Xbox Storage Expansion Card Reaches Its Lowest Price Ever in the UK
While the discounts haven’t reached PS5 SSD levels of brilliance, the Seagate Xbox Storage Expansion Card, 1TB model, has dropped to its lowest price ever in the UK. It’s now available for £139 at Amazon and Currys, an additional £10 off its latest average list price. Its official RRP is still £219.99, but the expansion card has been sitting at £150 ever since the WD Black C50 card was released for the Xbox as well (also priced at £150).
As we’ve mentioned, this is nowhere near as good as the likes of the PS5 SSD discounts you can find at the moment, but it’s definitely still a good deal if you’re looking for some extra storage on your beloved Xbox console right now, especially if you’ve got the Series S which is rocking just 512GB of storage.
While we’re here, we’ll run you through the latest PS5 SSD deals as well, as it feels relevant enough for comparison’s sake. IGN’s favourite PS5 SSD the Corsair MP600 PRO LPX 1TB is down to £79.98 at the moment, but we’re expecting this to drop even further during Prime Day. Otherwise, our next best deal is on the Crucial P5 Plus 1TB (w/o heatsink) which has dropped to £56.99 at Amazon as well. Keep an eye out for more incredible deals in the coming days as Prime Day kicks off on July 11, or follow @IGNUKDeals to be kept in the know.
More Great Deals to Consider in the UK
Amazon Prime Day is coming up soon and will surely bring a whole slew of new gaming deals to check out. But, we’ve already got a great selection of early deals to check out right now as well. This includes one of our favourite deals of the year: 3-months of Audible for free if you’re a Prime Member. This is an awesome deal saving you £23.97 in total and grants you access to three audiobook tokens, and the entire Audible podcast library as well.
Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.