Get Rewards With Microsofts Reward Program By Playing Free-To-Play Titles

Microsoft are always looking at different ways for you to earn some freebies if you’ve signed up with their rewards scheme, and this time they’ve made it easier for you to rack up those points.

Starting now, right through to 30th June, you can download and play a variety of free-to-play titles and start earning. In fact, ANY title that is free-to-play from the Xbox store are all effective.

Whether you’re purchasing new pets in Fallout Shelter or new fighters in Killer Instinct, anything that is a purchasable add-on in any of these free-to-play titles will get you your rewards:

  • FREE Pass – Spend at least £24 on any free-to-play title during the months of May and June and claim your rewards credits.
  • FREEquent Player – Spend at least £4 on any add on for any free-to-play title through three consecutive months to claim your reward.
  • One-Two-Free Punch – Spend at least £4 on three DIFFERENT titles during the months of May and June to claim your rewards.

That’s all there is to it! So get playing and spend a few quid here or there to claim those rewards back! If you’re not already a member of the scheme, you can sign up here.

Are you a member of the Rewards Program? Do you play any free-to-play titles and have spent money on them? If not, does this entice you to earn something back on your purchases? Please let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.

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