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The best deals on Xbox One for the week ending September 2

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Aug 30, 2018

The kids are heading back to school this week, so either you’re a kid who’s bummed to have the summer end, a parent who’s maybe going to get a few hours on your Xbox again, or someone who really hasn’t left their couch anyway. There are some great deals on Xbox One right now, including a major Rockstar Publishing Sale that ends on September 3. If you’re a Grand Theft Auto fan, this one is for you! There are also some awesome deals on movies, so sit down, relax, and focus on your screen. Here are the best deals on Xbox One for the week ending September 2, 2018. (Quick note: There is also a deal out there called Xbox All Access which allows you to pay monthly to own an Xbox One S or an Xbox One X plus 100 games. Check out the info here.)

Let’s start off with the Rockstar Publishing Sale because it’s got some great deals. Grand Theft Auto Online: Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack is on sale now. The Megalodon Shark Card Bundle is on sale for $84.99, down from $129.99. The Great White Shark Card Bundle is going for $32.49, down from $49.99. If you want The Whale Shark Bundle, you can get it right now for $51.99, down from the original $79.99. Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition is also on sale. The Great White Shark Card Edition is out right now for $40.00, down from $79.99. The Whale Shark Card Bundle is $55.00, down from the original $109.99. If you want the Megalodon Shark Card Bundle, you can get it for $80.00, down from $159.99.

In other game deals this week, you can pick up Monster Hunter: World for $41.99, down from the original $69.99. There is also the Xbox One Enhanced Edition, which you can pick up for $35.99, down from $59.99. Maybe you’re into monster hunting this week. Perhaps you feel like kicking a ball around a field. If so, you can pick up EA Sports’ FIFA18 right now. It’s a great deal at $6.00, down from $29.99. Want to play something that is just adorable (it’s been described as playing in the world of Spirited Away)? You should definitely check out ŌKAMI HD, which is on sale right now for $13.99, down from $19.99. If you feel like heading over to Middle Earth, you can pick up Middle Earth: Shadow of War for $29.99, down from $49.99. You can also grab the prequel, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. It’s out for $13.99, down from $19.99. 

If you’re more in the mood for a good flick, there are some great deals right now on Xbox One. If you’re up for the recent Jennifer Lawrence-fronted spy film Red Sparrow, you can grab it along with the bonus features for $9.99. Blade Runner 2049 is on sale with bonus features right now for $23.99, so you can debate your friends about whether or not it was the perfect successor to the original film. The Death of Superman is on sale for $19.99, which is another one fans are currently talking about. If you want to go a bit more on the silly side, you can pick up Super Troopers from 2002 for $4.99 right now. If you’re in a darker mood, there is John Wick and John Wick: Chapter 2, each one going for $7.99. You can pick up Baby Driver plus bonus features for $9.99.

Feeling like some kid-friendly fare? Right now you can pick up the original Pixar film Cars from back in 2006 for $14.99. Maybe it’s best that the kids are back to school because if they see this playing, they’re going to want to grab all the toys. If you’re feeling indulgent, you can grab 2011’s Cars 2 for $14.99, and last year’s Cars 3 plus bonus features for $14.99.

Maybe you’re up for some dinosaurs. Oh boy, are you in luck. There is the Jurassic Park Collection, which includes Jurassic Park, The Last World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III and Jurassic World for $24.99, down from $36.99. If you want to check out Jurassic World on its own, you can get it for $18.99. The one that started it all, 1993’s Jurassic Park is on sale for $18.99. The Lost World: Jurassic Park from 1997 is out for $18.99 and Jurassic Park III from 2001 is out for $18.99. You can also get 2016’s LEGO Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape for $3.99. 

So, what games and movies are you going to check out this week? Crime or dinosaurs? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @SYFYFangrrls

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