Looking for a chance to pick up an Xbox One console on the cheap? Today two hot console deals became available. Trusted eBay seller "digjungle" knocked $120 off a refurbished Xbox One console now only $379.99. That's the cheapest we've ever seen an Xbox One go for by $20. If refurbished isn't your cup of tea though, an Open Box deal is also available at the retailer 1SaleADay for $399.99.
The refurbished offer has a total of 100 units available for sale. At the time of writing only 11 have been sold, so they're likely to remain in stock for most of the day (deal will end by May 9th at 12pm Eastern). We are unsure how many of the open box Xbox One's are available, but that offer is available today only (May 8th).
Not long after the March 11th release of Titanfall we saw the Xbox One fall in price to $450 for a short period of time. That price drop was only temporary, and now basically every trusted retailer is back to charging the original $499.99 list price. After today, it's possible we could see an Xbox One in new condition drop to $399.99 - but that probably won't be until the holiday season.
Mike Paddock John Smith is a Black Friday veteran of many years. Hunting deals is his passion. He is scouting online stores for I4U News to find the best deals for I4U News. He also uses the services of our partner Dealzon to bring You even more deals.
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