The holiday season is just a few short weeks away, and Black Friday ads are already starting to drop! There are always great deals to be had if you're willing to brave the stores during the big event in late November or take your chances on online sales, though it's wise to not wait too late into the year to start picking up all the gifts you plan on giving this season. Take this Xbox One S All Digital Edition + Nintendo Switch Lite bundle at Google Shopping for example. Separately, these two consoles sell for $250 and $200 each respectively, though today you can pick both up for just $332.99 when you use promo code 10FGOCT19 during checkout. You'll be saving $115 off the regular cost of these two consoles in the process, and you'll even receive three Xbox games with the purchase. Shipping is free too.
Pick up two big gifts for the holiday all in one shot with this bundle at Google Express. You'll receive the all-new Nintendo Switch Lite as well as the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and three Xbox One games all for only $333.
As its name suggests, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition can only play digital games, and three are included with its purchase: Minecraft, Fortnite, and Sea of Thieves. With its 1TB hard drive, you'll be good on space for a while, but eventually you may want to supplement this purchase with an external hard drive.
Now that you'll be fully invested in digital gaming, having an Xbox Game Pass subscription is pretty much essential. It gives you access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 digital games to play whenever you want, with new games being added constantly. You basically wouldn't need to ever buy another game if you were a member, and it's only $10 a month generally. Right now there's even an offer at Amazon offering a free 3 months of membership when you purchase three months at regular cost.
As for the Nintendo Switch Lite, today's offer is one of the very first deals it's ever had. This latest version of Nintendo's popular handheld console is designed exclusively for portable play. It features built-in Joy-Con controllers, enhanced battery life, and just like the Xbox One S, it's majorly invested in digital gaming though it can play physical Nintendo Switch games too.
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