Whether you’ve already upgraded to Microsoft’s Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S, or you’re waiting for the opportunity to buy one of the new consoles, you should be looking forward to the discounts that you’ll be able to enjoy through this year’s Black Friday Xbox deals. That goes the same for gamers who are sticking with the Xbox One X or Xbox One S, as there will be Black Friday deals that will focus on games and accessories for the previous-generation consoles. It’s not too early to prepare for the upcoming shopping holiday, especially if you don’t want to panic once the bargain prices start rolling out. Here’s what you need to know so that you can maximize the Xbox Series X and S deals and Xbox One deals on Black Friday.
Black Friday happens the day after Thanksgiving, and this year, it’s going to be on November 25. The gaming deals, however, will start much earlier than that, as we’re expecting retailers to launch their discounts for the shopping holiday on November 21 — the Monday of that week. You’ll be able to choose between completing your purchases as soon as possible, or you can wait for the biggest discounts that will be available on Black Friday itself. In any case, the price cuts will last through the week, and into Cyber Monday.
With Black Friday still some weeks away, you’ve got time to decide on whether you’re going to buy the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S, the Xbox One X or Xbox One S, or invest in accessories and video game deals for either generation of consoles. If you’re planning to get Microsoft’s most powerful console so far, our list of the best Xbox Series X games, which includes Halo Infinite, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, and Forza Horizon 5, shows just how much enjoyment you can get out of it if you take advantage of the upcoming Black Friday deals.
We’re sure that all the major retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy, will join gaming-focused sellers like GameStop in rolling out attractive discounts for the various Xbox models, as well as games and accessories. It’s too early to say which one of them will launch the largest price cuts, but we think that there won’t be much of a difference between the offers. As such, a good course of action would be to focus your searches on the websites that you’re most familiar with so that you won’t get lost once the Black Friday Xbox deals happen.
It doesn’t matter where you buy your Xbox consoles, games, or accessories though, since, as with the upcoming Black Friday PlayStation deals and Black Friday Nintendo Switch deals, you’re investing in a massively popular industry that won’t let you down. Developers are always pushing the envelope in making great games for all platforms, and if you choose to go with the Xbox on Black Friday, you won’t be disappointed by the gaming universe that you’ll unlock.
There won’t be any shortage of Black Friday Xbox deals across all the popular retailers, but you should know that on Cyber Monday, which is set for the Monday after the weekend following Black Friday, there will be more discounts for the platform. If you’re not able to take advantage of any offers during Black Friday, don’t worry because you’ll get another crack at your planned purchases on Cyber Monday.
However, it’s not a good idea to skip Black Friday altogether and focus solely on the Xbox deals of Cyber Monday. That’s because there’s no assurance that the same deals will be available, as stocks may get depleted after Black Friday. If you want to enjoy lower prices, it’s your choice if you want to wait and see what Cyber Monday will bring, but again, we can’t say for sure if consoles, games, and accessories will get cheaper. It’s highly recommended that you pull the trigger on an offer once you see one that you like on Black Friday, instead of rolling the dice for Cyber Monday.
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