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Best Xbox One deals 2022: cheapest Xbox One prices

Best Xbox One deals 2022
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With so many cyber sales hitting the internet, there's never been a better time to score the best Xbox One deals. Plus, now with the arrival of the next-generation Xbox Series X and Series S, the Xbox One S and Xbox One X are cheaper than ever before.

The One S is the most affordable model, designed to provide high-quality gaming at a bargain price. When you're not playing Call of Duty, it doubles as a Blu-ray player. (There's also an All-Digital Edition Xbox One S, which is limited to streaming and downloading games).

The beefier Xbox One X is a lot more powerful than the 'S' and ups the stakes with true 4K gaming. It has a bit more oomph, so graphics and movies look noticeably crisper. 

Ready to level up your home entertainment? Read on for today's best Xbox One deals, discount and bundles...

Best Xbox One S deals

The Xbox One S carries a recommended retail price of $299. It upscales your current games collection from 1080p to 4K resolution and supports HDR (High Dynamic Range). It also has the ability to stream content from Netflix, and Amazon Video.

There are over 1300 Xbox One games on offer – including major franchises such as Halo, Call of Duty and Forza Horizon – so there's no chance you'll get bored.

The Xbox interface works well following a major update and the Xbox wireless controller is superb (although you'll need to keep a supply of AA batteries handy).

There's also the option to go for the pared-down All Digital Edition. It lacks a disc drive meaning it won't double as a Blu-ray player but it costs $50 less than the standard One S. 

Either way, you could save a small fortune with our handpicked Xbox One S deals below...

Refurbished Xbox One S 1TB $440 at Walmart

Refurbished Xbox One S 1TB $440 at Walmart
The Xbox One S is becoming incredibly rare, so if you see stock, grab it while you can. This deal gets you a refurbished One S with 1TB of storage. There are worse ways to spend your weekend, right?

Xbox Series X/S   From $25 per month at Best Buy

Xbox Series X/S  From $25 per month at Best Buy
Just have to have the latest and greatest Xbox? Thanks to the Xbox All Access finance deal, you can get a new Xbox Series S or X console with a 24 months Game Pass Ultimate from only $25 per month. You pay nothing upfront and 0% APR. Terms and conditions apply.

Best Xbox One X deals

Like to go big or go home? Want true 4K gaming? Look no further than the formidable Xbox One X. It might be chunkier than the One S, but this capable box of tricks delivers smoother graphics and lightning-fast load times. 

It also doubles as a family-friendly entertainment hub, providing access to streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. When playing 4K Blu-ray discs, you'll notice a serious bump in picture quality. 

So, if you have a 4K TV and want arguably the finest all-in-one console currently available, this is it. The One X comes in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB storage capacities and costs from $399 in the States. 

Don't want to pay full price? We've found it much cheaper – check out these Xbox One X deals below and pocket the savings.

Xbox One X 1TB with NBA 2k20 $677 at Amazon

Xbox One X 1TB with NBA 2k20 $677 at Amazon
This ultra-rare bundle (hence the price) gets you the Xbox One X console with a chunky 1TB of storage and a copy of the wildly-popular sport game, NBA 2k20. If you're hoops fan, this could be a good option.  

Xbox One X 1TB (Renewed) $499 at Amazon

Xbox One X 1TB (Renewed) $499 at Amazon
The Xbox One X is still one of the best games consoles you can buy, but there's huge demand. You can save money by opting for a renewed model at Amazon, which include consoles and wireless controller.

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Read our review of the Xbox One X

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Tom has been writing about tech for 17 years, first on staff at T3 magazine, then in a freelance capacity for Men's Health, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile tech, electric cars and video streaming.