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I bought one at Target yesterday, it's not bad. The two biggest things are stuff loads quicker and cloud game streaming. Main reason I went ahead and got it, instead of waiting for a Series X, is because I had a One X and I expect it's value to plummet after Christmas this year.

The Fortnite and Rocket League stuff are pre-loaded, so can't just sell a code. Can sign in to any account and claim them though, so if you know someone who might want them you could sell them/gift them that way.
you willing to gift them? If so lmk I got $5 Big Grin
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Are the Fortnite and Rocket League bonuses provided as Redeemable Codes?
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You actually got the package slightly under retail. Your payment should be $25/month x 24 months = $600.

Gamepass Ultimate is MSRP of $15/month x 24 months = $360.

So $600-$360=$240.

Another benefit of the All Access package is that if you want to, you can upgrade to the Series X at any time during those 24 months.

Gamepass is essentially your own rental store on your console. I think of it as a great way to try before you buy so you don't drop $60+ on a game you wind up hating. And if a game is short and doesn't have a lot of replay value, you generally will have plenty of time to play through it on GPU without ever having to buy it, so potentially another $30-$60 per short game saved there. It also has exposed me to a lot of fun games I wouldn't have the opportunity to play otherwise or may never have heard of had it not been for Gamepass.

Ultimate also covers PC gaming for the same Microsoft account, so you can game on both types of device. Additionally, if you decide to buy a game to own, you get a 20% discount from the MS store.

Finally, Ultimate include the new XCloud gaming service which allows you to stream a game directly to your console without actually downloading it to your device. This is great for Series S because it doesn't take space on the relatively small internal drive, and as long as your bandwidth is sufficient (100mbps) it is pretty impressive how smoothly games run.

Given the scarcity of next gen consoles, I wouldn't kick yourself for making that deal at all. You did save a little bit, guaranteed you would get a console, can stream games from the cloud, and have the option to trade up to Series X if you want to.
Not sure what is meant by, "...and have the option to trade up to Series X if you want to." Can someone who bought a Series S with All Access swap that for a Series X later???
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I had the S and the X and ended up keeping the S. I have a 4K tv but it doesn't do 120hz with hdmi 2.1. I wasn't upgrading anytime soon and the difference between the two was marginal. For the few games me and my kids play, I ended up selling the X to someone local at cost (wasn't looking to profit… just make some other kid happy) and kept the S to get to play the same games. If and when I get a new TV the X would make sense, but for now the S is all we need.
...and another good thing about the Series S is that it can also use expandable storage. So even though the S only has 512GB of storage installed, one could add 1TB of storage using the add-on SSD (Seagate). This article has some useful info on it - https://www.windowscentral.com/xb...rage-guide
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Darn! They sold 15000+ so quickly
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Looks like this is out of stock now (15,348 sold!). But try the link anyway, perhaps they'll replenish stock???
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Because not everyone is interested in paying $200 more to play a couple games? Because not everyone plays games at 4k?! Because $300 is amazing value for non 4k gaming?!
Used Xbox one X is the true value
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Used Xbox one X is the true value
Nop.. Unless you need to play 4k discs, the series S is a much better console..
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Not sure what is meant by, "...and have the option to trade up to Series X if you want to." Can someone who bought a Series S with All Access swap that for a Series X later???
Yes. You can inform them that you want to trade up to a Series X in the "post-purchase" email. Once your payment requirements on the current console are met, they'll send you a "trade-in kit", you send them the Series S and they ship you a Series X and you finish out your payments.

More details available at bottom of page here:

https://www.walmart.com/cp/xbox-a...ss/8571041
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Yes. You can inform them that you want to trade up to a Series X in the "post-purchase" email. Once your payment requirements on the current console are met, they'll send you a "trade-in kit", you send them the Series S and they ship you a Series X and you finish out your payments.

More details available at bottom of page here:

https://www.walmart.com/cp/xbox-a...ss/8571041 [walmart.com]
What a great idea! Thanks for the info... I had no idea.
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