Microsoft appears to have stopped its monthly Xbox Rewards punch card

It seems that Microsoft has stopped running the Xbox Monthly Bonus Round Microsoft Rewards punch card, as September's card has failed to appear.

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purple1013d ago

It seems they want to know their 'real' subscriber count for themselves.

After stopping the $1 upgrade conversion
Upping the price
And finally stopping the rewards points... They will know their true remaining subscriber count that actually wants to pay. Then they will see if it's viable in true terms.

Lightning773d ago

Bro you y'all really need to stick to the games and ecosystem that you love so much and stop crying and whining over every little thing Xbox does.

PSN+ cost more now. Wtf are we gonna do about that? What it is crying about Xbox every 2 seconds gonna do about that? They can raise the price again and yall wouldn't even notice or even care at this point.

RupeeHoarder2d ago

Bro you need to stop defending the worst console business in the game. Don’t you have some rocks to inspect on an empty planet? Or you can go beat hi-fi rush for the 27th time…it only takes on sitting. Another tough year.

PhillyDonJawn2d ago

Facts, MS tried raising the price of Gold and Xbox gamers shut it down immediately. Sony raised the price of + and PS gamers crying about Xbox and starfield. Their priorities are messed up.

InUrFoxHole2d ago

Dude you are 💯 not even a big article on n4g about it but the hate SF is getting, is hilarious. They just take it and smile. No fight in em... same crowed that swore they would never pay for online... Bunch of bums

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DeusFever2d ago

Like duh. Those were promotions to get you okay Xbox. But now that you’ll play for Starfield and other upcoming exclusives (that I’ll believe when I see them), they don’t need promotional prices and discounts.

KILLnFOOLz2d ago

People obviously have never used the punch card before. While there were a few free challenges for a measly 5-10 points the ones worth the most points rewarded you for buying certain items in the Microsoft store. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that Microsoft didn’t see the value of keeping it up if everyone saw through the scam.