Microsoft Rewards app launches for everyone on Xbox One

Microsoft Rewards app launches for everyone on Xbox One

After a brief period of testing with Xbox Insiders, Microsoft has launched its Microsoft Rewards app for Xbox One. If you want to keep an eye on your rewards points right from your console, the app is available for everyone to download (opens in new tab) now.

The app offers an experience that should be largely familiar to those who are already using Microsoft Rewards. The app lets you check up on how many rewards points you've earned over your account's lifetime, along with currently available points. Once you're ready to start spending the points you've accrued, you can use them to buy things like gift cards and other goodies. And for those who haven't yet joined the program, you can get started right from the Xbox app.

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The Microsoft Rewards Xbox app was U.S.-only while it was in testing, but it should now be available in all countries where Microsoft Rewards is supported.

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  • Everyone, everyone or everyone US everyone.
  • Available in the countries that Microsoft Rewards is available in
  • So that must be US
  • There is a list of supported countries in the MS klowledgebase, not sure if I can paste a link here. Not only US but the list is pretty narrow as of now.
  • MS rewards is one of the best programs MS has started under Nadella’s reign. Happy to see it expanding. Wish it were in every market the App Store itself is in.
  • It is great. Started as Bing Rewards under Ballmer though. Been around since at least 2011.
  • I probably won't bother checking it on my Xbox as it's just easier on my PC, but good to know it's there.
  • As always. they onlly love USA and hate everyone else. No wonder they sell less and less of everything, and there is 80M PS4s and just 40M xbox consoles...