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The Xbox Series X is now just $349

The Xbox Series X is now just $349


The flagship Xbox is $150 off on a huge sale. Plus, a few more of today’s notable deals.

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A new all-time low for Microsoft’s obelisk of a console.
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Update December 1st, 7:19PM ET: The Xbox Series X deal is no longer available at Amazon or Walmart, though, you can still pick up the console at Walmart (via Antonline) for $429.99 ($69 off).

It’s the best time to buy an Xbox right now, as the Xbox Series X is selling for just $349. You can get Microsoft’s flagship console at either Amazon or Walmart and save $150.

Xbox may not have all the heavy-hitter console exclusives these days like Sony’s PlayStation and its cadre of AAA single-player experiences, but it’s a great 4K-capable gaming machine with handy features like Quick Resume to get you back into your game in a near instant. Plus, if you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass, there are all kinds of great and unique games to enjoy for just $16.99 per month — like sleeper hits Hi-Fi Rush, Cocoon, and Remnant 2 (the last of which just stealth-dropped on the service within the last few days).

An image showing an Xbox Series X against a black background

The Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s flagship console, serving as its most powerful (and biggest) option focused on fast, 4K gameplay.

Best Buy is discounting a whole slew of Apple gear today only, but one of the cheapest and handiest on offer is an Apple AirTag for just $23 ($6 off) — which is a buck cheaper than during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Additionally, if you need more, you can get a four-pack of AirTags for around $80 at either Best Buy or Amazon.

AirTags are the most streamlined and easy-to-use trackers if you use an iPhone. They can be incredibly handy for keeping track of your keys, purse, bag, or even whole pieces of luggage. Just keep in mind that unless you can slip the tiny discs into a pocket, you may need to get a key ring or attachment loop for it, as Apple does not include anything with them.


Apple AirTag

$2921% off

Apple’s AirTag can help you find your lost items with its ultra-wideband technology. You’ll get the best compatibility with an iPhone, though Apple released an Android app that can detect an AirTag’s location and notify you if one seems to be following you. Read our review.

The Google Pixel Buds Pro are once again available for their Cyber Monday price of $119.99 ($80 off). You can get them at that price in their lemongrass color at Amazon or a larger assortment of colors at Wellbots when you use code VERGE80BUDS. Additionally, if used earbuds don’t gross you out too much, you can get them in refurbished condition from Best Buy for just $64.99.

The Pixel Buds Pro are a very good option for most Android phone users, though the flagship noise-canceling wireless earbuds from Google are an especially good match with a Pixel phone. Recent Pixel phone users can take advantage of new features like Google’s Clear Calling voice enhancements and conversation detection. But those software tricks aside, the Pixel Buds Pro are a great all-around earbud option.


Google’s Pixel Buds Pro are the company’s first earbuds to include active noise cancellation. They also combine impressive sound, great battery life, and good comfort — all without the connection issues of earlier models. Read our review.

Let these deals cook!

  • The Asus ROG Ally PC gaming handheld with its base AMD Ryzen Z1 processor is on sale at Best Buy for its lowest price of $399.99 ($200 off). Additionally, the higher-spec Z1 Extreme version of the seven-inch device is $599.99 ($100 off). Both versions run Windows for running all kinds of games and come with 512GB of built-in storage that’s expandable via a microSD card.
  • Microsoft’s 20th anniversary version of its Xbox Stereo Headset is on sale for $44.63 (around $25 off) at Walmart. The special-edition wired headset has some sleek see-through side panels and lime green accents. It’s also a solid headset for the money. Read our review.
  • Hot Wheels Rift Rally, the mixed reality remote-controlled car for PlayStation consoles and iPhones, is on sale for just $59.99 (half off) at Amazon or direct from Hot Wheels. It’s made by the same company that created Mario Kart Live, but it’s a more affordable option if you’re concerned the kids may grow tired of racing around the house after a short period. Read our hands-on.
  • The first-gen Polaroid Now Plus instant film camera is $89.99 ($65 off) at B&H Photo. It’s nearly identical to the newer second-gen model but at a much lower price.

Update December 1st, 10:28AM ET: The Xbox Series X bundle deal with Diablo IV for $349 is no longer available and has been removed from this article.