Microsoft is offering discounts and free games with select Xbox One consoles

It's day eight of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals, the company's annual shopping extravaganza. Up until now, it has offered up to $1,000 off Windows 10 PCs, a 15.6-inch Lenovo Ideapad notebook for $199, up to 50% off Xbox One games, $250 off its entry-level Surface Pro 4, a Lumia 650 for just $79, up to $250 off select premium PCs, and Xbox One consoles for just $179.

Today, Microsoft is offering discounts on the purchase of select Xbox One consoles. The Redmond-based company is cutting a sizeable $50 from the usual price of each configuration of its newer Xbox One S Minecraft, FIFA 17, Gears of War 4 and Battlefield 1 bundles. The 500GB, 1TB and 2TB versions can be purchased for $249, $299 and $399 respectively. And to sweeten the deal further, it is also giving buyers two free games.

But if you'd rather have the slightly older version of Microsoft's console, you can also purchase the Xbox One Tom Clancy's The Division bundle or a refurbished Xbox One for $229; both these deals sport the 1TB version of the console.

In addition, the company is offering select Xbox One accessories and games at discounted prices. The items listed in this promotion include ReCore, Forza Horizon 3, Far Cry Primal, the 4TB configuration of the Seagate Game Drive for Xbox, and more.

Moreover, if you can get to a Microsoft Store, you can also take advantage of the latest in-store-only 'Doorbuster' deal. Microsoft is providing the first customers in line with complimentary $25 Microsoft Store gift cards. It is important to note that this specific promotion is only valid while supplies last.

As with the other 12 Days of Deals, don't forget that today's offers are available for today only, and will end at 11:59pm PT.

You can find out about the next 12 Days of Deals offers here.

Source: Microsoft Store

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