Several Xbox 360 bundles get an unofficial (and temporary) $50 price cut

Retailers, including GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, have slashed the price of several different Xbox 360 configurations this morning by $50. No end date was listed for the new sale price of each package, but it’s likely to clear inventory before Microsoft reveals their Xbox 360 “Holiday Bundles” for 2012.

But if you’re in search of an Xbox 360 console today, the following bundles have been given the temporary snip snip and are now available for $249.99 instead of their regular price of $299.99:

  • 4GB Kinect Bundle (which includes Kinect Adventures)
  • 250GB Holiday 2011 Bundle (which includes Halo: Reach and Fable III)
  • 250GB Holiday 2011 Matte Bundle (which includes Forza Motorsport 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)
  • 250GB Holiday 2011 Racing Bundle (which includes Forza Motorsport 4 and a Wireless Racing Wheel)

And the following bundles have temporarily dropped from $399.99 to $349.99:

  • 250GB Holiday 2011 Kinect Bundle (which includes Kinect Adventures and Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do)
  • 320GB Star Wars Bundle (which includes Kinect Star Wars and a special paint job)
  • 320GB Halo Bundle (which includes Halo 4, two controllers, and a special paint job)
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