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[WARM] XBOX Controller $59.99, 5 colors available

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[The Source] [WARM] XBOX Controller $59.99, 5 colors available

Found XBox controller on sale at the Source. It would be a better deal if Staples can PM with 84601 code added, but the code has expired.

Link Updated, the Source changed brand from Microsoft to Xbox.
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Can I price match any other stores like BB for extra discount? I don't know if they still do that
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If I want to use this on pc I need the $30 adapter right?
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willy156 wrote: If I want to use this on pc I need the $30 adapter right?
If your computer (i.e. motherboard) already has Bluetooth support, then you don't need an extra adapter for that. It will work straight up.

You could even use a USB cable (if you're inclined to playing wired) .
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willy156 wrote: If I want to use this on pc I need the $30 adapter right?
You can always just plug it in with a USB-C wire.
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Didn't win a Xbox X.. but next best thing. Scored at the Brick for $249! $300 off!!!
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Kind of a related question;' does anyone know of a dock that can change both Xbox and PS5/Switch controllers?
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jiayejoe wrote: If your computer (i.e. motherboard) already has Bluetooth support, then you don't need an extra adapter for that. It will work straight up.

You could even use a USB cable (if you're inclined to playing wired) .
Quick question,

I am able to connect my Xbox controller via Bluetooth but after shutting down the pc, the controller remains ON…

Is there a way to turn the controller off aswell once the pc is off.
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mkm999 wrote: Quick question,

I am able to connect my Xbox controller via Bluetooth but after shutting down the pc, the controller remains ON…

Is there a way to turn the controller off aswell once the pc is off.
I believe holding the middle sync button for 6 seconds shuts off the controller.
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Jeff0302 wrote: Found XBox controller on sale at the Source. It would be a better deal if Staples can PM with 84601 code added, but the code has expired.
Fantastic timing. Thanks for the effort mate. Just saved me 17$.

Cheers, KH
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Tried using two diff controllers with Bluetooth on two diff PCs and they randomly disconnect all the time. Work great plugged in though
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mkm999 wrote: Quick question,

I am able to connect my Xbox controller via Bluetooth but after shutting down the pc, the controller remains ON…

Is there a way to turn the controller off aswell once the pc is off.
Exactly what @ButtermanJr said. Holding the Xbox button for 6 seconds will shut the controller off.
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mkm999 wrote: Quick question,

I am able to connect my Xbox controller via Bluetooth but after shutting down the pc, the controller remains ON…

Is there a way to turn the controller off aswell once the pc is off.
my old version of xbox wireless controller will automatically shut off after short while.
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Anybody has experience with The source extended warranty? I usually never buy extended warranty but i think i'm too hard on my controllers and i've already repaired my original Series X controller 2 times for stick drift. The extended warranty is 13.99 for 3 years, so with the 15$ rebate it's still cheaper than buying one at retail price. If they replace the controller when it has issue it might be worth it.

edit: found the info... Two replacement gaming remotes, in the event of a manufacturer's defect (not bad)
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jiayejoe wrote: If your computer (i.e. motherboard) already has Bluetooth support, then you don't need an extra adapter for that. It will work straight up.

You could even use a USB cable (if you're inclined to playing wired) .
Yup one controller works fine over BT, only if you want to use 2+ controllers wireless on PC you need the adapter.
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If out of stock and you want an alternative that is almost always available. Buy them at ShoppersDrugMart/Pharmaprix with 20x the points (which is -30%). Should run down lower than this deal.
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willy156 wrote: I only see three
OP's link limits the brand to Microsoft and it looks like these aren't listed as that, so just clear that filter or search for "Xbox controller" yourself, and you'll see them

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