Microsoft cut the price of the current-gen Xbox One to $280, a small $20 discount after the $50 price reduction a few weeks ago.
That’s $280 for the 500GB model with one free game. Other bundles are similarly priced down with the 1TB + games (one or several) bundle going for $300.
You may want to hold off on buying one, however. You can’t have missed the Xbox One Sannouncement, which will cost $300 for the 500GB model, $350 for the 1TB one and $400 for 2TB.
It’s coming out sometime in August (never mind that the site says December). Even if you don’t care for the 4K video playback support, the One S model is much smaller and has a built-in power supply (as opposed to an external brick).