The cheapest Xbox One X prices, bundles and deals

Xbox One X deals
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Looking for the latest Xbox One X prices? Then you might have to pay a fair bit more than you were expecting as Microsoft officially announced it had ceased production of the console in July 2020. Clearly, it's putting all its manufacturing efforts into the new console so more people can buy the Xbox Series X instead. Even so, we're a little surprised to see the Xbox One X get killed off so soon, especially with the pandemic creating a huge demand for all gaming consoles over recent months.

The Xbox One X bundles that are remaining are generally far too overpriced for our liking and we think you'll be better off putting your money towards an Xbox Series X deal instead, especially as it's fully backward-compatible with older Xbox One games too.

If you're looking to give your game collection a massive boost for less, be sure to check out the latest Xbox Game Pass deals - they're ridiculously hot value. We've got you covered for the cheapest Xbox Live Gold deals too.

Directly below you'll find our comparison chart which has gathered the lowest prices from the best online retailers. Some of these prices will be for the console without games, but some of these listings might include a game or two depending on current offers. If you're intent on getting the now-discontinued console, do bear in mind that when it launched in 2017, the Xbox One X cost $499 in the US and £449 in the UK. 

The cheapest Xbox One X prices

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Brendan Griffiths

Brendan is GamesRadar's former Managing Editor of the Hardware & eCommerce team. He also spent time as the Deals Editor at our sister site, TechRadar. He's obsessed with finding the best tech, games, gadgets, and hardware at the lowest price. He also spends way too much of his free time trying to decide what new things to watch on Netflix, then just rewatches It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia instead. Nowadays you'll find him as the eCommerce Content Director for Future's mobile tech sites, Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central.