Thursday, April 16, 2015

Bing Rewards, earn rewards just by searching the internet

I was compensated for this post by Bing Rewards

Have you heard of Bing Rewards? I will admit that I hadn’t until just recently, and man I wish I knew before. We all do searches online, so why not get a little reward for something we already do? Bing makes “surfing the web” easy and fun at the same time.





If you are already a Microsoft account (outlook, skype, Hotmail or even Xbox) and sign up, you will earn an extra 20 bonus points to get you started. If you want to earn a few really easy points then just do a few things listed on the dashboard. When I say, easy, I mean really easy. One of the ways is to just follow the fast tutorial, or do a trivia question. If you know the answer you just type it in, or you can search it of course using Bing.


The more you do with Bing, the more points you earn. After that the real fun begins. You can redeem those credits towards sweepstake entries for things like laptops, gift cards to stores and more. If you feel that you don’t want to use them for sweepstakes, you don’t have to. You can save them up and redeem them for gift cards to restaurants like Burger King, or Applebees, or stores like iTunes. Each gift card has a different dollar value and different value as to how many points it needs. If you are feeling really generous, you can even donate your points towards things for charities.

You can also invite your friends to join in on the fun, and of course there is a benefit from that. If they sign up and get to Silver status (easy to do), then you get an extra 100 credits.  If you do so, just make sure they use your link so you can get the credit for it.

This really is a win win situation. I know for me, I spend a ton of time online, so why not benefit from it.

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4 comments:

  1. I have seen Bing on the Tv and a few adds here on the net, but thats as far as i have gone with it. So maybe it would be worth my time to really check it out and do a few searches to see how it is for me. Thanks for the heads up :-) Little gift cards are nice to have in those just incase moments

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  2. I tried this a couple years ago and somehow always forget it exists. I'm definitely going to start using it again! Thanks for the post!

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  3. This is interesting - I've given up on using Bing - maybe I better go back to it!

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  4. I earn about $10 in Amazon gift cards each month.

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