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We always thank our customer for our business that plays the main role to give success in any business. Sony thinks that the credit of its success goes to support the customers only and to say Thank you, it set up Rewards program where you can earn points after enrolled in and then redeem the rewards. By Sony Card or this reward program, Sony customers can win the rewards. To become a member of this reward program, you need to Login first. Now we will discuss how to log in Sony Rewards?

  1. Visit the official website, where you will find the separate section for Sony Reward Program with the symbol like,

How easy and simple to join and Login Sony Rewards by flowing few steps only. Now take a look at rewards you can win at this Program. Below are some rewards that you can win. They can be,

  • The little things like CDs, Blu-Ray Discs, DVDs, and Play Stations Games.
  • The bigger thing to like TVs, Bloggie cameras, and Blu-Ray Disc Players.
  • You can get Sony music at lower prices and then at awesome prices. The more you download, the lower your price.
  • You can win hard to find items like signed movie posters.
  • You can win free shipping on most catalog items.

Sony launches PlayStation Rewards scheme beta

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Thursday 28th October 2010

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Sony has launched the beta version of a new PSN feature today, the PlayStation Rewards scheme. The program will reward loyal PlayStation users with avatars, XMB themes and exclusive offers.

Announced on the PlayStation Blog, the scheme is intended to incentivise the use of the PlayStation 3 to play games and stream content, although other activities such as participation in Sony surveys will also be rewarded. One of the prizes mentioned in the post is an all expenses paid trip to the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show as a guest of Sony.

"PlayStation's most important asset is its loyal fans and PlayStation Rewards gives us an opportunity to show our appreciation for their amazing passion and desire to continually evolve the gaming world," said senior director of PSN Susan Panico.

"We can't thank our fans enough for the feedback they have given us over the years and look forward to even more dialogue to help us evolve PlayStation Rewards to make it the best possible loyalty program it can be."

Participation will see users rise through three separate ranks: Select, Pro and Legendary, with an associated increase in the level of reward. Beta invites have been issued to eligible PSN+ and Gamer Advisory Panel members, with the scheme due to open up to all PSN users, including those using a PSP, soon.

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Playstation rewards

Playstation rewards

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The blue base is showing that this gamer is part of the Legendary Tier.

playstation rewards

Playstation rewards

Sony today lifted the wraps on PlayStation Rewards, a US-specific initiative aimed at giving fans “the opportunity to gain exclusive status, recognition, and rewards based on a variety of PlayStation-centric activity they engage in across the PlayStation ecosystem.”

Sony is still testing the waters, calling the program an invite-only affair for now. Early adopters of PlayStation Plus and Gamer Advisory Panel members will be given the chance to provide feedback and get a “head start on obtaining exclusive rewards.” The public launch is scheduled for Spring 2011, at which point all US-based PlayStation Network users can participate.

While Sony is placing a focus on rewarding PS3 activity during the beta period, it plans to give similar treatment to PSP owners “over time.”

Levels of engagement are spread across three separate reward tiers, which include Select, Pro, and Legendary. Sony is basing the methodology on a wide range of factors — these include the amount of content purchased from the PlayStation Store or PlayStation Home, as well as playing new games for the first game. As you’d expect, rewards become more enticing as you move up the ladder.

Sony’s first giveaway covers an all-expenses paid trip to the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as a guest of PlayStation.

PlayStation Rewards unveil, US only

It's designed to give users "exclusive status, recognition, and rewards" based on activities, with 3 reward tiers to be available. It goes fully live spring 2011.

PlayStation Rewards is "a new program that recognizes and rewards our users for simply doing what they love – playing games and interacting with the entertainment content that PlayStation has to offer," posted Sony.

It's initial launch in the US is today as beta invites make their way to "eligible PlayStation Plus and Gamer Advisory Panel (GAP) members." This beta will focus on PS3 gamers but they plan for it to eventually include PSP as well "not too far down the road."

"PlayStation Rewards is designed to give you the opportunity to gain exclusive status, recognition, and rewards as a thank you for your continued interest in PlayStation. And, the best part is that you don’t have to do anything different," they explained.

"Keep playing new games, buying content purchased from PlayStation Network in the PlayStation Store and PlayStation Home, download movies and TV shows, or just communicate with us by taking one of our surveys, for example, and you’ll now be recognized for it." Do stuff and you get stuff basically.

The 3 reward tiers are Select, Pro, and Legendary. "As your status increases, so do the rewards. And if you want to check out your current status level, simply go to your private profile page and look at the reward progress meter."

Sony knows we've all become progression addicts - achievements and trophies prove that. Rewards include PSN avatars, exclusive dynamic themes and PS Home swag, and "opportunities throughout the program year to participate in members-only sweepstakes and giveaways" - the first of which is a trip to CES 2011 in New Las Vegas.

What say you European PS3 gamer - should Sony recognise our loyalty too?