Get an Xbox One S With a Free Game and 55″ Samsung Smart 4K UHD TV Right Now for $850 Only
If you are planning to upgrade to Microsoft’s latest Xbox One S that sports brand new, masterly design and build, you have, most probably, decided to make a shift to 4K from your standard 1080p resolution for movies and TV. For that purpose you, needless to say, will need to equip your home entertainment setup with a 4K display as well, and if you don’t already have one, you need not to worry; electronics retailer Best Buy has got you covered with a deal that allows you to buy more while spending less.
Starting today, Best Buy is offering a deal benefiting for those who are in the market for the latest Xbox One S console and a 4K TV. The consumer electronics retailer is offering a package that includes a select Xbox One S bundle along with a Samsung 55-inch class (54.6" diag.) Smart 4K Ultra HD TV for $850 only. This allows consumers to avail a $250 discount, says Best Buy. You will also not have to worry about shipping charges, as this deal comes with free shipping.
The console bundles that you can choose from in this deal include the 500 GB Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle (includes Halo 5: Guardians and Halo: The Master Chief Collection), 500 GB Battlefield 1 Xbox One S Bundle, and the 500 GB Xbox One S Minecraft Favorites Bundle (Robot White) that comes with Minecraft Xbox One Edition and DLC.
You can head over to the product page here right now to learn more about the deal and place your order. This deal ends coming Saturday, October 29.
In addition to 4K content streaming, Microsoft’s newer version of its eighth generation video game console offers players to experience games in HDR. If you don’t already know, HDR is short for high dynamic range, and TVs that support HDR deliver brighter and more accurate visual content in terms of colors. NBA 2K17, Forza Horizon 3, and the critically acclaimed Gears of War 4 are some of the games that support HDR.
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