Don't Miss the Lowest Price on the Xbox One Console, Plus More Great Deals

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Thanks to our friends at TechBargains, we've rounded up three can't-miss deals. Check it out:

Lowest price on the Xbox One Console for $219.99 (Orig. $300)
This is the lowest price we've seen on the Xbox One and a great way to blow off some steam by playing games. You can play your old Xbox 360 games and this looks to be a clearance price to make room for the newest Xbox One S. If you don't need a 4K Blu-Ray player, then you can save yourself $80 just by getting on this deal. You even get your choice of free game: Gears of War, Rise of the Tombraider, Forza 3 or Rare Replay.

Sony XBR-43X830C 4K UltraHD 120Hz HDTV + $300 Dell Gift Card for $698
This matches the price elsewhere but includes a massive $300 Dell gift card. You are basically paying $400 for a fairly high-end Sony 4K TV. It includes a native 120Hz price range, which is a premium feature. Many reviews agree that many other TVs cannot compete in the same price range and is part of Sony's renaissance in TVs.

$50 off the Anova Sous Vide Immmersion Circulator for $149 (Orig. $200)
This is one of the lowest prices we've seen on the newest generation Sous Vide water circulator from Anova. This slowly and precisely cooks at a constant temperature so that you get perfectly cooked meats, vegetables and fish every time. To finish it off, simply sear off whatever you are cooking to give it that great brown color and you will have results as good as any restaurant. This newest version introduces Wi-Fi control.

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