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Xbox One systems $50 off at Walmart, Best Buy (update)

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The Xbox One is on sale for $449 — $50 off its regular price — at Walmart and Best Buy.

Walmart's sale includes both the console itself, which is available for $449, as well as the recently released bundle that includes a free digital copy of Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall, which is discounted by $50 to $449.96. In order to see the sale price, you'll need to add either of the systems to your cart and then sign into your Walmart account or head to checkout.

You can find Walmart's Xbox One listings here. We've reached out to Walmart to ask how long the deal will run for, and if it's available in stores or just online, and will update this article with any information we receive.

Update: A Walmart spokesperson confirmed to Polygon that the $50 Xbox One discount is also available in any Walmart store that carries electronics, and that it will be available "for a limited time," not just today.

Update 2: A representative from Best Buy confirmed to Polygon that the company is selling the Titanfall bundle and the regular Xbox One console without Titanfall for $449.99 through its website and in retail stores. The spokesperson declined to say how long the $50 price drop would be in effect. We've edited the story above to reflect this.

Update 3: The $50 discount on the Xbox One isn't indicative of a price cut from Microsoft, a company spokesperson told Polygon, saying, "This offer is available at Walmart and Best Buy retail stores in the U.S. for a limited time. Microsoft sets a suggested retail price, but specific pricing and offers vary by retailer."