Xbox Live Rewards celebrates "Greatest Games Lineup in Xbox History"

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The Xbox Live Rewards program is offering up to 60,000 Xbox Live Rewards Credits by buying any one of the five games that make up the “greatest games lineup in Xbox history.” All you have to do is sign into Xbox Live and purchase or pre-order Halo 5 Guardians, Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, or Rare Replay.
Most titles are worth between 3,000 and 6,000 Xbox Live Rewards Credits, but if you buy all five titles, you will get 25,000, plus an extra 35,000 for buying all five, totaling 60,000 in Xbox Live Rewards Credits. Those 60,000 Xbox Live Rewards Credits are a $60 value and will be converted into your local currency (depending on your region) and you can use it towards TV, movies, music, Xbox games or add-ons through the Xbox Store.
Here is a list of the Xbox One games and their Xbox Rewards Credits value:

  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition – 4,000 Rewards Credits
  • Forza Motorsport 6 – 6,000 Rewards Credits
  • Halo 5: Guardians – 6,000 Rewards Credits
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider – 6,000 Rewards Credits
  • Rare Replay – 3,000 Rewards Credits

There are a couple of prerequisites to go through before you get too excited. First, you need to signed up for the Xbox Live Rewards program (if not, sign up here). Second, if you already bought any of these games prior to October 27, 2015, you are not eligible to receive the Xbox live Rewards credits for each individual title.
However, Xbox will not give you credit for any of these five individual Xbox One games purchased between June 16, 2015 and October 27, 2015, but if you’ve purchased some of the titles already, you can still earn the  35,000 bonus Xbox Live Rewards Credits for collecting the whole set.
Buy Gears of War Ultimate Edition
Buy Forza Motorsport 6
Buy Halo 5 Guardians
Pre-order Rise of the Tomb Raider
Buy Rare Replay

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