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Best Prime Day Xbox Series X deals

Xbox Series X Prime Day deals
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With only a few hours of Prime Day deals left, there are some great Xbox Series X sales you should grab while you still can. It might be tricky to secure an Xbox Series X restock, but there are a slew of discounted Xbox Series X games and Xbox Series X accessories as part of Amazon's sales spree. 

While they sold out quickly, Amazon did indeed get a substantial Xbox Series S restock earlier today. There's no guarantee that it will happen again, but if you want a Series S, it's probably worth checking the Xbox Series S page on Amazon periodically.

These are the best Prime Day Xbox Series X deals available right now — but they'll end soon, so don't wait if you see something you want.

Xbox Series X restock tracker — stores to check

Best Prime Day Xbox Series X deals

Xbox Series X console

Xbox Series X: check stock @ Amazon
The Xbox Series X is Microsoft's flagship console. It features 12 teraflops of graphics power, 16GB of RAM, 1TB SSD, and Blu-ray drive. It runs games at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second with a max of 8K at 120 fps. It's currently out of stock, but Amazon could restock the system during Prime Day. 

Xbox Series S: check stock @ Amazon
The more affordable next-gen Xbox Series S is limited to 1440p output, but still delivers fast loading, ray tracing, and high frame rates. It sports a GPU with up to 4 teraflops of output, 10GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD for storage. Amazon restocked the Xbox Series S on June 22, so it's worth checking again.

Xbox Series X games

FIFA 21: was $59 now $9 @ Amazon
FIFA 21 is the latest entry in the long-running soccer sim from Electronic Arts. At this point, you know what you're in for: lots of teams, lots of players and lots of competitive multiplayer. At $9, however, it's currently available at a pretty steep discount.

Gears Tactics: was $59 now $24 @ Amazon
This strategy spinoff of the Xbox exclusive series Gears of War, tasks you with commanding a squad of soldiers against overwhelming odds. It offers an immersive story and rewarding gameplay. It's a spin off done right.

Watch Dogs Legion: was $59 now $16 @ Amazon
Watch Dogs Legion allows you to recruit and play as anyone you meet as you build a resistance force to take back the city of London. Each character you bring into the fold will offer unique skills and equipment. It's just $16 in this Prime Day Xbox Series X deal. 

Assassin's Creed Valhalla: was $59 now $22 @ Amazon
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is one of the most content rich titles on Xbox Series X. This Prime Day deal brings the epic historical action game down to just $22. Offering more than hundred hours of play, you might not even be finished with this one by Black Friday. 

NBA 2K21: was $69 now $19 @ Amazon
NBA 2K21 is the gold standard of basketball video games and it's even better on Xbox Series X. Offering next-level visuals and performance, plus all the modes you'd expect from the NBA 2K franchise, it's a treat for all sports fans. It's $50 off in this Prime Day deal.

Planet Coaster: was $49 now $39 @ Amazon
Build the theme park of your dreams in Planet Coaster. Developed by veterans of the Roller Coaster Tycoon series, Planet Coaster lets you construct coasters and build attractions with easy-to-use tools. The challenging career mode tasks you with turning around the fortunate of failing parks. It's $39 in this Prime Day Xbox Series X deal.

Resident Evil Village: was $59 now $49 @ Amazon
The eighth mainline entry in the beloved Resident Evil franchise takes the horror-series to a remote European village where werewolves haunt the unlucky inhabitants. Super-tall vampire Lady Dimitrescu took the internet by storm earlier this year, learn why in Resident Evil Village. 

Xbox Series X accessories

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate 3 Month Membership: was $44 now $29 @ Amazon
Xbox Game Pass is a nearly essential membership for any Xbox Series X owner. Giving you access to more than 100 high-quality games, this subscription service is one of the best deals in gaming. This Prime Day deal makes it even better value. 

HyperX CloudX Flight: was $159 now $119 @ Amazon
Officially licensed by Microsoft, with guaranteed Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S compatibility, the HyperX CloudX Flight also aim for comfort with leatherette and memory foam cups. Rated to last up to 30 hours, and stay strong through your next marathon sessions.

Xbox Wireless Controller (Pulse Red): was $64 now $59 @ Amazon
Add some color to your gaming setup with this official Xbox Wireless Controller in Pulse Red. This pad is also compatible with PC and mobile if you prefer to game on multiple platforms. While a $5 discount is not the biggest Prime Day deal available these controllers rarely go on sale. 

Seagate 4TB Drive Designed For Xbox: was $124 now $85 @ Amazon
Using just any external drive for gaming is not a great idea, as performance could become an issue faster than you realize. Fortunately, Seagate's optimized this drive specifically for the Xbox, and this $39-off deal helps you save and stop deleting locally-downloaded games.

WD_BLACK P10 5TB Game Drive: was $149 now $95 @ Amazon
If you're finding the storage space on your Xbox Series X isn't quite stretching far enough, then this drive from WD_BLACK will give you an extra 5TB to play with. You can't use it to play native next-gen games, but it can be used for storing them when not in use.

Seagate Storage Expansion Card 1TB: $218 @ Amazon
While this 1TB Seagate Storage Expansion Card isn't currently on sale, we're hoping to see a discount at some point during Prime Day. This officially licensed third-party accessory doubles the Xbox internal drive of the Xbox Series X. It can be used to hold both native next-gen titles and backwards compatible games. It's previously dropped to $200. 

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Rory Mellon

Rory is a Deals Editor at Tom’s Guide based in the UK. He covers a wide range of topics but with a particular focus on deals, gaming and streaming. When he’s not scouring retailers for PS5 restock or writing hot takes on the latest gaming hardware and streaming shows, he can be found attending music festivals and being thoroughly disappointed by his terrible football team.