The best Xbox One bundle deals for Christmas

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Want the best Xbox One bundles in time for Christmas? Not sure which model to go for? Don’t worry - we’ve rounded up the top deals for you here in a handy, easy-to-understand guide. No matter what you choose, it’s a good time to jump on the Xbox bandwagon; they’re cheaper than ever, newer models can display in gorgeous 4K, and the lineup keeps getting better with exclusives like Forza Horizon 4 and Halo 5: Guardians. When you throw in a strong online service via Xbox Live and hundreds of on-demand games thanks to Xbox Game Pass, the console becomes all the more enticing. 

But which version should you go for? There are currently two options: the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S. Although both of them are 40% smaller and more economical than the original Xbox One (they both pack 1TB of internal memory, too), only the Xbox One X can display games in 4K resolution. It’s also more powerful, translating to faster load-times. That souped-up tech comes at the cost of affordability, however - the X is at least $100 more expensive than the Xbox One S. Either way, we’ve got you covered with the best Xbox One bundles below. 

Once you’ve settled on your console, make sure you take a look at the best Xbox One games to go with it as well! 

Xbox One bundles - USA

Xbox One S with Battlefield 5 and Echo Dot (3rd Gen, Sandstone) for  $249.99 (save $50)
If you fancy an up-to-date Echo Dot and the Xbox One S this Christmas, this is the deal for you - you're basically getting the Dot for free. If you don't like the Sandstone colour, you can get the Heather Gray option for the same price.  View Deal

Xbox One S 1TB with Battlefield 5 for $219 at Walmart (save $30)
You can do a whole lot worse than getting a 1TB Xbox One S with Battlefield 5, a game we said "pays homage to the series’ origins while simultaneously feeling its way towards new horizons for the franchise".View Deal

Xbox One X with Fallout 76, Fallout collectable box, Gears of War 4 digital code, 1 month of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass for $429 at Walmart
Reclaim what's left of post-nuclear America in glorious 4K with Fallout 76 and this Xbox One X bundle. It also gives you two apocalypses for one by including a digital code for Gears of War 4.View Deal

Xbox One S 1TB with Forza Horizon 4 for $229 at Walmart (save $70)
Walmart's deal will nab you one of the best Xbox One exclusives on the market and a 1TB console. Forza Horizon 4 lets you cruise around an open-world virtual Britain, while the extra storage of the Xbox One S gives you room for plenty more games in the future.View Deal

Xbox One X, PUBG, and 1 extra wireless controller for $429 at Walmart (save $70)
Get in on one of the most talked-about shooters of the last year... and get some couch co-op going with this bundle's handy extra controller.View Deal

Xbox One bundles - UK

Xbox One X, Red Dead Redemption 2, Fallout 76, and 4 more games for £419.99 (save £176) on Currys/PC World
After an Xbox One X (and then some)? This deal is easily the best value for money you'll find right now.  View Deal

Xbox One X, FIFA 19, Project Cars 2, Tekken 7, and 3 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live for £409.99 at Currys/PC World (save £151)
Currys/PC World are running a mega bundle right now with a steep saving of £151. The games included might not all be hot off the press, but with 3 months of Xbox Game Pass, you'll have access to hundreds of other games anyway. View Deal

Xbox One X, Red Dead Redemption 2, Fallout 76, and 2 more games for £399.99 (save £146) on Currys/PC World
If you're not fussed about Forza Horizon 4 or Forza Motorsport 7, you can save £19 with this deal.View Deal

Xbox One S and Battlefield 5 for £199.99 at Argos
Argos are selling the Xbox One S and Battlefield 5 for cheaper than normal - £199.99, in fact. View Deal

Xbox One S and Minecraft Creator's Bundle for £199.99 at Argos
If there's a Minecraft-loving gamer in your family who's yet to get an Xbox One, you'd do well out this bundle for £199.99.View Deal

Console only

If you’re looking to save some cash, already have games, or want to upgrade your existing Xbox One, buying a console by itself is a valid option. While it’s not always the best value for money (bundles often give you games for free), there are savings to be made if you know where to look. We’ve posted the best prices below. These are regularly updated, so make sure you pop back later if you don’t see a deal you like. 

Xbox One S deals

If you don't have a 4K-capable TV or want to save some cash, the Xbox One S is for you. Although it won't display in 4K, it'll still play the same games as its more powerful cousin (the Xbox One X). What's more, it's 40% smaller than the original Xbox One so will fit snugly in your entertainment centre. Coming in at a cool $200 or so, the Xbox One S is your cheapest option.

Xbox One X deals

Xbox One X deals

If you want the most powerful console currently on the market, look no further than the Xbox One X. With beefed up hardware that shortens load times and allows you to display games in crisp 4K, this is definitely the system you need if you can afford the higher price-tag. 

Want some extras to go with your new console? Check out our guides for these Xbox One accessories:

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