While it’s not exactly the most beloved of the Xbox One family, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition still a decent console, especially if you hate physical game discs and love affordable alternatives. If you’ve been eyeing up this disc-free console, just know that you can currently pick one up for under $200.

As Neowin spotted, both Amazon and Walmart are selling an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition bundle for exactly $199.14.

Note: The Walmart bundle has a ‘see price in cart’ price, but we can confirm it’s $199.14.

The bundle is the basic bundle that the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition usually ships as – it includes the 1TB console, a wireless controller, a 1-month Xbox Live Gold subscription, and download codes for Minecraft, Forza Horizon 3, and Sea of Thieves.

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Sea of Thieves requires an Xbox Live Gold subscription so, if you’re not planning on staying subscribed or checking out Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you’ll probably want to make the most of that free month you get.

To sum up: you get one (1) console, one (1) wireless controller, one (1) free month of Xbox Live Gold, and three (3) games for just $199.14. That’s $50.85 off the retail price. You could spend that bonus $50 on things such as even more games, or even an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

You can pick up the Amazon version of the bundle here and the Walmart version here.