Earn up to 60,000 Xbox Live Reward Credits with Xbox One Exclusives
While Microsoft’s Xbox Live Rewards have been around for a while, a new offer may catch the eye of anybody buying the Xbox One exclusives in the next few month. With some big exclusives available now and coming soon, these extra points could be earned to get even more games.
In the exclusive deal Microsoft are offering up to 60,000 Reward Credits when you pre-order or purchase the new exclusives. These games include:
- The Rare Reply Collection – 3,000 Credits
- Gears of War: Ultimate Collection – 4,000 Credits
- Forza Motorsport 6 – 6,000 Credits
- Halo 5: Guardians – 6,000 Credits
- Rise of the Tomb Raider 6,000 Credits
Based on the FAQ to earn the full 60,000 Rewards Credits you have to:
“To earn the maximum value of 60,000 Rewards Credits, you must purchase one (1) qualifying game from each franchise as listed above – for a total of five (5) games – during the offer period only. This must also be the first time you have completed purchases or pre-orders for any version of these games.”
The FAQ also reveals that only digital download titles are eligible, and have to be the Xbox One console versions of the game. Those eligible include:
“Xbox Exclusive Games Offer is open to Xbox Live Rewards members who are legal residents of the 50 United States (including District of Columbia), United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, Sweden, Brazil, Netherlands, or Belgium and are 13 years of age or older at the time of participation, and Xbox Live members who are legal residents of Norway and are 18 years of age or older at the time of participation.”
The offer is available between October 27 to January 7, so can be used on the run up to Christmas. The reward credits can then be used to purchase TV shows, movies, and even other games.
Will you be taking Microsoft up on the offer? Do you think many people will purchase all these titles which will enable them to get the full 60,000 credits? Let us know your thoughts below.