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Updated on May 15, 2016

Get Rewarded for Searching the Internet

Bing Rewards is a program offered by Microsoft to entice you to use their search engine, Bing.

I’ve have been a loyal member since 2012 when I received my first free Redbox movie. Since then I have received 2 other free Redbox movies and at least seven $5.oo Amazon Gift Cards. I received all of these for doing something I was already going to do- search the internet. Google, on the other hand, has given me absolutely nothing for using their services, so naturally, I am a loyal Bing user.

So how do you use Bing rewards? In a nutshell, it’s a web and mobile search platform that rewards you, in the form of credits, for using their service. These credits accumulate until you have earned enough to redeem them for the reward of your choosing. Some of the rewards include a free month of Hulu, Xbox Live , or gift cards to name brand retailers like Amazon.

The rewards program is 100% free to join and can be used on either a PC and/or mobile platforms.

From a PC, you're rewarded one credit for every two searches, up to maximum of 15 credits per day. While on a mobile device, you can earn 1 credit for every 2 searches, up to a maximum of 10 credits per day. In addition, they usually throw in a couple of tasks to click on that will give you a few extra credits per day.


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