Best Buy and Wal-Mart are both offering the Xbox One Titanfall bundle and Xbox One standard edition for $450. Titanfall retails for $60 by itself, so technically if you purchase the bundle you’re paying $390 — $10 cheaper than Sony’s PlayStation 4.
Both online stores require you to add the console to your shopping cart before seeing the discounted price. Interestingly, Microsoft lists neither Best Buy or Wal Mart on its “Where To Buy,” page for the Xbox One. Amazon continues to sell the bundle for $499.
The New York Times notes that the deal is also available in physical stores and that Microsoft has not dropped its suggested retail price.
The Xbox One retailed for $500 when it debuted on Nov. 22. The PS4, meanwhile, cost just $400 at launch and has outpaced the Xbox One in sales ever since.
But just last month, Microsoft announced its Titanfall bundle, which includes an Xbox One console, an Xbox One chat headset, one month of Xbox Live Gold and Titanfall itself — all for the same cost as the Xbox One (then $499) by itself. Now, though, Best Buy and Wal-Mart have discounted the bundle, as well as the console itself, by another $50. We’ll see if this helps Microsoft catch up to Sony in the next-generation console race.
Update: Amazon is now offering the same bundle deal. Enter the code “X1AMAZON” at checkout to get $50 off on the Xbox One Titanfall bundle.