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Costco Members: 1TB Xbox Series X Console w/ Additional Controller EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: 1TB Xbox Series X Console w/ Additional Controller on sale for $549.99. Shipping is free.

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Note: A Costco Membership is required to purchase this item.

Specs/Key Features
  • Processor: 8x Core 3.8GHz Custom Zen 2 CPU + 12 TFLOPS 1.8GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU
  • 16GB GDDR6 Memory
  • 1TB Custom NVMe Solid State Drive SSD
  • True 4K Gaming Resolution w/ Up to 8K HDR
  • 4K UHD Blu-Ray Optical Drive
  • Dolby Digital 5.1/TrueHD w/ Atmos
  • WiFi 802.11ac Dual Band Connectivity
    • Inputs
      • HDMI 2.1
      • 3x USB 3.1 (Gen-1)
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  • Includes a standard 1-year manufacturer warranty w/ purchase

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    • Limit 1 per member. While supplies last. Online Only.
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Sold by Costco where they have the best warranty. Back in stock, bought this a month ago and been loving Gamepass and Xbox so far. Was always a PlayStation person before.

https://www.costco.com/xbox-serie...91493.html
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It's not a warranty, it's a return policy. You can return it if you're not satisfied with your purchase. If it dies in 20 years and you return it you're an asshole.
I'm aware of that. So after I selected "What are you having trouble with?", "What's the issue?", "Where are you seeing it?", "Describe your issue", it gave me two options, "Troubleshoot your Xbox controller", and "Use the virtual agent".

And the "virtual agent" doesn't understand I need a human, lol. I really hate this new support site.
During their business hours, try Trouble = Hardware & Network, Issue = Console or Device won't turn on, then Where see it = Series X. It worked for me recently.

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It's not a warranty, it's a return policy. You can return it if you're not satisfied with your purchase. If it dies in 20 years and you return it you're an asshole.
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It's not a warranty, it's a return policy. You can return it if you're not satisfied with your purchase. If it dies in 20 years and you return it you're an asshole.
Don't cc double the oem warranty on most s##t?
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Don't cc double the oem warranty on most s##t?
Yeah most credit cards will do that up to a year..
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Is console sold by costco still considered a toy instead of electronics?
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Anyone knows how to contact Microsoft to have my Xbox serviced with a fee? After 1.5 years of service, my Xbox Series X starts to disconnect my controller from time to time. I tried to contact but the Xbox support website keeps letting me select problems and doesn't give me a human contact option.

I really don't want to be a jerk who returns the console to costco after 1.5 years...
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I'm aware of that. So after I selected "What are you having trouble with?", "What's the issue?", "Where are you seeing it?", "Describe your issue", it gave me two options, "Troubleshoot your Xbox controller", and "Use the virtual agent".

And the "virtual agent" doesn't understand I need a human, lol. I really hate this new support site.
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I'm aware of that. So after I selected "What are you having trouble with?", "What's the issue?", "Where are you seeing it?", "Describe your issue", it gave me two options, "Troubleshoot your Xbox controller", and "Use the virtual agent".

And the "virtual agent" doesn't understand I need a human, lol. I really hate this new support site.
During their business hours, try Trouble = Hardware & Network, Issue = Console or Device won't turn on, then Where see it = Series X. It worked for me recently.
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Don't cc double the oem warranty on most s##t?
Not a lot of them do anymore and Costco doesn't accept all credit cards (unless that changed?) so it's hard to take advantage of that.
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Not a lot of them do anymore and Costco doesn't accept all credit cards (unless that changed?) so it's hard to take advantage of that.
Costco Citi Card actually adds 2 years to warranty. So 3 years total. But it's no longer offered unless you're grandfathered.
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Costco Citi Card actually adds 2 years to warranty. So 3 years total. But it's no longer offered unless you're grandfathered.
Maybe it is just not advertised? I had another citi card applied last August, and that card also offers 24 months extended warranty, so I thought all citi cards do that.

If you scroll to the bottom of https://www.citi.com/credit-cards...conversion and click "Consumer Card Guide to Protection Benefits". The guide still shows the extended warranty.
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