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Microsoft Xbox One S Minecraft Creators Bundle as low as $189 Shipped (Regularly $300) & More

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Hop on over to Amazon, GameStop.com, Microsoft, Best Buy, Walmart or B&HPhoto.com where you can score this Microsoft Xbox One S Minecraft Creators Bundle for just $190 – $199.99 shipped (regularly $299.99) – Black Friday Pricing!

This bundle includes a 1TB Xbox One S console, wireless controller, full game download of Minecraft, Minecraft Starter, and Creators Pack, 1,000 Minecoins, 14-day Xbox Live Gold and 1-month Xbox Game Pass trial.

Even better, new Walmart customers can score $10 off a $35+ order when you use promo code ELLEN10 at checkout.

Walmart deal idea for new customers…

Microsoft Xbox One S Minecraft Creators Bundle $199 (regularly $299.99)
Use promo code ELLEN10 ($10 off $35 for new customers)
Final cost $189 shipped!


Looking for something a little different?

While supplies last, hurry on over to Newegg via eBay where you can snag this Xbox One S 1TB Battlefield V Console + Red Dead Redemption 2 Bundle for only $229.99 shipped (regularly $359.98)!!

This bundle includes Xbox One S 1TB console, Xbox Wireless controller, full-game download of Battlefield V Deluxe Edition, 1-month Xbox Game Pass trial with access to over 100+ games, and 14-day Xbox live Gold trial.


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  1. missbull

    My children (ages 8 & 9) want a video gaming device for Cmas. They currently have kindle fires. We hv never had a vg console bc the $ per game blows my mind! One wants a switch and the other a wii & I don’t know where to begin. I’d love to hear any advice/recommendations!

    • mom of boys

      My 5 year old plays on an xbox. we’ve owned the switch and wii and they lost interest. all of the fun kid games on wii are pretty much available on the xbox. plus with xbox if you have multiple in the house, you can link them and buy 1 digital game and both can play it.

    • A mommy

      We have Xbox and games for 13 and under aren’t really good on that system. Age wise I’d not recommend xbox. We are considering the nintendo switch as games are more for kids and have more variety. I would look at what games u are ok with ur kids playing and then choosing a gaming platform as I don’t feel Xbox is for youngsters

    • Emily S

      The Xbox is better because you can buy the games online and you can watch Blu-rays on it and use Hulu, Netflix and you tube. The switch doesn’t have that many games. My kids hardly use it.

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