The best Xbox Black Friday deals of 2023 are upon us, which is great news for Black Friday 2023 bargain hunters, since right now is the most wonderful time of the year: when the best deals on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X gear are in full swing! (Cue the dramatic background musical score.)
So if you're on the prowl for dirt-cheap Xbox games and must-have Xbox accessories for that gamer in your life — including yourself — it's not too early to save; Black Friday is bound to offer big markdowns on the industry's best gaming headsets and Xbox controllers.
Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target and Walmart are renowned for epic Black Friday Xbox game deals. If you're looking for the latest Xbox Series X games or previous-gen classic Xbox One discs, Black Friday week is the best time to tick off some boxes from your holiday gaming wishlist.
In fact, the best Xbox deals of the year are just heating up, and we're tracking the deepest discounts on today’s most coveted tech. Be sure to visit our Black Friday 2023 deals hub often for the best discounts.
Less talk, more action? Here are the best Black Friday Xbox deals on our shortlist.
Xbox Black Friday deals 2023 — Quick links
- Amazon: up to 50% off Xbox games
- Best Buy: Save on Xbox games and accessories
- Walmart: Xbox One, Xbox Series X games from $7
Madden NFL 24 Xbox Series X|One:
$69 $34 @ Amazon
Lowest price! Save $35 on Madden NFL 24 for Xbox Series X and Xbox One consoles. This latest installment to the football game franchise features new responsive and realistic player motion. Increased control, AI enhancements, and cross-play provides a Madden experience unlike ever before. You can get the PS5 version for the same price. The PS4 version costs $29 ($40 off).
Street Fighter 6:
$59 $39 @ Amazon
Fighting game fans have been going wild since the launch of Street Fighter 6 back in June. There's been ton of praise about the combat mechanics as well as the story mode that sees you create your own character and go on a journey beating up people in the streets.
Price check: $39 @ Best Buy
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Controller (Stormcloud Vapor):
$69 $59 @ Amazon
Amazon knocks $10 off the Special Edition Xbox Wireless Controller in (Stormcloud Vapor). It features triggers and bumpers and Hybrid D-pad. Button mapping and improved responsiveness of dynamic latency input elevate your gameplay. It works with Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One.
Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2:
$139 $95 @ Walmart
Save $44 on the Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller. This controller lasts up to 40 hours on a single charge and has Impulse Triggers and adjustable tension thumb grips. It works with Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PCs.
Xbox Wireless Controller:
$49 $39 @ Microsoft
At $20 off the Xbox wireless controller is at its lowest price of the year. It features triggers and bumpers and Hybrid D-pad. Button mapping and improved responsiveness of dynamic latency input elevate your gameplay. It works with Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One.
Seagate Storage Expansion Card:
$219 $149 @ Amazon
Amazon take $70 off the Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S. It adds 1TB of storage to your game drive without compromising graphics, latency and load times. If you're on the brink of maxing out your storage or want to prevent it, the Seagate Storage Expansion Card is a must.
Price check: Best Buy $149
Logitech G920 Steering Wheel:
$399 $269 @ Amazon
Save $130 on the Logitech G920 steering wheel. Logitech's G920 Driving Force is one of the best racing wheels for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S consoles. The Logitech G920 features dual-motor force feedback, stainless steel paddle shifters, and hand-stitched leather steering wheel. What's more, adjustable floor pedals let you accelerate, brake and change gears. Whether you're playing a car racing or delivery truck game, a racing wheel controller is essential.
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As a freelance journalist, TJ has over a decade of multi-medium storytelling under his belt. Leveraging a quarter century of collective coddiwompling amid the ever-evolving landscape of wireless gadgetry, his unique editorial background allows him to explore a variety of tech-centric subsectors on this fascinating planet. When he's not field testing new gear in the Catskills, Adirondacks, or an actual field, he can be found sipping Negronis in his living room and crafting Dr. Seussian poetry inside a tattered moleskin.