Target Is Selling A 500GB Xbox One S Bundle For $242

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It might not be an Xbox One X, or even a PS4. But if you like the idea of playing 4K Blu-Rays, the cheapest 4K Blu-Ray player will set you back around $300, so this Xbox One S deal isn't half bad at all.

The deal comes via Target's eBay store, and was first picked up by OzBargain. Using the COZZIE code at checkout, you can grab a 500GB Xbox One S for $242, along with a three month Stan subscription and Minecraft.

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It's not the best mix of games by any stretch of the imagination, but it is the cheapest Blu-Ray player you can get locally. Every family probably has Minecraft already, on a tablet, phone or something else, but as a media player that also plays games (a good option for the grandparents, for instance) it's a decent offer.

The COZZIE checkout code works across a whole range of offers, and you can grab a 500GB slim PS4 for just under $300 too. That doesn't play 4K Blu-Rays, though, and you don't get any games with it.


    you can't even buy a 4K Blu-Ray player for less than $300

    Not true. You can get the Samsung UHD player from JB for $296.

      Completely true; I should have gone with a different tack with that. Thanks for calling me out: I've updated it to something more appropriate (and more in line with what I meant!).

    I got one 2 weeks ago from Big W, with Master chief collection, Gears of War 4 and Minecraft (digital downloads) for $299

    Geez. I just bought a PS4 Pro in one of JB's latest deals. Don't tempt me again so soon.

    I guess.... just that Xbox's titles don't do anything for me. And 4K is kinda gimmicky for me. Good movies are good even on VHS. I think it's kind of a con.

      If you have a big TV there is something for having a nice clear picture and good audio. I recently picked up Planet Earth II and it's absolutely beautiful in HD and the sound turned up.
      I can only imagine what it would be like in 4K and with an expensive speaker set up.

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