Cyber Monday 2013: Target Sells Multiple Xbox 360 Bundles for Discounted Prices

A number of Xbox 360's are receiving a significant discount at all Target retail stores for Cyber Monday.

The 4GB model is just $179.99, a $20 mark down. If the unit that includes two controllers is purchased, the price is $229.99.

The 360 250GB bundle that includes Tomb Raider and Halo 4, a controller, and one month of Xbox Live Gold is just $249.99, down from $299.99. One additional bundle includes a 4GB model, the Kinect motion sensor, Kinect Sports: Season Two, Kinect Adventures, a month of Xbox Live Gold, controller, and play and charge kit for $299.99.

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Target has the 4GB 360 with the Kinect by itself for $249.99, which is regularly $274.99. The 250GB 360 with Kinect holiday bundle, which includes controller, play and charge kit, Kinect Sports: Season 2, Kinect Adventures, and Forza Horizon is $399.

The 250GB 360 with two controllers is $299.99, which is down $50, and the 250 GB console with the Kinect, Kinect Sports: Season 2, Kinect Adventures, Forza Horizon, and a month of Xbox Live Gold is $349.99.

See all the listings for further details here.

According to reports, Xbox 360 was still in high demand this last Black Friday as it was one one of the highest selling products over the weekend.

According to InfoScout, graphics based on Walmart and Target sales, Xbox One accounted for 31% of all sales while the 360 was a close 30%. The Sony consoles, PS3 and 4 sold 15% while Nintendo's Wii U was 6% and the Wii just 1%.

Venturebeat reports that Target sold the XBox 360 for $180 and Walmart for $99. Together with the XBox One, they equated for 61% of all sales. The PS3 sold for $149 at Walmart and $199 at Target. With the PS4, the two consoles totaled for 30% of sales.

InfoScout based their survey off of 3,000 different people on Black Friday, and 83,000 shopping receipts. From there, they concluded that 83% of those people said those presents were Christmas gifts. Also, 85% of those who purchased a console, said they were likely to buy another game before Christmas.

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