Bing Rewards Program

Bing Rewards Program

Deal Price: REWARDS
bing.com offers Bing Rewards Program for REWARDS.
Bing Rewards Gold get up to 10% off
Bing Rewards is introducing a new tier level system.

If you're already a member and have collected all the new member bonus points, it is fairly easy to obtain Silver status.

To obtain Gold status you will need to:
  • perform 20 bing searches for at least 8 days

  • Continue to perform these searches every month to maintain Gold status


  • **Once you reach Gold, you get up to 10% off when redeeming awards

    Benefits for each tier level


    MEMBER (default level):

  • Credits for searching with Bing

  • Credits for Daily offers

  • Amazing Rewards


  • SILVER:
  • All the Perks of the Rewards program, plus

  • One-time 50 credit Bonus


  • GOLD:
  • All the Perks of the Rewards program, plus

  • Up to 5% credit discount on Microsoft Points

  • Up to 5% credit discount on Xbox Gold subscription

  • Up to 10% credit discount on all other rewards
  • Deal or No Deal?
    0   0

    (16) thoughts from other users ...

    HUNTERSAVER
    rep: 32
    This is really good! Up to this point I have around 1996 points!
    HUNTERSAVER posted Apr 08, 2012
      0 |   0
    mnvikings11
    rep: 7.34k
    I miss Bing Cash rewards program, it was so much better, but upromise.com is now my favorite rewards site.
    mnvikings11 posted Apr 07, 2012
      0 |   0
    shimisi
    rep: 57.5k
    Looks like they're trying to take people's attention away from Google-- not easy. I didn't know they were providing rewards either. Thanks.
    shimisi posted Apr 07, 2012
      0 |   0
    zacharyzblewski
    rep: 2.39k
    I never thought to submit Bing Rewards to dealspl.us... Are we allowed to post other free rewards programs?
    zacharyzblewski posted Apr 07, 2012
      0 |   0
    maven3
    maven3 replied:
    I don't see why not, I say go for it. It may not get front paged, but it's always nice for other users to have the option to search through things here at DP.
    Posted Apr 07, 2012
      1 |   0
    incubusattack
    incubusattack replied:
    Yep. Anything that isn't a specific code to help you personally get rewards (thing like that).
    Posted Apr 07, 2012
      0 |   0
    poe601
    rep: 300k
    I really liked the bing cash back, it added up and before I knew it I had a nice amount coming to me. Have to check in to Bing Rewards!
    poe601 posted Apr 07, 2012
      1 |   0
    blackfoot
    rep: 285k
    Never knew about this program. I'll have to look into it. Thanks
    blackfoot posted Apr 06, 2012
      1 |   0
    vimalr
    rep: 11.7k
    I have been getting very good rewards with this program. You can get giftcard once in every 2 months.
    vimalr posted Apr 06, 2012
      2 |   0
    seanvcxz
    rep: 3.43k
    Seems pretty interesting. I'll have to check this out.
    seanvcxz posted Apr 06, 2012
      0 |   0
    wdjdac
    rep: 29.5k
    I got a free $5 Amazon gift card using this great Rewards Program called Bing Rewards.
    wdjdac posted Apr 06, 2012
      2 |   0
    maven3
    maven3 replied:
    Good to know. It's probably worth it to many people, I just don't think I could stand using bing all the time. Perhaps if I just hammer out 20 searches at some point in the day... Or better yet, script something...
    Posted Apr 06, 2012
      0 |   0
    kffight3r
    rep: 711
    thats why you dont hear ppl say lets Bing this. Seems like a couple pennies is not worth the trouble to use a shitty Mft service
    kffight3r posted Apr 06, 2012
      1 |   1
    praveensapkota
    rep: 49.9k
    You get paid for searching?
    praveensapkota posted Apr 06, 2012
      1 |   0
    maven3
    rep: 5.23k
    I'm not sure what to think about being paid to use an inferior search engine. I don't think it's worth it to me personally.
    maven3 posted Apr 06, 2012
      1 |   0
    wannabecool
    wannabecool replied:
    Agreed... I liked bing cash back better than bing rewards... I'll stick with google not worth the hassel... although I did check my bing account the other day and had enough for $2.50 gift card... if only google offered the same thing.
    Posted Apr 06, 2012
      0 |   0
    Email to a friend
    Facebook Share
    Twitter