If you’re still trying to get your hands on Microsoft’s Xbox Series X or S, now might be your chance.
Both financing plans also include Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, giving you access to all first-party Microsoft games, a selection of third-party titles, Electronic Arts games through EA Access, Xbox Game Streaming (formerly xCloud) on mobile and Xbox Live Gold.
The Xbox Series X regularly costs $599 and the Series S costs $379. This means that with All Access, you’re roughly doubling the cost of the console to $959 for the Series X and to $696 for the Series S. That said, the fact that Microsoft’s $16.99 per month Game Pass Ultimate subscription also comes included with All Access makes it a far better deal.
The financing plans are supplied by RBC’s PayPlan, don’t require an upfront cost and also do not feature interest.
It’s important to note that EB Games’ website displayed some customers’ personal information earlier this year during an online PS5 restock. Since then, the company has not responded to multiple requests for comment, so keep this issue in mind when considering ordering from them.