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Xbox Series X was one of Black Friday’s top products, it’s claimed

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The Xbox Series X was one of the most sought-after devices during Black Friday, it’s been claimed.A 2022 Holiday Shopping Trends report published by Adobe has been updated to include its findings for last week’s Black Friday sales.According to the report, the Xbox Series X was one of five “hot products” during Black Friday.

The other four were children’s show Bluey, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, drones and Macbooks.Adobe hasn’t specified how it defines a “hot product”, nor has it explained what factors it took into account when determining what makes the Series X more of a “hot product” than the Series S, PS5 or Switch.However, last year it highlighted the Xbox Series S in a similar report, where it claimed that the console was among the top-selling items during Black Friday.Last year Adobe said its data came from analysing 1 trillion visits to retail sites, in addition to surveying over 1,000 retailers on their most popular items.

It’s not clear if a similar process was used this year.The Xbox Series X wasn’t particularly heavily discounted during Black Friday.

In the UK, the best deal appeared to be £20 off, with Very selling the console for £429.99 instead of the usual £449.99.In the US, the most notable Xbox Series X deal was at Verizon, which was offering a 18% discount on the Xbox All Access subscription service, which usually sees subscribers paying $34.99 a month for 24 months for an Xbox Series X and 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.The Verizon discount saw subscribers paying $28.74 a month for 24 months instead, making for a total saving of $150 over the two-year period.Indeed, the Series S was more heavily discounted over Black Friday, with official price reductions of $50 in the US and £60 in the UK.Ac

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