Best Buy Slashes Xbox Series X Down to $399.99 For One Day Only

Microsoft will kick off its Xbox Games Showcase today (June 9), followed immediately by a major unveiling of the next Call of Duty game. If you’re looking for a top deal on an Xbox Series X during the major summer showcase, then this is the best deal you can currently find.

Best Buy is offering Xbox Series X consoles for $399.99, a $100 discount off the list price. This limited-time deal expires at the end of the day on June 9. More Xbox deals are expected in the coming weeks during Prime Day, and console sales are becoming more common so keep an eye on @IGNDeals on X (Twitter) for updates.

Woot is also offering a Grade A Certified Refurbished Xbox Series X for just $319.99 at the moment. This is a tremendous offering, and well worth considering if you’re looking to get the console for as little as possible.

With Summer of Gaming festivities kicking off, there are a few other Xbox-related deals to check out right now as well. In particular, you can score select Xbox controllers for up to $20 off at the moment at a variety of different retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, and Target.

There’s bound to be plenty more deals throughout this Summer of Gaming period, and we’ll make sure to keep you updated on the latest as they appear. To see even more deals on other platforms, like Nintendo and PC, you can also check out their respective roundups on the best Nintendo Switch deals and the best PC video game deals.

If rumors are true, there’s plenty to be excited about for Xbox’s summer showcase. From Gears 6, to an Xbox handheld, and Doom, it’s another make-or-break year for Xbox.

They’re revealing news from Xbox Game Studios, Activision Blizzard, and Bethesda, with the livestream begining at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST. You can tune in ahead of time for IGN’s pre-show, along with a Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 direct immediately following Xbox’s main show.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.


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