Xbox Announces Permanent Price Cut For Series X|S Storage Expansion Cards

This is the day quite a few folks have been waiting for! After almost three years on the market, Microsoft is officially slashing the price of its Xbox Series X|S Storage Expansion Cards - at least in the US.

Now reflected on the official Xbox website, all three sizes have dropped in price. These are the new RRP figures in the US:

  • 512GB Seagate Expansion Card: $89.99 (Previous Price - $139.99)
  • 1TB Seagate Expansion Card: $149.99 (Previous Price - $219.99)
  • 2TB Seagate Expansion Card: $279.99 (Previous Price - $399.99)

The larger sizes are also available at their reduced prices at major retailers:

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At the time of writing, the UK prices have not yet been updated, and it isn't clear if similar price cuts are coming to other regions. We'll be keeping an eye out for any updated UK / EU figures in the coming days.

Just last month, Seagate rival Western Digital announced its own 1TB Xbox Expansion Card, clocking in at $179.99. However, the WD version hasn't come to market yet, and with the new Seagate price now undercutting it, we're curious to see where the company goes from here.

Will you be tempted to grab one of these at a new lower price point? Let us know your plans!