Everything you need to know before you buy a second hand Xbox One console
The Xbox One has situated itself as the most affordable console on the market in which players can experience Triple-A gaming. Despite this low cost to entry, however, picking up a refurbished Xbox One is still the cheapest way for people to play games like Halo, Gears of War and Sunset Overdrive. We at Console Deals save you time scouring for the best price by pulling in price comparisons across a range of UK retailers. This includes all three respective models released since the Xbox One launched in 2013: the original Xbox One, the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X.
The second hand Xbox One refurbishment process explained
A refurbished Xbox One can be a whole number of things, but it’s generally come to be considered as meaning that the console in question is slightly better than second-hand. Whenever an Xbox One is traded in to a respective retailer it will undergo a bespoke process of refurbishment, with most checking areas like the power supply input and HDMI port for signs of water damage, restoring it to its factory settings and giving each a deep clean to the best of their ability.
Where can I buy a cheap second hand refurbished Xbox One?
Picking up a used Xbox One doesn’t have to be hard, especially when using the Console Deals comparison listings. We compare the prices of refurbished Xbox Ones from a range of popular online and high-street retailers, doing all the hard work so that you don’t have to. Wherever you choose to pick your Refurbished Xbox One, though, be sure to take not of what grade it is listed as. This is what indicates the condition of the Xbox One console you’re buying, ranging from “Fair”, “Good”, “Very Good”, all the way up to “Manufacturer Refurbished”.