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Microsoft Debuts Xbox One S Free Game Promotion

The latest Xbox One S deal lets users choose a free game when purchasing an existing bundle. This means customers get two games, while the promotion is also open to Xbox One customers.


is keeping the deals coming at a rapid pace. The company's latest offer is a limited time release. It gives customers a chance to grab a free game of their choice when buying an Xbox One. Yes, you read it right, this deal also includes consumers buying the original and more affordable Xbox One.

The Xbox One S bundle will cost $299 at retailers such as , Target, GameStop, Walmart, and Best Buy. Other retailers are included and all the big hitters are there. Of course, this deal is also available through the official .

One of the games customers can choose is NBA 2K17, “Or, if you're a fan of all things football, get the new Xbox One S Madden bundle and add in FIFA for free. Do you prefer shooters? Get the Xbox One S Halo Collection bundle and add Destiny: Rise of Iron for free. Want family friendly? Get the Xbox One S Minecraft Favorites bundle and add in Forza Horizon 3 (sensing a theme?) for free! The beauty is you choose how you want to join the Xbox family.

If you are interested in this offer, you still have plenty of time to snap it up. Microsoft says the deal will end on Oct. 1, which is exactly one week away. Unfortunately, this appears to be limited to US-based customers only.

Recent Bundles

A week ago, the company announced the Minecraft Favorites bundle for the Xbox One S. The 500GB bundle comes with a digital download of Minecraft and a number of added features. Back in August, Microsoft's annual bundle with FIFA was launched. An Xbox One with FIFA 17 is available in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

Microsoft started shipping the Xbox One S on August 2. The device is 40% smaller than the original version. It also includes upgrade like Bluetooth support, and improved controller, and 4K support.

SourceXbox Wire
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