We’re Giving Away an Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle To a Deserving Serviceman or Woman

We here at RSVLTS HQ are always looking for ways to give back to our military Veterans, so this Holiday season we have teamed up with Microsoft and Xbox to give away an Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle (1TB) to a deserving serviceman or woman.

The giveaway is open to all U.S. Veterans. To enter, just send an email to GIVEAWAYS@RSVLTS.COM with a photo of your military ID, Veterans Affairs ID, or a sanitized DD214 and a brief bio. A winner from the entries received will be chosen on December 25.

The Xbox Battlefield One Package includes:

Military Green 1TB console, Military Green Wireless controller, Xbox Military Green Stand, Battlefield 1TM, Early Enlister Deluxe Edition, 1 month EA Access

Terms and Conditions


RSVLTS is offering a prize to one individual who enter during the entry period. See the announcement for prize details and the number of winners. Winners will be notified by RSVLTS typically within 2 days of the drawing. Prize(s) will be fulfilled by RSVLTS, and if you are a winner, RSVLTS will use the shipping address you select for the promotion to fulfill your prize. A prize is typically shipped within one to three days of winner announcement

The odds of being selected as a winner depend on the number of entries received.

We will  NOT accept photos of “deployments” without military ID, Veterans Affairs ID, or a sanitized DD214.

You must be 18 years of age or older to participate. Limit one entry per person.

Microsoft and RSVLTS reserve the right to cancel or modify this promotion at any time.

By entering the promotion you agree that RSVLTS and Microsoft, and each of their respective affiliates, will have no liability, and will be held harmless from and against any liability or loss, including reasonable attorney’s fees and costs, for all matters related to your acceptance, possession, experience with, use or misuse of the prize or participation in the promotion.

The Sponsor of the promotion is the author, publisher, or other individual or entity that lists the promotion. Microsoft is not a sponsor of the promotion.

Privacy Notice: All information submitted in connection with this promotion will be treated in accordance with these Giveaway Terms and Conditions and RSVLTS Privacy Policy.

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