The best Cyber Week Xbox deals for 2020

Cyber Monday is over, but there’s no shortage of Cyber Week deals that remain available for gaming consoles such as the Xbox. The hype is currently focused on the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, but retailers are still offering deals for the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, as well as games and accessories. You will likely find some great Cyber Week deals for the previous-generation consoles, and if you see an offer that you like, don’t hesitate, as these deals won’t be around for long.

If you’ve always wanted an Xbox, or if you’re planning to give the console to a loved one, now is the perfect time to buy. There are also offers for various Xbox accessories, Xbox games, and Xbox Live subscriptions, so you can expand your gaming arsenal for less. Whether you’re sticking with the Xbox One S and Xbox One X or eyeing the jump to the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, you should consider shopping these last-minute Cyber Week gaming deals before stocks sell out and these deals are gone for good.

Best Cyber Week Xbox deals

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FIFA 21 – Xbox One & Xbox Series X

$28 $60
The latest installment of FIFA offers the most immersive football experience on Xbox and this is your opportunity to pick it up at an amazing price.
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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice for Xbox One (Digital Code)

$10 $30
If you missed it on release, pick up this terrifying psychological horror game and play as Senua, a Celtic warrior on a quest into Viking hell to rescue the soul of her dead lover.
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Tomb Raider Definitive Edition (Digital Download)

$3 $20
If you haven't yet played the Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider, now's your chance. With gruelling environments and high-octane combat, it's Lara's best adventure yet.
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Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

$50 $60
Take to medieval England in the latest entry in the Assassin's Creed series. Step into the role of a vicious Viking and conquer the land.
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Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order for Xbox One

$30 $60
Pick up this game for over half off and complete your Jedi training - with an innovative lightsaber combat system - before the Imperial Inquisitors uncover your plan to revive the Jedi Order.
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Cyberpunk 2077 for Xbox One

$50 $60
Live the cyberpunk life in this dystopian open-world adventure game from the same development studio that brought us The Witcher series. Available for pre-order at a discount now.
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HyperX CloudX Stinger Core Xbox Headset

$32 $40
The HyperX CloudX Stinger Core is the perfect entry-level headset for the Xbox gamer looking for great sound at an affordable price, with crisp sound and superb chat quality.
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1-Month Xbox Live Gold Membership

$7 $13
Get ready to jump online with a one-month membership, enabling you to compete in online multiplayer and grab exclusive deals.
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PowerA Charging Stand for Xbox One

$16 $20
Ditch the batteries and charge your controller with this handy stand, which features snap down charging for one standard or Elite Wireless Controller and a light-up LED base.
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Logitech G920 Dual-Motor Feedback Driving Force Racing Wheel with Pedals

$250 $400
This is a solid discount on what is, hands-down, the best racing wheel and pedal setup for the Xbox One or Windows PC.
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Star Wars: Squadrons for Xbox One (Digital Code)

$24 $40
Master starfighter combat as you take off in starfighters like the TIE fighter and X-wing and immerse yourself in the single-player story, or dive into multiplayer dogfights.
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3-Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

$36 $40
Get three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and unlock a library of games to download for free with this bundle that includes Game Pass for PC and Xbox Live Gold.
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Western Digital Black 12TB D10 Game Drive for Xbox One

$240 $300
Store a (console's) generation's worth of save files and memories with the WD Black 12TB game drive for the Xbox One, capable of storing all your games, photos, data, and more with room to spare.
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NBA 2K21

$27 $60
The latest release in the world-renowned, best-selling NBA 2K series. With exciting improvements on its best-in-class gameplay, competitive and community online features, and game modes.
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Ori and the Will of the Wisps Collector's Edition

$30 $50
Unravel Ori's true destiny in a world with towering enemies and challenging puzzles. The Collector's Edition includes an art book, a CD and MP3 download for the game's soundtrack, and a steelbook.
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Forza Horizon 4 Standard Edition

$15 $60
Collect, modify, and drive more than 450 cars in this open-world driving game where you can explore beautiful and historic Britain across different seasons.
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ESYWEN Controller Charger for Xbox One

$20 $23
Can't keep up with your controllers' charging needs? You can rely on the ESYWEN dual Xbox One controller charging station to provide you with endless hours of gaming with consistent and fast charging.
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Western Digital 1TB Gaming Drive SSD

$170 $200
For ultra-fast gaming speeds and almost completely eliminated loading screens, take the WD 1TB Gaming Drive SSD out for a spin and watch your photorealistic gaming take on a whole new meaning.
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Mortal Kombat 11

$13 $20
Continue the epic saga through a new cinematic story that's more than 25 years in the making. A new graphics engine immerses you in every brutal detail, and you can customize your characters too.
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PowerA Charging Station with Elite Door for Xbox One

$19 $30
This Xbox-licensed dual charging station, which is also compatible with the Xbox Elite wireless controller, comes with two rechargeable battery packs and shows charge levels through LED light bars.
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Xbox One Green and Gray Wireless Controller

$55 $65
Get a nice looking green and gray Xbox One wireless controller and enjoy gaming comfort with a textured grip. Bluetooth tech is in place for easy connection with Windows 10 PCs and tablets.
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RUNMUS Gaming Headset

$21 $43
Experience quality audio with the Rummus headset, which can alternate between gaming and party chat, with red LEDs and a noise-canceling mic for crystal clear comms.
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PowerA Enhanced Wired Controller for Xbox One

$25 $29
This officially licensed controller for the Xbox One features two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons at the back and a removable USB cable for reduced input latency.

How to choose an Xbox

The Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s next-generation consoles, launched on November 10. The Xbox Series X is the more advanced console that supports up to 8K gaming, while the Xbox Series S is the budget-minded counterpart with no disc drive. Both consoles, however, offer complete backward compatibility for Xbox One titles.

If you can afford it, go for either the Xbox Series S or the Xbox Series X. That said, the Xbox One S and Xbox One X will remain very capable consoles for the next few years, especially with the massive Xbox One gaming library that stretches back to 2013. Similar to the names of their successors, the Xbox One X is more powerful with 4K gaming, while the Xbox One S is a cheaper version that is priced even lower if you choose the all-digital edition.

For gamers who want to play the latest titles, and for those who are ready to upgrade from the Xbox One generation, you should be on the lookout for special offers on the Xbox Series S or Xbox Series X. However, if you are on a tighter budget, the Xbox One, the Xbox One S, and Xbox One X are still great gaming options.

Another thing to consider is whether the disc-less Xbox One S or Xbox Series S fits your gaming lifestyle. These versions of the Xbox will work for you if you are fine with going all-digital and you have a stable internet connection for downloading games. However, if you want to display your physical discs to showcase your collection and if you have the cash to spare, buy the Xbox One X or Xbox Series X.

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