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The Best Xbox Deals: Save On Game Pass, Consoles, Elite Controllers, And More

Xbox Series X|S are great consoles for gamers on a budget thanks to the excellent Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription program and frequent deals for many of its games, including recently released titles. If you’re looking to add to your game library, there are a bunch of discounts on first-party exclusives and multi-platform blockbusters at major retailers. Some of these deals give you the chance to pick up games for the lowest prices yet this year.

Big name games aren’t the only Xbox products on sale, as you’ll also find some huge discounts on accessories such as carrying cases, cooling stands, headsets, and controllers. There’s even an Xbox Series S bundle up for grabs that comes with free digital goodies for Fortnite and Rocket League.

We’ve put together a list of the best Xbox game deals and best Xbox accessory deals below. Most of these sales don’t advertise an end date–so you’ll want to move fast if something catches your eye.

Xbox Series S Bundle

$309 ($317)

If you’re looking to get your hands on an Xbox Series S, this might be your best option. Not only will you get the affordable console and wireless controller, but you’ll also get some digital goodies for Rocket League and Fortnite–making this a great choice for fans of the free-to-play games.

3-Month Xbox Game Pass

$35 ($45)

Xbox Series X + Extra Controller

$540 ($560)

Xbox Series X + Gears 5


Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller (Open Box)

$112 ($180)

Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Controller + Watch Dogs: Legion


Microsoft’s new Elite Series 2 Core controller just launched this week in a white and black model. The controller features the premium feel of the standard Elite Series 2 but doesn’t come with the case, paddles, and extra analog sticks. It’s a good option for those who simply want a premium controller without all the extra doodads–though you can purchase them later on for $60.

Right now, you can get the controller with a free digital copy of Watch Dogs: Legion via Antonline, an authorized Microsoft seller.

Xbox Wireless Controllers

$48 ($60)

Xbox Wireless Controller + Watch Dogs: Legion


Best Xbox Games On Sale

If you’re yet to play Life is Strange: True Colors, now is the time to right that wrong. Typically listed for $60, you can purchase the emotional adventure for just $18. You’ll be treated to a twisting story filled with memorable characters–which are all brought to life by incredible acting.

Looking for something a bit more chaotic? Consider picking up Rainbow Six Extraction while it’s discounted to $16, or Call of Duty: Vanguard for $27. And if you’ve somehow managed to go all these years without picking up Fallout 4, you’ll find the Game of the Year edition on sale for $25, down from $60.

Other great deals include Microsoft Flight Simulator for $38, Farming Simulator for $40, and Riders Republic for $39.

You’ll find a lengthy list of the best Xbox game deals below.

Madden NFL 23

$53 ($70)

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

$19 ($60)

Battlefield 2042

$30 ($60)

Call of Duty: Vanguard

$27 ($50)

Elden Ring

$50 ($60)

Fallout 4 GOTY Edition

$25 ($60)

Farming Simulator 22

$40 ($60)

Far Cry 6 (preowned)

$20 ($60)

Forza Horizon 5

$45 ($60)

Grand Theft Auto V

$20 ($40)

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy

$36 ($60)

Guardians of the Galaxy

$25 ($60)

Halo Infinite

$42 ($60)

Microsoft Flight Simulator (preowned)

$38 ($60)

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

$44 ($60)

Life is Strange: True Colors

$18 ($60)

Rainbow Six Extraction

$16 ($40)

Lost Judgment

$30 ($60)

Riders Republic

$39 ($60)

Resident Evil Village (preowned)

$30 ($40)

Sonic Colors

$33 ($40)

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin

$43 ($60)

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

$50 ($70)

Watch Dogs: Legion

$9 ($60)

Vampire: The Masquerade Swansong

$38 ($50)

WWE 2K22

$29 ($60)

Xbox Store Digital Sale

Didn’t find anything you like in the above list? Xbox is currently running a few great digital sales that are discounting big names like Far Cry, Mass Effect, and Dragon Age. Be sure to check out the deals while you can.

Best Accessories On Sale

While many of the best Xbox accessory deals were highlighted above, there are still plenty of others worth mentioning. If neither of the official Xbox controllers caught your eye, maybe the Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma is a better match. The premium wired gamepad typically costs $150, but right now you can snag it for $120. The controller was on sale a few weeks ago before quickly reverting back to full price–so move fast before it disappears again.

Other notable accessory deals include the frugal Astro A10 Headset for $40, a protective console carrying case for $40, and the Razer Kairi Wireless Headset for $75. Beyond those, you’ll find a handful of great Xbox accessory deals below.

Astro A10 Headset

$40 ($60)

HyperX Cloud II

$75 ($100)

PowerA Enhanced Wired Controller

$30 ($38)

Razer Kaira Wireless Headset

$75 ($100)

Razer Kraken Gaming Headset

$45 ($80)

Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma Wired Controller

$120 ($150)

Rechargeable Battery Packs

$24 ($36)

SteelSeries Arctis 3

$50 ($70)

OIVO Charging Station

$18 ($40)

Xbox Series X Cooling Stand + Charging Dock

$40 ($50)

Xbox Series X Console Carrying Case

$40 ($45)

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