street price, and the thing just sits there collects dust.
You should dust more often.
I'm tempted...particularly since I buy a lot on Amazon...but part of me says wait until closer to Black Friday when I can get one of these bundles with a couple other games thrown in. I'd be more interested in the Halo 5 LE bundle though. That's a nice looking console, but it's a lot to spend for it, and a digital voucher in a steel book is kind of a slap in the face to collectors. Sometimes I wonder if they know who these steel books and LE's appeal to.
Might as well just get the MCC 1 TB bundle. A game with significantly more content and twice the storage.
HDD in a X1 is totally irrelevant since you can hook an external drive. So recommendation is to go for the cheaper X1 and buy an external HDD. With a around $50 you can buy an external 1TB, having thus a total of 1.5 TB. This means that you'll have a X1 with 500gb more than MCC bundle for $50 less.
Or even a 2Tb HDD for the PS4 for less than $95. Buying a new console for more storage is truly not a good practice.
This is to be expected. I have a feeling the Xbox One will be down to $300 by the holiday season. It'd be a smart move on their part.
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