GAME Reward

GAME Reward
Free
236 reviews
By installing you agree to the Terms of Use and other terms

Publisher

Game Retail Limited

File weight

9 MB

Last updated

04/08/2014

Version

7.0.11.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • phone identity
  • video and still capture
  • location services
  • maps
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • push notification service
  • wallet
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Now with GAME Wallet! The GAME app now brings you:  Rewards + Promos + Trade-ins & lots more, all protected with a new secure login. 
(We use Google, Facebook and Microsoft login systems, as used by many websites – it’s safe and secure and don’t worry we ONLY use this for your security and we do NOT use any contacts, or friends list or make any posts! We promise!)


WHAT’S IN THE APP:
Collect points on everything you buy in-store and online. It’s simple to join, just download the App and fill in your details, then use the App whenever you shop.

- Collect and redeem Reward points through the App.
- Complete exclusive accolades to earn bonus points, and view your progress against each one. 
- Quick links to the mCommerce store and Xbox credit, PSN credit and the Nintendo eShop
- Get trade-in prices for your old games with our integrated Trade-in price checker.
- View our charts, and link straight to products on the web to buy or pre order.
- Looking for mobile games? Check out our recommendations.
- Find your nearest store with the built in store locator, even follow them on twitter!
- Keep your contact details up to date to make sure you don’t miss out on offers exclusive to Reward   members as well as other great content & promotions that are relevant to you.


ABOUT SECURED LOGINS
Now that we’ve added GAME Wallet to the GAME app, we’ve included some additional security measures to keep your data secure by using Facebook, Google or Microsoft login ID. 
We don’t access any of your contacts when you login using any of these IDs, we simply use your login credentials to confirm your identity. It’s a much more secure method of logging in to websites, so is safer for you. And don’t worry, we won’t be posting anything about GAME app on your social sites!
This type of login system is already used by many websites – it’s safe and secure and means you won’t need to remember a new username or password.
We have fixed the Crash issue reported by some users.
This update will resolve these issues.
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Reviews

  • by Dj 21/10/2014
    hasn't been a update in awhile and windows phones haven't got the new stuff that android have and xbox one charts on the app is missing coming soon SORT IT OUT GAME‼
  • by adolfo r 14/10/2014
    the scan struggles so I just enter the game title in. Not a major problem though, because only a lazy punk would complain lol. Looks all ok and has lots of menu choices. I'm going to pop in to my local game store tomorrow and see if I get the prices I was quoted on.
  • by leon 13/10/2014
    Amazing app!!!
  • by Mark 07/10/2014
    Says I have new promotions, when I open it through the notification, nothing loads. The QR scanner doesn't work. Nokia Lumia 925
  • by Oliver 06/10/2014
    This is great
  • by nicolas 05/10/2014
    Gg
  • by Clint 03/10/2014
    Never had a problem and easy to use when you've forgotten your reward card!
  • by Daniel 03/10/2014
    Rubbish, Still can't get past EULA acceptance when going to GAME Wallet. Should be a one line code fix.... Balance doesn't update, can't get new code etc etc. Used to work perfectly but seems to have been abandoned since being broken...
  • by Craig 03/10/2014
    Decent app, works fine for me. Doesn't offer much but i can clearly see my total reward credit and make purchases. I recommend to Game loyalists.
  • by James 01/10/2014
    Does a decent job of showing balance and QR code. However there is a bug when you click the dont miss out upgrade to wallet button as it ignores if the EULA has been checked and tells you it hasn't anyway.