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This is your last chance to score these $150 Xbox One S bundles before Christmas

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition review
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We saw some great console discounts and bundle offers on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even the Nintendo Switch during this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday events, and extended holiday sales have kept the deals coming almost non-stop. Christmas is less than a week away now, so while it’s starting to get a little late to order last-minute gifts online, it’s not too late to take advantage of deals and steals like these $150 Xbox One S bundles – and this could be your last chance to score one of these consoles at this price and have it delivered before Santa arrives.

The good news for last-minute shoppers is that you’ve got a few options here from different retailers, with Amazon, Target, Walmart, and GameStop currently offering these Xbox One S bundles at a discount. Amazon, Walmart, and Target all have deals on the new Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, which is a great option for the many gamers who are increasingly ditching discs altogether and opting for online content libraries instead. Many people already do this with their music and movie libraries (as well as with PC games through services like Steam), so it was only a matter of time before consoles caught up.

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition also comes bundled with three titles: Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Fortnite, so you can get gaming right out of the box. It also packs a 1TB hard drive, which should give you plenty of room for your downloads. The main drawback of the All-Digital Edition is that the absence of a disc drive means you can’t use it to play your Blu-ray movies, but of course, you can still stream 4K video content to your heart’s content with services like Netflix and Hulu (so if you’re already a dedicated steamer, you’re all set).

If you gotta have that disc drive, though, then you’re not out of luck: GameStop has its own Xbox One S bundle deal which includes the standard console (disc drive and all) plus a copy of NBA 2K19. This gives you the full functionality of the Xbox One’s awesome multimedia capabilities, including the option to play Blu-ray movies. And of course, you still have the option to stream your favorite shows and movies as well.

Whether you decide to go all-digital or not, each of these Xbox One S bundle deals rings in at just $150 right now from the above retailers. Note that with the free shipping options from Target and GameStop, you may not receive your order before Christmas day, but Walmart is offering free two-day shipping and you also get that if you have Amazon Prime. Act fast, though; if it’s a late gift for someone or just a Christmas treat for yourself, these deals could be your last chance to score an Xbox One S as its Black Friday pricing before the decade is out and 2020 is here.

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