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Xbox One prices, trade in values and places to sell

How much is an Xbox One worth? What’s the Xbox One trade in value? Exact Xbox One price depends on model, capacity and condition. Here are some recent sales prices to give you a general idea of how much a used Xbox One is worth.

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Xbox One “Buy” Prices (What you can expect to pay as of 09/02/2021)

Buying an Xbox One? The following table compares how much you can expect to pay for a used Xbox One in “good” condition.

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Xbox One “Sell” Prices (What you can expect to sell for as of 09/02/2021)

Selling an Xbox One? The following table displays the price you can expect to get for a used Xbox One in “good” condition.

 

Xbox One ConsoleOnline Buyback StoresBrick-and-Mortar Stores (Best Buy, Target, GameStop)Online Marketplaces (eBay, after fees)
Xbox One 500 GB$50$40$123
Xbox One 1 TB$65$112
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Xbox One S 500 GB$100$137
Xbox One S 1 TB$109$186
Xbox One S 2 TB$119$200
Xbox One X 1 TB$150$235

Xbox One Price Factors

The prices mentioned here are for Xbox One consoles with a standard controller and power supply. Your Xbox One can be worth more if you have accessories like Xbox Kinect, extra controllers, headsets, zapper guns, or Guitar Hero equipment. For example, the Kinect can add $20 to $30 to the value of your Xbox One system. Learn more about selling pro gaming controllers.

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Special editions and bundles can also be worth more, especially if you still have the original box. An Xbox One S Minecraft bundle can be worth $250, for example. Higher-capacity editions can command higher prices as well.

Condition has a major influence on value, as most buyers prefer working consoles with minimal cosmetic damage (though some buyers, particularly those that refurbish gaming systems, will buy damaged and non-working consoles). Expect to get 15-20% less for each downgrade in condition.

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Legacy of the Xbox One

The Xbox One is a home video game console developed by Microsoft. Announced in May 2013, it is the successor to the Xbox 360 and the third console in the Xbox family, and was released in North America, Europe (in some countries), Australia, and Brazil in November 2013, and in Japan, China, and other European countries in September 2014. It is the first Xbox game console to be released in China, specifically in the Shanghai Free-Trade Zone. Microsoft marketed the device as an "all-in-one entertainment system". The Xbox One mainly competes against consoles such as Sony's PlayStation 4 and Nintendo's Wii U as part of the eighth generation of video game consoles.

Moving away from its predecessor's PowerPC-based architecture, the Xbox One marks a shift back to the x86 architecture used in the original Xbox; it features an AMD Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) built around the x86-64 instruction set. The console places an increased emphasis on cloud computing and the integration of entertainment applications and services, offering the ability to overlay live television programming from an existing set-top box or a digital tuner for digital terrestrial television with an enhanced program guide, split-screen multitasking of applications, and improved second-screen support. The console optionally includes a redesigned Kinect sensor, marketed as the "Kinect 2.0", providing improved motion tracking and voice recognition for use in its graphical user interface (GUI) and games. The Xbox One offers the ability for users to record and share "clips" from gameplay or live-stream directly to Twitch, Ustream, and other streaming platforms. The console's controller was redesigned over the Xbox 360's, with a redesigned body, D-pad and triggers capable of delivering directional haptic feedback.

The Xbox One received mostly positive reception for its refined controller design, multimedia features, and voice navigation. Its quieter and cooler design was praised for making the console more reliable than its predecessor on-launch, but the console was generally criticized for running games at a technically lower graphical level than the PlayStation 4. Its original user interface was panned for being nonintuitive, although changes made to it and other aspects of the console's software post-launch received positive reception. Its Kinect received praise for its improved motion-tracking accuracy, its face recognition logins, and its voice commands.

A redesigned model known as Xbox One S was released in August 2016; it has a streamlined design, native support for 4K video playback and upscaling, and HDR10 high-dynamic-range color. It was praised for its smaller size, its on-screen visual improvements, and its lack of an external power supply, but its regressions such as the lack of a native Kinect port were noted. A future hardware revision codenamed "Project Scorpio" is scheduled for late-2017; it will feature major hardware upgrades focused on enabling 4K gameplay and support for virtual reality hardware, and will be backward compatible with all existing Xbox One software and hardware.

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Get to know your Xbox One Wireless Controller

The top and face of the wireless controller

Image shows the face of the original black Xbox One Wireless Controller, with the buttons, triggers, and sticks numbered.
Image shows the face of the original black Xbox One Wireless Controller, with the buttons, triggers, and sticks numbered.

1 Left stick

9 Expansion port

2 Left bumper

10 Right stick

3 View button 

16 3.5mm port

4 USB charge port

X X button 

5 Xbox button 

Y Y button 

6 Menu button 

A A button 

7 Right bumper

B B button 

8 Directional pad (D-pad)

Left stick (1) and right stick (10): These are small joysticks, used to interact with games, apps, and the Xbox console. These move directionally, and they can also function as clickable buttons when you press them.

Left bumper (2) and right bumper (7): These oblong-shaped controls reside on the top of the controller to the left and right of the USB port. Use these to interact with games, apps, and the Xbox console. They’re often used to jump between sections of the user interface but can perform different actions depending on the game.

View button (3): This button is just to the lower left of the Xbox button . The button’s functions vary depending on the app or game.

USB charge port (4): This port is on the top edge of the controller above the Xbox button . It's a recessed mini-USB port, which connects your wireless controller to the console using a mini-USB cable.

Xbox button (5): This round button is at the top front face of the controller. It has multiple functions:
  • When the controller is turned off, pressing this button turns on the controller. It will also turn on the console if the console is not already on.
  • When the controller is turned on:
    • Pressing this button once will open the guide on the Xbox console. On a Windows device during gameplay, this button will open Xbox Game Bar. Exception: During game streaming through the Xbox Console Companion app for Windows, pressing this button returns you to the Home screen of the Xbox app for Windows.
    • Pressing and holding this button will open the What do you want to do? screen. From there, you can turn off the console or controller, restart the console, or turn on Narrator or Magnifier.
    • Pressing and holding this button for about 6 seconds turns off the controller.

Menu button (6): This button is just to the lower right of the Xbox button . Use this button to access game and app menu options like Settings and Help, along with commands within the user interface such as “Go to my channel.”

Directional pad (D-pad) (8): This is a raised plus sign-shaped toggle between the left and right sticks. It moves the focus up, down, right, and left in the user interface. Used to interact with games, apps, and the Xbox console.

Expansion port (9): This is a recessed port on the bottom-side edge of the controller. It's used to connect other accessories, such as an Xbox One Chat Headset.

3.5mm port (16): This is a recessed port next to the expansion port on the bottom-side edge of the controller. It’s used to connect compatible 3.5mm audio devices.

A, B, X, Ybuttons: These buttons sit on the right side of the controller. The Y button sits in the top position, with B on the right, A on the bottom, and X on the left. Used to interact with games, apps, and the console interface.

The bottom and back of the wireless controller

image shows the bottom of the original black Xbox One Wireless Controller, with the triggers, bumpers, buttons, and ports numbered
image shows the bottom of the white Xbox One Wireless Controller, with the triggers, bumpers, buttons, and ports numbered

2 Left bumper

12 IR window

4 USB charge port

13 Pair button 

7 Right bumper

14 Left trigger

9 Expansion port

15 Battery cover

11 Right trigger

16 3.5mm port

Left bumper (2) and right bumper (7): These oblong-shaped controls sit on the top of the controller to the left and right of the USB port. They’re used to interact with games, apps, and the Xbox console. They’re often used to jump between sections of the user interface but can perform different actions depending on the game.

USB charge port (4): This port is on the top edge of the controller above the Xbox button . It's a recessed mini-USB port, which connects your wireless controller to the console using a mini-USB cable.

Expansion port (9): This is a recessed port on the bottom-side edge of the controller. It's used to connect other accessories, such as an Xbox One Chat Headset.

Infrared (IR) window (12): Hidden behind the “smoked” plastic next to the USB port are infrared LEDs used for auto-pairing users to the controller via a Kinect sensor.

Pair button (13): This small, slightly raised button is just to the left of the USB port on the top edge of the controller. It’s used to wirelessly connect the controller to a console and to enroll in Bluetooth pairing on a Windows device.

Right trigger (11) and left trigger (14): Positioned just below the bumpers on the front-top edge of the controller, these are pressable controls used during gameplay. They often vibrate to provide feedback during the games, though you can turn off vibration in the controller settings.

Battery compartment cover (15): This sits in the middle of the back of the controller.

3.5mm port (16): This is a recessed port next to the expansion port on the bottom-side edge of the controller. It’s used to connect compatible 3.5mm audio devices.


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