Black Friday Canada Deals: Xbox One


Despite Black Friday being just a stepping stone to Boxing Day in Canada, there are still deals to be found.

Black Friday is inescapable, even if companies in Canada would rather just wait until Boxing Day to unleash their deals post-Christmas. While some of the better deals wait until December 26th, starting tomorrow gamers in Canada will start to see prices drop to prices in CAD that reflect basic console prices available during the year in USD. The Canadian Dollar be damned; Microsoft still wants people to buy their games and consoles!

Here are some of the best places to find Xbox One console bundles and Xbox One games for Black Friday Canada.

Black Friday Console Bundles

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More Xbox One bundles during Black Friday in Canada are sitting at that $350 range, but what they offer in the bundle changes per store. Walmart has an Xbox One 500 GB bundle that contains Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, while offering a downloadable voucher for Forza Motorsport 6. Meanwhile, Best Buy takes out the Forza and switched in NHL 16, a game more suited for Canadian bundles than in America. EB Games seems to be going off book with their bundle, offering the 500GB model, Gears of War: Ultimate, The Crew: Wild Run and free Biogenik Thumb Grips at that $350.

Meanwhile, Microsoft Store Canada has the widest array of offerings for Black Friday Canada, aimed at a variety of price points and each available coming with an additional $60 promo code. The cheapest, at $349, are the 500GB models that contain one extra game: FIFA 16, LEGO: The Movie Videogame or Gears of War: Ultimate Edition. The biggest savings come at $100 off + promo for the $399 Xbox One with Kinect bundle, which comes with Dance Central Spotlight, Kinect Sports Rivals and Zoo Tycoon as game downloads.

Otherwise, at $399 you can get 1TB Xbox Ones that come with either Rise of the Tomb Raider or Fallout 4. With the Xbox Elite bundle unavailable, the final bundle is a $499 Xbox One bundle with Halo 5: Guardians, containing a limited edition Steelbook with the game download and a special physical design.

There are console deals elsewhere, but often come at higher prices or fewer games.

Black Friday Games + Accessories

No matter where you shop, it seems like the newest games are being sold at the $50 range. While that may not seem like a huge deal for Americans looking in, at $50 CAD that’s savings of close to 38% on games like Forza 6, Halo 5: Guardians, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, Need For Speed, Madden NFL 16, FIFA 16, WWE 2K16, Destiny: The Taken King Edition and more. Also, Guitar Hero Live and Lego Dimensions Starter Packs retail at that $90 range, bringing in savings of up to $40. Xbox One controllers seem to sit at $50, as well.

For cheaper Black Friday Canada prices, however, you need to look around. Amazon Canada has a Friday-only deal for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 at $44.99; almost half off. Best Buy has GTA V at $44.99, Batman: Arkham Knight,, The Witcher 3 and The Elder Scrolls Online at $39.99, Mad Max at $39.99 ($40 off), Mortal Kombat X and Dying Light at $29.99 and Brother: A Tale of Two Sons, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Evolve and Final Fantasy Type-0 at $19.99. EB Games has titles like Transformers: Devastation and Project CARS at $34.99, Forza 6 at $49.99, Just Dance 2016 at $29.99, plus Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 at $39.99. Half off, but still halfway to go to reach a worthy price.

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