New Cash Back Program from Bing

Posted by Madison on June 12, 2009

Microsoft introduced the new search engine, Bing, last week. It might actually give Google some competition. But, what does this have to do with Free Money Friday?

Bing recently replaced the cash back program with Bing Rewards. You can now earn a 250 Credit Sign Up Bonus for enrolling in the new Bing Rewards.

If you are still looking for a cash back program, I suggest you use Ebates or Mr. Rebates instead to earn your Bing money back.

If you’re here looking for a Bing affiliate program to promote on your website, you can sign up with this Bing affiliate program.

Bing included a cash back program! Let’s check it out.

How to Earn Your Bing Cash Back

  1. Sign up for a Windows Live ID Bing Cash Back account or use your Hotmail, Messenger, or Xbox LIVE ID.
  2. Shop for products using Bing Shopping.
  3. Once you reach $5 in cash back, you can redeem your cash back.
  4. Redeem your cash back by PayPal, direct deposit to your bank account, or a check.

Bing Cash Back Details

Maximum Cash Back. You can earn up to $2,500 in cash back savings every calendar year until July 30, 2010, when the Bing cash back program ends. After that, you’ll need to use the Bing Rewards program.

Integrated Shopping. The cash back amounts show directly on the shopping page, which is very convenient.

eBay Purchases. Cash back includes purchases at eBay.

Partner Stores. Check out the complete list of partner stores to see the percentages of cash back at each store.

Get the Highest Cash Back

As always, before making a purchase, I use ev’reward to determine the best cash back program for each store.

That way I can be sure I’m getting the biggest bang for my buck whether it’s using Ebates, Mr. Rebates, Upromise Rewards, MyPoints or other cash back programs.

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Comments to New Cash Back Program from Bing

  1. When you use so many cash-back programs, do you find it dilutes your rebate $s? What I mean is, it takes too long to reach points where you get some cash-back b/c you don’t stick to one program.

    I’m sure mathemtaically, it might make sense to pick the optimal program every time. For those of us who don’t wish to keep track of so many, do you reccomend one over the others?


  2. Thanks for this article of your and you just give me an idea to earn extra money. I really need this.

  3. Don’t really need the Bing cash plan since Malaysia is booming thanks to China ! We in Malaysia are enjoying high growth and high inflation, I do not understand all this complaining. We have to thank China for our strong growth as our economy was going down until March 2009 and China rescued us by buying our commodities. Currently there is strong job market, 2 jobs for every worker, we have to import in foreign labour to do jobs that locals do not want to do ! We have high inflation, an example is a local dessert called “cendol” selling for $1.20 in local currency a month ago, is now selling for $ 1.80 in local currency. Thats a hefty increase, so don’t complain, enjoy the boom ! If you need more money just job hop to a higher salary like what we are doing in Malaysia !

    Chris Leow

  4. I agree with Howard and am interested in the answer…


  5. How do I go about requesting a Bing cashback payment?


  6. how do we see the icons that show the CASH BACk 10% or 20% or whatever number it is. I have searched for seferal items and it never shows any discount. Must we be signed in to the cash back account?


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