All The Best Xbox One Deals For Amazon Prime Day 2019 (US)

Amazon Prime Day 2019 is here. The two-day online shopping extravaganza began Monday and it is set to run for a full 48 hours, making it the longest-running Prime Day since the event was first held in 2015. With tens of thousands of deals across every category, Prime Day has become a full-blown event akin to Black Friday, to the point where other retailers are offering their own counter-sales happening around the same time.

If you’re primarily on the lookout for Xbox One games, console bundles, or accessories this Prime Day, we have you covered. While Monday and Tuesday will bring an even bigger wave of discounts, some Xbox One deals went live last week, not only at Amazon but also at GameStop, Ebay, and other retailers. Below you’ll find a breakdown of the best Xbox One deals available now, and please note this story is continuously being updated as more deals roll in.

Best Xbox One game deals

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In terms of games, you can already find solid discounts on many of this year’s biggest titles, such as Kingdom Hearts 3 for only $20 at GameStop and Mortal Kombat 11 for $44 at Amazon. Games that received less-than-stellar reviews at launch are also quite cheap, with Anthem: Legion of Dawn Edition selling for $20 and Fallout 76 down to $25. You’ll also find some pre-order titles cheaper at Amazon, such as Doom Eternal and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, so Prime Day may be a good time to secure your copy, especially since Amazon will give you the cheapest price on your pre-order if it drops again.

  • Anthem: Legion of Dawn Edition — $15
  • A Plague Tale: Innocence — $35
  • Assassin’s Creed III Remastered — $20
  • Assassins Creed Odyssey — $20
  • A Way Out — $15
  • Battlefield V — $22.94
  • Borderlands Game of The Year – Only at GameStop — $15
  • Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Pro Edition – Only at GameStop — $49.97
  • Call of Duty WWII — $19.97
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy — $20
  • Destiny 2 Forsaken — $20
  • Devil May Cry 5 — $40
  • Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition — $20
  • The Division 2 — $20
  • Doom Eternal — $49.94
  • Fallout 76 — $17
  • Far Cry New Dawn — $20
  • FIFA 19 — $20
  • The Golf Club 2019 feat. PGA Tour — $20
  • Grand Theft Auto V — $15
  • Just Dance 19 — $20
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 — $19.49
  • Mortal Kombat 11 — $43.96
  • NBA 2K19 — $17
  • Rage 2 — $40
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 — $30
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Ultimate Edition – Only at GameStop — $49.97
  • Resident Evil 2 — $38
  • Sea of Thieves — $22
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice — $47.30
  • The Sinking City — $49.94
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy — $22
  • Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order — $50.94
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Deluxe Edition — $32.84

Best Xbox One console deals

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If you’re in the market for a new Xbox One S or X, a few different deals are already available. Various Xbox One bundles are currently marked down at GameStop, and you’ll get an additional $50 gift card with your purchase. Meanwhile, at Walmart, there’s an Xbox One S bundle that includes a game of your choice, a bonus wireless controller, and a headset for around $300 (price varies based on your picks).

Update: Amazon’s Prime Day deals are live now, and one of the most notable deals is the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, which launched at $250 earlier this year. Those who were interested but considered that launch price a bit too steep for their liking may want to jump on Amazon’s Prime Day offer: the All-Digital Edition paired with the stunning Phantom White Special Edition wireless controller for just $200. That controller has a list price of $70 on its own, so you’re saving over $100 with this bundle. The bundle also includes one month of Xbox Live Gold subscription and download codes for Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3, and Sea of Thieves.

On the off-chance you’re looking to pick up both an Xbox One and Nintendo Switch this summer, there’s a crazy deal available right now at Google Express, which is basically a service where Google curates deals from third-party retailers and streamlines the checkout process for you. A bundle containing the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and a Nintendo Switch is selling for just $400 (using promo code GOTURE at checkout to slash off an extra $44), which is a savings of about $150 total. Not bad!

Plus, see more Xbox One console deals below.

  • Xbox One S All-Digital Edition + Phantom White wireless controller — $200 at Amazon
  • Xbox One S All-Digital Edition + Nintendo Switch console — $400 at Google Express (use promo code GOTURE at checkout)
  • Xbox One S All-Digital Edition + Dell 23.6″ LCD FHD 2 ms Gaming Monitor — $250 at Ebay
  • Xbox One S NBA 2K19 bundle — $193 at Ebay
  • Xbox One S Battlefield V bundle — $224 at Amazon
  • Xbox One S console + free game + headset + controller — $300 at Walmart
  • Xbox One S Fortnite Special Edition Bundle with purple console — $230 at Ebay
  • Xbox One S console bundle + bonus wireless controller + Halo 5: Guardians — $300 at Best Buy
  • Xbox One X console bundle + bonus wireless controller + Halo 5: Guardians — $500 at Best Buy
  • Get a free $50 gift card when you buy any new Xbox One S or X console at GameStop

Best Xbox One accessory deals

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Controllers, headsets, memory cards, and other accessories make up a core part of the hobby for many gamers, and having the right gear is crucial. Unfortunately, these types of added purchase can really burn a hole in your pocket, but Prime Day is a great chance to grab whatever accessories you’ve been needing for a fraction of the price. See some of the best prices on accessories during Prime Day below.

Gaming headsets:

  • Bengoo G9000 Stereo gaming headset — $21 ($40)
  • HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro gaming headset — $85 ($100)
  • HyperX Cloud Revolver S gaming headset — $124.55 ($150)
  • Razer Electra V2 7.1 Surround Sound gaming headset — $41.48 ($60)
  • Razer Kraken Tournament Edition gaming headset — $62 ($100)


  • Fosmon Xbox One black controller charger + 4 rechargeable battery packs — $28 ($50)
  • Halo 5 Guardians limited-edition controller — $63
  • PDP Stealth Series Deluxe wired controller (Phantom Black) — $17 ($25)
  • Razer Wolverine Ultimate controller — $125 ($160)
  • Xbox One black wireless controller + adapter — $53 ($80)
  • Xbox One Gears of War 4 Crimson Omen wireless controller — $68.95 ($75)
  • Xbox One red wireless controller — $49.75 ($65)
  • Xbox One Phantom White wireless controller + Xbox One chat headset — $69 ($89.29)


  • AC adapter replacement charger with cable — $22.45 ($59.88)
  • Fantom 2TB High Performance SSD + Hard Drive Storage — $104.95 ($139.95)
  • OIVO vertical cooling stand with controller chargers — $32 ($40) (save 20% with coupon)
  • Seagate 500GB external SSD + 2 months Game Pass membership — $100 ($120)
  • Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback racing wheel — $126.37 ($200)
  • Thrustmaster TX RW Leather Edition racing wheel — $385.48 ($470)
  • Thrustmaster VG 3-Pedal Add-On Set — $125.92 ($150)

More Amazon Prime Day 2019 coverage:

  • Everything You Need To Know About Amazon Prime Day 2019
  • Prime Day Gaming Deals: Best PS4 Deals On Games, Consoles, And More
  • Best Nintendo Switch Deals For Amazon Prime Day 2019
  • 7 Tips For Saving More During Amazon Prime Day 2019
  • Not-Prime Day 2019: All The Best Sales That Aren’t On Amazon
  • Free Apex Legends Skins Coming To Twitch Prime Members For Prime Day
  • GameStop Kicks Off Huge Summer Sale Just Before Prime Day
  • The Best Prime Day Gaming PC Deals At Dell
  • Ebay Sale Might Have You Rooting For Amazon To Crash During Prime Day
  • New Exclusive Star Wars Funko Pop Launching For Amazon Prime Day
  • The Free PC Games Twitch Prime Members Can Claim In July
  • Walmart Prime Day Deals Include Xbox One Bundle With Headset, Controller For $300
  • HyperX Gaming PC Accessories Are Getting Major Markdowns For Prime Day

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