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Get the Xbox Series X for as little as $300 with this pre-order deal

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Xbox Series X pre-orders start today, but if you don't want to drop $500 on Microsoft's new console, GameStop has an Xbox Series X deal you can't miss. 

For a limited time, GameStop will give you up to a $200 credit when you trade-in your old console for any new console — including the Xbox Series X and Series S. That means you can get the new Xbox Series X for just $300 or the Xbox Series S for just $100 after trade-in. Given the demand for these new consoles, we think this Xbox Series X deal is better than anything you'll see during Amazon Prime Day.

Xbox Series X | S: $200 trade-in credit @ GameStop
Trade-in your old console at GameStop and you'll get up to a $200 credit toward the purchase of a new Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S console. The Xbox One X and PS4 Pro will get you the full $200 credit. Meanwhile, trade-in an Xbox One S or PS4 and you'll get a $100 credit. After trade-in you'll pay as little as $300 for the new Xbox Series X or just $100 for the Xbox Series S. The credit can also be used  toward the purchase of a PS5 console.View Deal

The trade-in credits break down as such: The Xbox One X and PS4 Pro will get you the full $200 credit. Meanwhile, the Xbox One S or PS4 will get you a $100 credit. 

The $499 Xbox Series X features 4K visuals at 60fps, ray tracing, 3.8GHz AMD Zen 2 CPU, 16GB GDDR6 memory, 1TB NVMe SSD, and a 12 teraflop AMD RDNA 2 GPU. 

Meanwhile, the $299 Series S can play games at up to 1440p and 120fps. It'll include many Series X features such as ray tracing and fast SSD loading. However, the console has a much smaller hard drive at 512GB. 

GameStop's promo is valid through November 30. 

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.