$329.99 Xbox One Assassin's Creed Bundle With $25 Xbox Live Is Back In Stock At Target

Posted: Dec 1 2014, 5:00pm CST | by , in News | Cyber Week 2017

 

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$329.99 Xbox One Assassin's Creed Bundle with $25 Xbox Live is Back in Stock at Target

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The best Xbox One Cyber Monday deal is back in stock on Target.com. Get it now before it sells out again.

The best Xbox One Console Cyber Monday deals is back in stock. Most retailers offer again the Black Friday Xbox One deals, but not Target. Target tops the Xbox One deals with adding a $25 Xbox Live code to the $329.99 Xbox On Bundle deal. With this deal you save $95 in value compared to $70 in other Cyber Monday sales.

Get the $329.99 Xbox One Assassin's Creed Unity Bundle + $25 Xbox Live deal now on Target.com before it sells out again. The Target Xbox One Cyber Monday deal also qualifies for taking off $10 on a controller purchase but then you can save $20 on a Xbox One controller on Amazon.

The $329.99 Xbox One Assassin's Creed Unity Bundle is the most broadly available Xbox One Cyber Monday Deal. The typical saving on Xbox One consoles on Cyber Monday 2014 is $70. See the available Xbox One deals below.

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See all available Cyber Monday Sales and Deals. I4U News is tracking Cyber deals throughout the whole Cyber Week especially today on December 1 will be a lot of deal activity.

Cyber Monday will be 10 years old in 2015. Cyber Monday was created by Shop.org in 2005. The idea behind was to focus the trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving online. Today, Cyber Monday is viewed as the online equivalent to Black Friday. Cyber Monday 2014 is expected to a huge sales day again this year - most likely the biggest.

According to the National Retail Federation more than 126 million consumers plan to shop today. This is number is lower than in 2013. This trend is attributed to the bigger online Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day. The deals of Black Friday have also for the most part been better than today on Cyber Monday. For example, the iPad Air and iPad Air 2 saw discounts of $100. There are no iPad Air deals available today in Cyber Monday sales that come close.

Most consumers plan to shop Cyber Monday in the early morning hours. According to the NRF survey 40% plan to get up early. The better strategy is actually to stay up late. The first Cyber Monday 2014 deals have already sold out shortly after midnight.

Walmart is paying attention to consumers that want to shop in the evening of Cyber Monday with a special Cyber Monday evening sale.

I4U News is reported 24 hours on new and hot Cyber Monday deals in our Cyber Monday section.

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