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This Xbox Series S bundle can be yours for £234 at John Lewis

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Save £15 on the Xbox Series S – Fortnite and Rocket League bundle. 

If you’re itching to play the latest Xbox games like Halo Infinite and don’t mind playing digital versions only, John Lewis has knocked £15 off the Xbox Series S bundle that includes downloadable content for Rocket League and Fortnite.

Normally £249.99, you can currently buy the console bundle for only £234 – when you create a free MY John Lewis account and use the code MYJL15 at the checkout.

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While Rocket League and Fortnite are both free to play, this Xbox Series S bundle includes an exclusive cosmetics pack for Rocket League (Midnight Drive pack), 1000 Rocket League credits and 1000 V-Bucks. The free Midnight Drive pack is worth around £15 of downloadable content. Rocket League is already great fun to play, but you can get even more enjoyment out of the game with this bundle’s extras.

Whether you’re buying an Xbox Series S for yourself, or as a gift, an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription is a great way to play hundreds of games, without having to buy each one separately. The membership includes some of the best Xbox games such as Halo Infinite, Forza 5, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition and loads more. There’s also a bunch of fantastic indie titles including Hades, Death’s Door and It Takes Two.

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If you’re new to the subscription-based service, you can get your first month for a mere £1 from Microsoft. You can also save a fiver on a 3-month subscription from ShopTo right now, making it £24.85.

Also, if you want a more premium gaming experience, you can always upgrade your Xbox controller to the Elite Series 2. It’s currently £10 cheaper at the Microsoft Store right now and packed with improved features including new adjustable-tension thumbsticks, shorter hair trigger locks and a wrap-around rubberised grip. If you’re planning on playing any local co-op games, you’re also going to need a second controller. We’ve included links to an official Xbox wireless controller and an officially licensed, third party controller below:

That’s all we have for now! In the meantime, you can find even more Xbox deals and Game Pass offers over at our Jelly Deals Twitter account. Or, if you’re on the hunt for an Xbox Series X, don’t forget to check out our Xbox stock checker page, where you can find out all the latest stock updates and where to buy.



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