UPDATE 25/11/2016: The most exciting Xbox One X deals from Black Friday proper have now expired, but you didn't miss all that much - GAME shaved £20 off the price of a standard Xbox One X in the UK, and NewEgg had $25 off the same box in the US. The remaining deals now that Black Friday is are arguably better value for money - you get a stack of really rather good games along with the console itself.

The cheapest you can do now is RRP of £429.99, which you can get from Amazon. The current best Xbox One X deal in the UK is Currys, where you can get the Xbox One X with four games including Assassin's Creed Origins and Forza 7 for £469.99. The next best deal is at GAME, where it's £10 less with Wolfenstein 2. Given how cheap Wolfenstein 2 has been this week, we'd be inclined to go for the former.

We are still poring over the retail listings today, because as our own Matthew Reynolds likes to say, content never sleeps and seemingly nor does cut-price video game retail. Elsewhere on this fine website you can find our guides to the best PS4 Black Friday offers, Xbox Black Friday deals, Nintendo Black Friday bundles, PC gaming Black Friday discounts, and more on our various guide pages. Go ahead and bookmark them, they may come in handy today.

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Meanwhile, if you're after video games to play on the thing, Black Friday has offered up some discounts on those, such as these:

Now that Black Friday 2017 is finally behind us, we're unlikely to see many spectacular Xbox One deals - the best of them live only briefly, mayfly-like, during Thanksgiving Day or Black Friday itself. We're going to be keeping an eye on things over the weekend, though, so refer back to our Xbox One Black Friday deals page if you want to save yourself the hassle of picking through retailers yourself.

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