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Xbox One 1TB Fallout 4 Bundle - $284.05 Shipped at Microsoft Store


Yet again no match for the multitude of pre-Christmas sales, but $284.05 looks to be the best price on a 1TB Xbox One at the moment (unless your local Aldi still has stock gathering dust in the cabinet). It includes Fallout 4 and Fallout 3 Download Tokens as well, so that's about $20 worth of fun there. If you go through CashRewards you'll get another couple of dollars back as well.

Yes, it's the old fat model, so no 4K or HDR either - but at least it has a dedicated Kinect port. Unfortunately the $60 off $300 spend AMEX promo has already ended, else it would have brought it down to being a great deal. That being said it's still significantly under the price of any of the Xbox One S 1TB bundles at the moment though.

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  • these things are pretty cheap these days

    • Because they are selling the units for less than costs. But they then get their money from games, services etc.

      • Good Lord, how much stock of this old brick can there possibly be. Surely these have been out of production since before the slim model. Seems MS overestimate demand like nobody's business.

  • Good price

  • Sigh, still waiting for the crazy cheap Xbox One S deals to come back, now that I have a 4K TV and can justify one.

  • I don't even have a 4K TV, but I'm struggling to justify why not to just pony up a few extra dollars (or wait for another deal) and get the S model for future proofing.

    • If you're happy to wait on the slim, just wait for the 'scorpio' details to emerge. Who knows where pricing will go once we see what it's capable of.


    Would be nice if the PS4 went down to this price, but doubt that would happen anytime soon.

  • What the mofo. Plays heaps of good 360 games too

    • I recently found Catherine was $4.50 on the xbox store so ive been playing that through back compat as i never got round to it on 360, love finding the classics i missed out on like that, back compat is a massive plus imo

  • Haha nice! I have one myself!… although it hasn't seen the light of day since I play all my games on my PC :/

  • +8 votes

    I had the original. I now have the slim. Since I don't have a 4K TV, I can't tell the difference. It plays the same games, the same way. The controller doesn't feel much different either and the "4% boost in clock speed" of the S is negligible.

    I maybe get like one or two strokes less while I'm scratching my balls during loading screens than on the old console. Which you could argue is actually a bad thing.

    Also my white S looks shit in my TV cabinet compared to the black model I had.

    It's hard to play Battlefield and keep a good K/D ratio when I'm constantly worried that I'm not #accessorising correctly. ๐Ÿ’…๐Ÿ’„๐Ÿ‘„๐Ÿคณ

  • Have a launch console, activated the amex deal waiting for a slim to drop in price to no avail. Had the Harvey Norman deal saved to my card ready to jump on a slim as well. Credit card details were stolen and had to cancel that amex. Still waiting on a sub $300 for a slim price now :(

    Pre ordered a Switch now 'for my daughter' I told the wife shifty eyes

    • Your daughter is going to dob on you when you won't let her play. So do the right thing. Be a good father. Buy two.

      • "she wanted someone to play with, that's why I got the second one. I'm just trying to be good father is all"

  • so tell an old bugger…..what else can this box do, apart from take the tv away from me ?


    Saw one for $249 in my Aldi. No games included.

  • Does it use much power? I mean, in many ways it needs to compete with a raspberry pi these days.


    I thought the slim S is below 300, maybe another region had it.

    • The slim S was available sub-$300 before Christmas, but since then it's been closer to the $399 mark.