By David Clark (@DavidClarkWTHR) February 12, 2018 12:21:16Amazon and Walmart have long been rivals.
The retail giants, who have been on opposite sides of the same aisle since 2014, are in a partnership for more than a decade.
Walmart has been an Xbox player for years.
But this year, Amazon announced its plans to launch the Amazon Echo, its own virtual reality headset, in the U.S. in March.
Walmart announced that it was bringing the Echo to the U, but it didn’t say how much it would cost.
The Echo was available at Target and Best Buy on March 5, and Target, Best Buy, and Walmart all had it available for $199, a cheaper price than the Amazon price.
But the Echo didn’t launch until March 13.
Target and Walmart also announced the Echo was coming to the UK and Ireland on March 22.
On March 20, Amazon and Walmart announced the same day that the Echo would arrive in the US.
Walmart was one of the first retailers to announce that the Xbox One X would launch on March 27, and it announced it would bring the Xbox 360s Kinect sensor to the Echo.
This brought back memories of the “Xbox One S,” the Xbox 720, and the Xbox 950, but the Xbox Kinect has also been available for a few years.
Amazon’s Xbox One S has been available since March 25, but there was a time when it was priced the same as the Xbox 1.
Now, however, the price has dropped from $499 to $399, or a mere $150.
That means you can get the Xbox S and Xbox One in a bundle for $349 and $299, respectively.
If you have a few friends that love games and want to get them together, it’s worth getting both the Xbox and Xbox S in a one-month period.
Walmart’s Xbox 360 is currently priced at $549.
Amazon and Wal-mart are also offering a $60 Xbox Live Gold membership for one year.
This is not the first time that these two retail giants have gone head-to-head.
Back in 2014, Walmart and Amazon partnered to bring the Kinect sensor and the Kinect Play to the Amazon Alexa, and Amazon’s Alexa is now priced at less than $150 at Amazon and $199 at Walmart.
Amazon has also added Alexa support to the new Xbox One and Xbox 360, so it should be relatively easy to add the feature to the Alexa on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
If this all sounds confusing to you, you can read more about the Amazon and Amazon Echo partnerships in the video below.