Where will you be looking for an Xbox One on Black Friday? GAME? Amazon? Argos? Wrong! Get out of the house and get yourself to Lidl.
Lidl's latest deals brochure is out in the wild and eagle-eyed shoppers have spotted that the low-cost retailer will be selling an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition for only £129 on Black Friday. That's a huge £70 off the recommended price of the console, which comes bundled with copies of Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3, making it an early contender for one of the best Xbox One Black Friday deals this year.
Now, the very important thing to keep in mind with this version of the Xbox One S is that it doesn't feature a disc drive. You'll have to get digital versions of all games. However, pair this up with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription and you'll be laughing.
You can already get access to the likes of Devil May Cry 5, Gears 5 and The Outer Worlds on Game Pass. In the next few months over 50 more titles including The Witcher 3, Yakuza and the majority of the Final Fantasy series will also be joining the service.
How can this get any sweeter? Well, how about the fact that you can get 3 months of Game Pass Ultimate for just £1 right now if you're a new subscriber, too.
Bring it all together and I really can't think of any better value for money deals out there. Good job, Lidl. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will be in stores on 29th November.
While Lidl is carving out a new spot in the games console market, you can also find some great mobile phones deals elsewhere. You can head over to Very, for example, where they've got loads of money off a range of iPhones that are ideal for playing Apple Arcade games. Why not give them a look?
Want something right now? Well, you've got one more day to take advantage of the latest eBay voucher. With it, you can get this Xbox One S 1TB Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order bundle for only £199.99. Just enter the code 'PRIZE20' at the checkout to see this price!
At the risk of disappointment after seeing this, you can also have a browse through our Xbox Black Friday deals hub to see what other offers we expect to see this year. We'll also be regularly updating our PS4 Black Friday and Nintendo Switch Black Friday pages over the next few weeks, too.