Shoppers rush to buy Xbox Series S at its lowest price ever – start gaming for £100 less

AMAZON Prime Day is finally here and with it the best offers on the internet.

Below are some of the lowest gaming prices including an offer not to be missed on Xbox.

The cheapest console is now cheaper.


The cheapest console is now cheaper.Image credit: Kamil S via Unsplash

Xbox recently announced a new version of the Xbox Series S that will have 1TB of internal storage.

Available in black, this console doubles the storage capacity of the all-digital Xbox console.

With the September release, we’ve seen better and better deals on the original Series S.

However, this is the best deal yet, saving you £100 off the console’s standard price.

The Xbox Series S is considered a budget option for gamers as it is more affordable than any other console on the market.

With the return of the £1 Xbox Game Pass offer, you can play new releases for just £150 when you buy this console.

Normally, the Series S costs £250, but the best deals can see the price reduced to as low as £200.

However, the latest deal sees the console £100 less than RRP, costing just £150.

This console is refurbished, which means it was previously purchased but returned due to a defect.

These defects are usually superficial, such as a loose plug, and are then fixed and resold.

These are often sold at a discount, but this is still much larger than usual.

Refurbished consoles tend to sell for around £230 as they are in brand new condition.

They should work just like a new console and have the same refund policy as new consoles.

To take advantage of the offer, buyers need a Prime membership.

Prime Day offers end on Wednesday, July 12, 2023 So you’ll have to hurry to grab one.

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