Tons of deals on Red Dead Redemption 2 for the Xbox One

Tons of deals on Red Dead Redemption 2 for the Xbox One

Up to 34% off, with new Xbox One X bundle deal as well

It looks like Microsoft has opened the floodgate with their $100 off Xbox One console bundle with purchase Red Dead Redemption 2 as we’re seeing some heavy duty discount even on the game itself without having to pick up a console with it. This is relatively rare for an incredibly well-received Triple-A title, even as we near the holiday season.

As of writing, there are two great deals on Red Dead Redemption 2 for the Xbox One, with the discount effectively as high as 34% off. Both of these deals are RDR2 bundled with another title and are expiring soon so you may want to act fast.

At MassGenie, a crowd shopping site, you can pick up Red Dead Redemption 2 with Titanfall 2 for only $47.99 – that’s 20% off even without counting the free copy of Titanfall 2 (just click “Power Deal” to checkout). Or if you prefer something newer, eBay Deals has Red Dead Redemption 2 bundled with Shadow of the Tomb Raider for only $69.99. That’s essentially $34.99 for two very new titles. Shipping is free and best of all sales tax is limited to only two states: CA and GA. Finally, at NeweggFlash you can pick up the game for $52.99 with a $10 bonus gift card, making the title essentially $42.99 – a 28% discount.

For those that are looking to take advantage of the $100 off offer on Xbox One when you buy Red Dead Redemption 2, a new bundle is now available that is also quite good. At eBay Deals, you can score an Xbox One X 1TB PUBG bundle with Red Dead Redemption 2 and a free copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for only $459.99 – had you bought these separately just a few weeks ago, it would have cost you $619.99.

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