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Microsoft Black Friday deals: Xbox One S available for lowest price yet

Plus deals on Mixed Reality headsets

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Xbox One Black Friday 2017 Microsoft

Microsoft has announced its Black Friday sale and, if you’ve been waiting to pick up an Xbox One S console, this one’s for you.

The Xbox One S will be available at the Microsoft Store, and certain other retailers, for $189. Although Microsoft doesn’t specify what version of the console is available at that price, it’s safe to assume this is the company’s 500 GB base model. Additional 500 GB and 1 TB Xbox One S consoles are available for $50 more, according to the company’s website.

Games like Forza Motorsport 7, Gears of War 4, Halo Wars , and Forza Horizon 3 are $20 off their standard market price in the Microsoft Store. Additional deals on peripherals, including $20 off on Xbox Wireless Controllers, $15 off on headsets, and $10 on 3-month or 6-month Xbox Live Gold subscriptions, are also available through the store.

If you’re looking to get into VR — or as Microsoft refers to its technology, Mixed Reality — there are a number of deals available through the store, too. Microsoft doesn’t specify what the deal prices are, but notes that customers can save up to $100 on MR headsets from various partners, such as Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung.

Microsoft lists a few sales from affiliate companies, like Dell. Dell’s Alienware 17 laptop is available for $1,600, but again, doesn’t list the original price. Without specs, it’s hard to know what model this is referring to. More information will be available when Dell’s Black Friday sales begin on Nov. 15.

Microsoft’s Black Friday sale begins on Nov. 23 and runs through Nov. 26. You can find all of our Black Friday deals in our Black Friday section, so bookmark that page for updates.

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