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Score $50 off the Xbox Series S today only in this epic next-gen console deal

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The Xbox Series S is $50 off (opens in new tab) at Woot today only, at $249 that's the lowest we've ever seen the oft-sold out next-gen console. Typically we've only ever seen discounts on a bundled offer, so getting the console alone for $50 off is a steal.

The deal is available today only or until supplies run out, so if you've been in the market for an Xbox Series S this is the time to buy as we still rarely see it in stock, let alone discounted. 

Microsoft Xbox Series S: was $299, now $249 @ Woot (opens in new tab)
Pick up the console and a controller for a great price. This next-gen system is optimized for 1440p gaming and lightning-fast load times in a small, compact design. We recommend you grab it while it's still in stock.  

Microsoft’s low-cost disc-free alternative of the Xbox Series X packs a 3.6-GHz AMD Zen 2-based processor with 10GB of RAM, a 4-teraflop AMD RDNA 2 GPU with 20 compute units and 512GB of storage. 

Our own Jason England wrote about how much he loves his Xbox Series S after one year with the console, and if you enjoy older games you can follow his guide on transforming it into one of the best emulators you can get.

So, what are you waiting for? This is the perfect time to snag a Series S for the lowest price we've ever seen. Don't Wait!

Sean Riley has been covering tech professionally for over a decade now. Most of that time was as a freelancer covering varied topics including phones, wearables, tablets, smart home devices, laptops, AR, VR, mobile payments, fintech, and more.  Sean is the resident mobile expert at Laptop Mag, specializing in phones and wearables, you'll find plenty of news, reviews, how-to, and opinion pieces on these subjects from him here. But Laptop Mag has also proven a perfect fit for that broad range of interests with reviews and news on the latest laptops, VR games, and computer accessories along with coverage on everything from NFTs to cybersecurity and more.