Xbox All Access
Microsoft announced Xbox All Access today and with it came a whole new way for potential owners to pay for and purchase an Xbox One console.

This is a U.S. focused subscription model that will allow you to pay a monthly fee in order to purchase an Xbox One S or Xbox One X, plus two years of Xbox Live Gold, plus two years of Xbox Game Pass. The Xbox One S payment plan starts at $22 (USD) a month for 24-months or $35 for 24-months for the Xbox One X bundle deal.

There is no interest on these bundles. Not only that, but if you do the quick math on this, the Xbox One S bundle will actually run you about $130 less than if you bought the system, Live, and Game Pass separately.

This is all processed through Dell Preferred Account (DPA). This is a "revolving line of credit" that will allow you to either pay for the bare minimum per month or pay a little extra each month to shorten the two year contract. It should also help out your credit score if you manage to make those monthly payments on time every time.

In addition to currently being offered only to residents in the United States, there is also an approval process that you need to complete to see if you qualify. I'm going out on a limb here and saying that if you have super horrible credit, you probably won't be approved.

You can find the full details on the Xbox All Access landing page. There is an FAQ there along with details on various bundle options that you can choose from.