With the end of Cyber Monday, the great palaver of Black Friday has come to an end. However, there are still plenty Xbox Cyber Monday deals lingering around to get your hands on, which we’ve rounded up here.
Though many discounts have been removed or reduced, we’re still seeing a few good offers on Xbox One X and Xbox One S games and accessories, though the console deals have sadly all slipped away into the ether. We’re keeping track of all the bargains still live and available to order as Black Friday wraps up:
- The final Xbox Cyber Monday deals
- What Xbox deals did we see during Black Friday 2020?
- Where can I order an Xbox Series X/S ?
The latest Xbox Cyber Monday deals
‘Cyber Tuesday’ not being a thing, these deals are mostly from yesterday, if not earlier in the week. Despite that, there’s still a fair few bargains in the mix. Whether you’re looking for new games like Cyberpunk 2077 or classics like Dark Souls Remastered, there are plenty of titles to beef up your collection. And there are a handful of decent Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deals on offer if you’re looking to subscribe.
Best US Xbox game deals
- Cyberpunk 2077 – buy from Amazon for $49.94
- Dark Souls Remastered – buy from Microsoft for $19.99
- Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition – buy from Microsoft for $2.99
- Control Ultimate Edition – buy from Microsoft for $19.99
- Just Dance 2021 – buy from Amazon for $29.89
- Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition – buy from Newegg for $34.99
- Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – buy from New Egg for $25.99
- Madden NFL 21 – buy from Best Buy for $28.99
- Star Wars Squadrons – buy from GameStop for $16.99
- Marvel’s Avengers – buy from GameStop for $24.99
- DOOM Eternal – buy from GameStop for $16.99
Best US Xbox accessory deals
- 1 Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (New Subscribers) – buy from Microsoft for $1
- Seagate Game Drive 2TB External Hard Drive – buy from Amazon for $69.99
- Seagate Game Drive Hub for Xbox (8TB) – buy from Microsoft for $164.99
Best UK Xbox game deals
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – buy from The Game Collection for £46.95
- Control – buy from Amazon for £14.99
- Fallout 76 Wastelanders – buy from Amazon for £7.99
- Grand Theft Auto 5: Premium Edition – buy from Amazon for £15.99
- Watch Dogs Legion – buy from Currys for £32.99
- FIFA 21 – buy from Amazon for £32.99
- FIFA 21 Ultimate Edition – buy from Amazon for £51
- Madden NFL 21 – buy from Amazon for £32.99
- Marvel’s Avengers – buy from Currys for £22.99
- Marvel’s Avengers Deluxe Edition – buy from Amazon for £34.99
- Assassins Creed Odyssey – buy from Amazon for £17.19
- Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition – buy from ShopTo for £12.85
- Assassin’s Creed Origins – buy from Amazon for £13.60
- Dishonored and Prey: The Arkane Collection – buy from Amazon for £21.99
Best UK Xbox accessory deals
- 1 Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (New Subscribers) – buy from Microsoft for £1
- Xbox Wireless Controller – Carbon Black – buy from Microsoft for £44.99
- Razer Kraken – Wired Gaming Headset – buy from Amazon for £39.99
- Logitech G433 Wired Gaming Headset – buy from Amazon for £88.93
Where can I order an Xbox Series X/S ?
The short answer is: nowhere right now.
As we predicted, the Xbox Series X and S did not go on sale at any time over the course of Black Friday. Offers sold out within minutes, and most retailers aren’t open to pre-orders either. However, Sony have confirmed that there will be more stock by the end of the year, though when and where this stock will appear is still a matter for the rumour mill.
If you can’t wait till 2021, our advice is to keep one ear to the ground, and check back with the retailers. You can see a full list of Series X and S retailers here. One handy way to keep track of the news (plug plug) is to follow the Jelly Deals Twitter account, where we’re posting all the latest Xbox updates.
What Xbox deals did we see during Black Friday 2020?
Console offers were unfortunately quite sparse this year, with the exception of a few decent discounts on the Xbox One S to match the ones we saw on Prime Day. Considering that this is now a last-gen console, the price-cuts were relatively underwhelming.
In terms of accessories, the line-up was a little stronger – particularly a sweeping $20 discount on the brand new Xbox wireless controller, which is compatible with both this generation and the last. We also saw some good bargains on the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at Walmart and Best Buy, though it was Target that took the lead, offering a three month subscription for $20. Even Microsoft got in on the fun, cutting the price of the first month’s subscription to just $1 for newcomers.
Microsoft also cut prices on digital games, including 50% off an Assassin’s Creed Valhalla bundle. A lot of these deals are still running for the next couple days, and we’ve listed the best options above.
All in all, though not terrible by any means, this was a slower year then expected. Fingers crossed we’ll see something more substantial when next November rolls around.