Staying up-to-date on the latest in tech is a reward all of its own. However, earning prizes and gifts can make it all that much cooler. After-all, what geek out there doesn't like to get a freebie just for browsing the latest tech and gaming news or searching for their favorite tech gadgets?
With the Bing Rewards program you can do just that, and the cool part is the rewards are fairly geeky as well. You can earn points towards gift cards from geek favorites like GameStop, Hulu Plus and Amazon or get points for Xbox Live subscriptions and sweepstakes entries for Xbox games or a Microsoft Surface 2.
For you gamers looking for the latest news and trailers from your favorite Games Bing offers videos from several of your favorite site. With E3 just wrapping up you might want to checkout some of the latest news. Head over to Bing and search E3 2014 Games and you'll see an abundance of great videos and related search suggestions!
For those geeks like ourselves that are into tech news I suggest visiting Bing's Science and Technology News page. Here you'll see not only the latest news, but trending topics from around the web. Just remember each search offers you a chance at more Bing Rewards
Here’s how to make the most out of the Bing Rewards service:
- Visit Bing.com to sign-up! You can sign up for the service by linking a Facebook or Microsoft account.
- Earn credits by browsing the Web with Bing, referring friends and completing offers. Currently, you get one credit per every two Bing searches you perform, with a daily limit of 15 credits for using a PC and 10 credits if you use the mobile search.
- Choose a reward and set your goals. Each reward requires a set number of points before you can make your redemption. Once you have a goal track and manage your credits. Your credit balance can always be seen at the top right of the screen when browsing on Bing.
- Click Redeem from the dashboard to claim prizes. There are loads of options available with more and more being added all the time. Current rewards range from Starbucks and Fandango gift cards to Hulu Plus subscriptions and Xbox 360 sweepstakes entries. You can even donate your credits to a few of your favorite charities.
Did you know: Microsoft recently celebrated Bing's fifth birthday? Microsoft launched Bing on June 3rd 2009 and has been working to polish the site and services ever since!
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