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Published 4 years ago with 6 Comments

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  • NinjaKlaus
    +5

    I'm hooked on their bing rewards points, I net around $20 a year in Amazon gift cards just by using the Bing Rewards searches. It's amazing, when I go to look something up I use Bing, if it's not there or harder to find I switch over to Google and check. Phone numbers, maps and directions are still best googled over bing'd though.

    • PrismDragon (edited 4 years ago)
      +5

      Agreed! The main reason why I use Bing is because of their awesome rewards points system. It may be slow, but it adds up over the months. Combined with beermoney sites like Swagbucks, the side-earnings can add up.

    • picklefingers
      +4

      Bing rewards is the reason I have it set as my primary search engine. If google had something like that, I'd never use it. But currently, Bing gets a couple hundred searches from me a month.

    • RenegadeMizu
      +3

      This is exactly what I do. The rewards paid for some used textbooks, so I'll happily use Bing.

    • nikuhiru
      +3

      Bing rewards are only available in the US which is rather unfortunate. I've tried using it a few times but just can't seem to get used to it.

      There's no incentive for me to use something other than DDG/Google.

  • kigurame
    +2

    Honestly there are a lot of things that bing gets right like tracking usps packages for instance no need to visit the usps site just smack in the tracking number presto bing shows you where it is. And doing the windows 10 preview the integration with Cortana is amazing

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