Celebrate Five Years of Xbox Live Rewards
Earlier this week Xbox Live Rewards hinted that they had a “BIG” announcement coming soon in relation to their 5 year anniversary celebrations.
Something BIG is coming soon! Stay tuned for anniversary Rewards to the power of 5. #Gimme5
— Xbox Live Rewards (@XboxLiveRewards) December 7, 2015
Well today they have started sending out emails to Xbox Live Rewards members with more details on what to expect throughout the second half of this month.
Thanks to your dedication to Xbox, you’ve been able to earn some exceptional Rewards over the last five years. And to commemorate the occasion, take part in our five-year anniversary celebration for some grab-ready Rewards that you just can’t miss!
Last week, we started celebrating early when we secretly awarded $500,000 in thank-you gifts to some of our top VIPs. We’ll keep the party going by handing out over 500 MILLION Bonus Rewards Credits to you with a 5% boost to your MyVIP pay-back from 15 December until 31 December. That’s a minimum of 5% back on eligible purchases, even if you’re not currently a VIP… and it can go as high as 15% for 5-Star Gold VIPs!
Also starting on 15 December, you can claim a Grab Bag Prize from our cache of cool stuff – the earlier you choose, the more choices you’ll have. And once you’ve grabbed all you can, you can get featured in our 5th Anniversary Gallery when you share your favourite Rewards moments from the last five years with us via Instagram or Twitter.
So come and celebrate five years of Xbox Live Rewards with our deepest thanks for your devotion to Xbox. We can’t wait to keep on rewarding you for another five!
While the Xbox Live Rewards scheme as a whole has received a lot of criticism from the Xbox community for its poor returns and unreliable payouts, it’ll definitely be worth signing up and keeping an eye out for free Reward Credits and taking your chances on claiming a “Grab Bag Prize” on the 15th!
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