Bing Rewards Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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Bing Rewards is a new online rewards program being offered by Microsoft and popular search engine Bing, which promises to give users rewards for doing something they do online everyday anyway – search the internet.

Online rewards websites were created as a way for marketers and search engine providers to get access for information. You agree to let them record the types of searches you complete and the websites you click on, and they will compensate you with money or prizes.

Customers who are interested in becoming Bing Rewards members can do so completely for free, and get started with their system to see whether or not it is something they may be interested in continuing.

How Does It Work?

The Bing Rewards website describes their program as being similar to a frequent flyer program. As long as you sign in to your Bing account and remain signed in, each time you search you will receive points from Bing.

It has been reported that Bing Rewards gives you points for every two searches you complete, and while the most points you can typically earn in a day is ten, these are just the points you can from searches. Microsoft generally provides its users with a way to earn bonus points from clicking on a specific service or a website that is promoting.

Once you have accumulated a certain number of points, you can go to their Redemption Center and pick a gift card from your chosen retailer, including Amazon.com, Starbucks, Game Stop, Groupon, Fandango, and more.

How Does Bing Rewards Compare?

There are many, many independently operating rewards programs out there, including Swagbucks and Qmee, which partner with different companies to provide them with the data they receive from their users. Generally speaking, using an independent reward program requires you to download a special tool bar or other specific tool to your computer to ensure the company can collect your data.

Companies like Bing and Google’s Screenwise Trends Panel can easily record your search information with no extra work on your part, because these are generally the search engines people are using anyway.

But, unlike other browser rewards programs, including the one offered by Google, Bing does want you to search either through your computer or your phone at least once a day, in order to stay active with their program. Thankfully this should not be difficult for most smartphone or mobile device owners, nor those who work with a computer every day.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Bing Rewards Reviews " is 2.28 out of 5 based on 32 reviews.
  • I collected enough points for a gift card and never received it. Not impressed at all.
  • Just put $20 into my Starbucks account from Bing rewards. Happy about that.
  • I've tried bing rewards in the past on their first roll out and never got my reward.I say scam
  • i had no issues and its easy the issue is that there arent that many cards
  • They wait to see what you want to redeem, then they jack up the points needed to redeem that item.

    My Bing says 700 points to redeem an amazon card.

    My son's Bing says 475 points to redeem an amazon card.

    BING IS A RIP OFF!!!!!!
    • That's because your son is a gold member and you aren't. Make the effort to keep searching every day and the prices will go down once you hit the threshold.

      Trust me, I've saved tons of points on Amazon gift cards because of it.
  • I've earned about $100 in Amazon gift cards over the past year. I've never had any problems and it's easy to redeem. I think only one time I had to resend the email, and it came through in minutes.
  • I was about to sign up for this "rewards" thing as I use Bing EVERYDAY but I always look at reviews before giving away ANY of my information & BOY am I glad I did. There are wayyy too many people on here with the same EXACT story. Now that I read these reviews, I officially made GOOGLE my homepage and search engine! Bing is just using people to see what they search for and what interests they have and using empty promises for giftcards as a reward. Thats just WRONG. If you are going to BAN people for trying to redeem the rewards promised to them and then not give them a reason! Did anyone report them to the BBB?
  • This is a scam for sure. I was on for less than a week, tried to redeem for one of their "sweepstakes". I got a message that my account was under review and after several days of that I emailed asking if there was a waiting period. I got the same message that others have gotten saying that I had violated the terms of service. There is no way I violated the terms of service as I had done little more than go through their introductory content and they would not tell me what I had supposedly done wrong.

    It surprises me that a major company would perform in this way.
  • This is a scam. My account was banned without me violating the TOU and when i complained I got an email that did not in any way tell me why I was banned. Don't bother with this service.
  • I accumulated over 9000 credits over the course of a year since 2014. I wanted to use the credits all up to get Applebee's gift cards. It has been almost 2 weeks and I still have not received anything. I have contacted Bing Support and no reply to my query has been made. I have even used the "reend" button and still nothing. If I do not hear anything by this week I will send a letter to Microsoft at their main headquarters in Washington to voice my complaint.
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