Xbox One Daily Deals: ‘Fallout 4’, ‘Gears of War’, Loot Crate with $100 Gift Card

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There are some big deals coming on Xbox One today and it is tough to resist such offers. After Playstation offered some exciting new deals for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita all throughout the month of February, Xbox didn’t lag behind in offering their part of the deals.

As per the Gamespot reports, Target offered a $43 (US$30) gift card with a purchase of Xbox One. One year of Xbox Gold was being offered at AU$54 (US$38) on eBay.

Xbox with gold discounts were also available and included “Dangerous Spacetime” for AU$14 (US$10), “NBA 2K16” for AU$56 (US$40), “Deadpool” for AU$42 (US$30), and more.

According to IGN there are tons of deals left today and you sure want to grab them as soon as you can. Some of the exciting offered include “Fallout”, “Gears of War” as well as loot crate with a AU$140 (US$100) gift card.

Here are some of the best deals for today.

Fallout 4 is being offered at AU$56 (US$40) and includes PS4, Xbox One, and PC copies.

If you are planning to buy Xbox One, you can get an AU$70 (US$50) Amazon Gift Card as well as a free game. Microsoft Store are all handing out credit with Xbox One bundles.

AU$70 (US$50) Amazon Gift Card + Forza Horizon 2

AU$140 (US$100) Best Buy Gift Card – includes an Elite Controller

AU$140 (US$100) Dell Gift Card – Three Game Holiday Bundle only

AU$105 (US$75) Microsoft Store Gift Card – Most bundles still in stock.

There is also an awesome loot crate from Marvel. These are one time buy sand you will get an additional discount if you use the code “IGN”, as per the IGN sources.

Gears of War is being offered at AU$27.51 (US$19.73).

There are good deals from Playstation too. The official Playstation Blog revealed the deals last Tuesday and categorically put all the discount offers, the product names, along with the original prices. As per the Game Spot reports, the deals included “Assassins Creed Syndicate”, “Rainbow Six Siege”, “Deadpool”, “Persona 4 Arena”, “Citizens of the Earth”, and many more games that were part of the sale.

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