How to Use Bing Rewards
Bing Rewards, a service provided by Microsoft, helps you obtain credits (and later redeem for other more-needed items) for simple searching. To find out how to use this program, this article can help you out.
Go to Bing Rewards website.
Sign up for a Microsoft Account by clicking the "Join Now, "
Login to your Microsoft account from the Microsoft account sign in page.Here, you'll want to sign in with your Microsoft account, or make one by clicking the "sign up now" button.
Look at what you can do on the resulting page.This explains what Bing rewards can do for you, and what you can get out of the experience.
Start earning credits.
- Perform searches on Bing itself, to obtain credits. Most often, you can obtain 1 Bing Rewards credit for every 2 searches you do.
- Check out the "Earn and Explore" category from the special Bing Toolbar that was provided with Internet Explorer and even on the Bing website itself. There are even special searches that can help you obtain a few more points just by clicking the button for all these other optional searches, waiting for it to complete the search and hitting the back button on your browser, if you didn't really want to see that search page anyway (free credits earned quickly). You can earn credits by clicking any link in the "Earn and Explore" category marked with a credit value, by making searches while signed in on Bing, or by reaching Silver Status. Most of your points will come from searches, which let you earn up to 15 credits per day (30 once you reach gold) for every 2 searches you make.
Invite your friends to Bing Rewards, and get a 500 credit bonus for every one friend you invite to use Bing Rewards.(There is a limit of 50,000 lifetime credits obtained from invitations sent and accepted by your friends).
Redeem those credits you've obtained every once in a while.With the plethora of opportunities you can now redeem them for, there's no reason why you shouldn't use Bing Rewards. Once you have enough credits, you can redeem them for rewards in the redeem tab. Here you can see each of the prizes offered to Bing rewards users and their credit values. Once you have enough credits for a prize, you can click the "redeem" button underneath it and, after submitting the required info, Microsoft will send you your prize.
Redeem a few points (per ticket) on contest entries that change quite frequently.You might very well win something.
Wait for the reward to arrive in your email box.After that, all that's left to do is reap the benefits of your reward!
QuestionCan I use my rewards to get the same reward more than once?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes. For things like sweepstakes, you can buy multiple entries. For the gift cards, you can get as many you want, provided that you have the credits.Thanks!
QuestionWhat are lifetime points, and do I spend or donate them?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThose are the amount of points you accumulated throughout your time using Bing Rewards.Thanks!
QuestionHow can you look up points accumulated?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerOn the mobile Bing app, press the three bars in the top right corner. If you're signed in, it will say how many points you have. If you're on the computer, go to your Microsoft account or search Bing rewards. As long as you're signed in, it should be easy to find.Thanks!
QuestionCan I gift a redeemed reward to a friend?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerOn some rewards, there is a box to type in an email address. Type in his/her email address if you wish to gift it to them.Thanks!
QuestionDo I have to do PC searches, or can I do just mobile searches in order to get the rewards?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can use both PC and mobile searches to earn points and each has its own respective point limit per day. Just make sure you are signed into your Bing account for the browser you're using on both mobile and PC to be able to earn points.Thanks!
QuestionHow many times can I redeem Bing Rewards?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can use the particular rewards only once per set of rewards. That said, you can continually earn new ones.Thanks!
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- Hitting and maintaining gold status lowers the cost of rewards and increases the credits you can earn, so go for the gold!
- These credits can be redeemed for prizes like Xbox Live gold subscriptions, Amazon gift cards, or GameStop gift cards (among other things) in the redeem tab of the rewards interface.
- Not only can you use Bing Rewards on your computer, but now that the Bing app on most smartphones has included the obtaining of credits during your searches there too, you can perform even more searches and obtain credits there too.
- You can log into Bing Rewards on your phone and get another 10 credits by searching on the official Bing apps (designed by Microsoft, Inc.) or even the official Bing Rewards apps by running the daily searches that come up, even if you've already hit your limit on your computer. Most Android devices and all iOS devices have these apps.
- Although Bing itself is available on Blackberry, there is no Bing Rewards app at this time for Blackberry.
- With the exception of a few times during the year, there is a daily limit of 30 searches per day to obtain 15 credits. After that daily limit has been obtained, any resulting search will not count, and you'll either have to wait for a 24 hour period, or realize that you're not going to get those credits.
- There is no way to redeem your credits for cash. However, occasionally they do have a place to submit a contest entry for cash values.
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