Amazon and Walmart are selling the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for under $200

Ever since the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition was announced back in April, there's been some controversy around its price. At $249 bundled with three games - two of which are available with Xbox Game Pass - it's not much of a deal considering that you're sacrificing your ability to play games from a disc.

But then there are the deals, such as the one Amazon had for Prime Day. Today though, both Amazon and Walmart are selling the bundle for $199.14, an oddly specific price that's shared from both retailers, but not the Microsoft Store.

The bundle that the two companies are selling is the same one that's being sold across the board. The console itself includes a terabyte of storage, along with one Xbox Wireless Controller. There are also digital download codes for Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Forza Horizon 3, the first two of which are the ones that are already available with Xbox Game Pass. Sea of Thieves requires Xbox Live Gold to play, and a one-month subscription for that comes with the bundle.

If you want to check out the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, you can find it on Amazon here, or at Walmart here.

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