Score an Xbox Series S for Just $220 Right Now (Limited Time Only) - IGN

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If $240 wasn't low enough for you over the Black Friday sales, then how about $220? They're practically giving them away, but we're not going to complain, as this is an incredible deal on the Xbox Series S. Woot (owned by Amazon), has currently got the Xbox Series S down to just $219.99. This is $80 off the list price, and probably one of the best deals of the year.

Yes, before you ask, Woot is very trustworthy and this is a completely legit deal. Woot is owned by Amazon, so just think of it as buying from the retail giant instead. If you are going to jump on this deal, I'd do it quickly, as it will only remain available while stock lasts, or until the end of the day on November 30.

Xbox Series S Drops to Just $219.99 (Save $80)

Xbox Series S (512GB)

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Xbox Series S (512GB)

Limited Time Only. Expires after November 30.

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We did see a $40 gift card deal at Amazon (+just $240 for the console) over Black Friday, but since that's expired, this is the next best thing, and well worth considering.

The Xbox Series S is normally priced at $200 less than the Xbox Series X but can still play all of the same games. It doesn't have the power of the Series X, so games are displayed at 1440p resolution instead of 4K in order to maintain the consistent 60fps-120fps graphics you'd expect.

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But, it does retain all the other next-gen Xbox features such as Game Pass, Quick Resume and ultra-fast load times. If you don't have a 4K TV or feel like the $280 could be better spent elsewhere, then the Xbox Series S might be a smarter purchase.

Disclosure: This is an international model of the Xbox Series S, but it will still work perfectly fine in North America. Units may arrive with printed materials primarily in Spanish. Xbox Series S purchases from Woot are covered by Woot's 90-Day warranty. Xbox standard warranties will not apply to this purchase.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.

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