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$365 Xbox One X 1TB Console - Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Bundle ~ New ~ Newegg via eBay

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Not a good deal. Sale tax. Ebay and Newegg sign their death sentence when they start charging tax on goods.

Just ordered one and there was no tax added ....
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As a long time Division player, tread lightly on the included title. The game is a mess right now.
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For people in California it's 393.28 with sales tax
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Not a good deal. Sale tax. Ebay and Newegg sign their death sentence when they start charging tax on goods.
Sorry, it based on your state not the company. Almost all online stores will start to charge sales tax if the state requests it. I believe a federal law passed that states can collect taxes now.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/21/h...r-you.html

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kell...f9982b5cfb
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Not a good deal. Sale tax. Ebay and Newegg sign their death sentence when they start charging tax on goods.
Dollar tree stores are a bad deal too. They advertise everything for a dollar but it was $1.06 when I got to the counter. They just signed their death warrant
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I think buying an XBox One X at this point is probably unwise. We are about 12 months from the release on the XBox Two or whatever they'll call it. They've said that XBox Two is going to be backwards compatible with XBox One titles and it's expected to launch at $500. So if you wait a year, you can get the true next-gen system for just a bit more.

I mean, if you seriously wanted what the XBox One X brings to the table, you would already have it by now. If you've sat on the sidelines this long, then what's another 12 months? Save your money and wait.
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I think buying an XBox One X at this point is probably unwise. We are about 12 months from the release on the XBox Two or whatever they'll call it. They've said that XBox Two is going to be backwards compatible with XBox One titles and it's expected to launch at $500. So if you wait a year, you can get the true next-gen system for just a bit more.

I mean, if you seriously wanted what the XBox One X brings to the table, you would already have it by now. If you've sat on the sidelines this long, then what's another 12 months? Save your money and wait.
Agreed. They're doing all they can to sell of the remaining stock before the next gen is released next year. If these were below the $200 price point it may be a better deal, but at this point if you're looking to buy, might as well save the money over the next year and buy the next gen.
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Agreed. They're doing all they can to sell of the remaining stock before the next gen is released next year. If these were below the $200 price point it may be a better deal, but at this point if you're looking to buy, might as well save the money over the next year and buy the next gen.
A year is a long time still. And you will be able to trade this up for possibly around 200 off of the next gen next year. So if you value a year's worth of gameplay for around $150, then why not?
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A year is a long time still. And you will be able to trade this up for possibly around 200 off of the next gen next year. So if you value a year's worth of gameplay for around $150, then why not?
I think that's an optimistic view of how much the trade up would be. The 360 traded up for under $50 when the xone came out since everyone and their mother was trying to return them. If you wanted an xbox one at this point you probably already have one. I would only buy if my current shot out, and even then I'd probably go for the S since you can get those under $150. I got my replacement S for $85 with trade in on the last E3 promotion. To each their own, but having next gen around the corner is the sole reason I'm still running an S on our 85" 4k.

that being said, if the OneX comes down under $150 with a year remaining before next gen release I might bite.
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I think that's an optimistic view of how much the trade up would be. The 360 traded up for under $50 when the xone came out since everyone and their mother was trying to return them. If you wanted an xbox one at this point you probably already have one. I would only buy if my current shot out, and even then I'd probably go for the S since you can get those under $150. I got my replacement S for $85 with trade in on the last E3 promotion. To each their own, but having next gen around the corner is the sole reason I'm still running an S on our 85" 4k.

that being said, if the OneX comes down under $150 with a year remaining before next gen release I might bite.
Not gonna happen, can't even get a xbox one s NIB for that price currently in stores...
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I already have a One X, buy might grab this to play local coop on two screens. Can you make a LAN party with two One X and two TVs?
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I think that's an optimistic view of how much the trade up would be. The 360 traded up for under $50 when the xone came out since everyone and their mother was trying to return them. If you wanted an xbox one at this point you probably already have one. I would only buy if my current shot out, and even then I'd probably go for the S since you can get those under $150. I got my replacement S for $85 with trade in on the last E3 promotion. To each their own, but having next gen around the corner is the sole reason I'm still running an S on our 85" 4k.

that being said, if the OneX comes down under $150 with a year remaining before next gen release I might bite.
Under $150, dream on bud. The Division itself is 4k enhanced which destroys the S in terms of visuals. Wait all you want, not going to happen.
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