US retailer Target has cut the Xbox Series X price to $349.99 for today only.
To access the deal, which knocks $150 of the console’s MSRP, customers need to be registered for Target Circle, the retailer’s free rewards scheme.
The offer is available online and in stores until 11.59pm PST on December 13, stock permitting.
The Xbox Series X price was slashed to a record low of $349 by Walmart earlier this month. At the time, it was offering the console with or without Diablo 4 for $349. The latter, standalone $349 console deal is still available.
Legal documents leaked in September potentially laid bare key elements of the company’s gaming strategy for years to come, including plans to launch a redesigned Xbox Series X console codenamed ‘Brooklin’.
According to the documents, the console was planned to launch in November 2024 priced at $499. It would ditch the standard Series X’s disc drive but come with 2TB of storage.
It would also come with “a more immersive controller” featuring new haptic feedback and accelerometer features, modular thumbsticks and a rechargeable and swappable battery.
The same leaked documents also mentioned an Xbox Series S refresh, featuring improved Wi-Fi support and 1TB of storage, launching in September 2024.
Microsoft recently suggested it’s exploring the possibility of offering access to Xbox Game Pass streaming in exchange for viewing advertisements.