Xbox 360 Bundle Pre-Order On Amazon.com Started

Posted: Sep 14 2005, 2:02am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:16am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Amazon's European sites already launched the Microsoft Xbox 360 pre-order a while ago. Now Amazon.com also started in the United States via Toys'R'Us.

As all other online game retailers (See GameStop and EBGames) Amazon.com also only offers Xbox 360 Bundles and not the individual Xbox 360 console packages (Core and Premium Edition).
Amazon.com offers four Xbox 360 bundles. They are all priced at $799.89. The Xbox 360 Ultimate Bundle and the Xbox 360 Core Bundle come in either Mature or in Teen Game selections. This is a nice idea to offer this distinction. To come to the same price the Core Bundles have more games than the Ultimate Bundle which contains the Premium Edition Xbox 360 console version.
Interestingly Amazon list a shipping date of November 15th. Gamestop is still listing November 1st. As we reported, the Xbox 360 will start selling most likely on November 25th in retail stores.

Amazon.com Xbox 360 pre-order offers:
Update 11/05/05: Amazon changed the Xbox 360 bundles it offers.
Xbox 360 Pro Player's Bundle - $999.95
Xbox 360 Pro Player's Bundle II - $999.95
Xbox 360 Core Player's Bundle - $999.95

Xbox 360 Ultimate Bundle - Mature - $799.89
Xbox 360 Ultimate Bundle - Teen - $799.89
Xbox 360 Core Bundle - Mature - $799.89
Xbox 360 Core Bundle - Teen - $799.89
The Xbox 360 Ultimate Mature Bundle includes: Xbox 360 Premium, One additional Wireless Controller, Play and Charge Kit, Rechargeable Battery Pack, an Xbox 360 Live 3-mo Gold Card, a slick "Silver" faceplate, and five "E" to "M"-rated software titles: Perfect Dark Zero (in Limited Edition Tin), Kameo: Elements of Power, Project Gotham Racing 3, Call of Duty 2, and THUG: American Wasteland.

Xbox 360 Ultimate Bundle - Teen:
Xbox 360 Premium, one additional Wireless Controller, Play and Charge Kit, Rechargeable Battery Pack, an Xbox 360 Live 3-mo Gold Card, a blazin' "Hot Rod" faceplate, and five of "E" to "T"-rated software titles: Kameo: Elements of Power, Project Gotham Racing 3, Madden NFL 2006, Call of Duty 2, and THUG: American Wasteland.

Xbox 360 Core Bundle - Mature:
Xbox 360 Core System, one additional Wired Controller, 64MB Memory Unit, a slick "Silver" faceplate, and 7 of "E" to "M"-rated software titles: Perfect Dark Zero (in Limited Edition tin), Kameo: Elements of Power, Project Gotham Racing 3, Madden NFL 2006, Call of Duty 2, THUG: American Wasteland, and NBA Live 2006.

Xbox 360 Core Bundle - Teen:
Xbox 360 Core System, one additional Wired Controller, 64MB Memory Unit, sizzlin' "Hot Rod" faceplate, and seven "E" to "T"-rated software titles: Kameo: Elements of Power, Project Gotham Racing 3, Madden NFL 2006, Call of Duty 2, THUG: American Wasteland, NBA Live 2006, and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006.

See also International Xbox 360 deals.

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