Microsoft Rewards is a free programme that lets you earn points for doing normal things. You’ll get points when you search on Bing.com or buy something from the Microsoft Store online or in Windows 10. Check out the page about rewards. Every day, we add new ways to make money.
You don’t have to promise or pay anything to use Microsoft Rewards. It’s part of your Microsoft account, so you must sign up, stay signed in, and go.
You’ll have more chances to win great prizes as you earn more points. We make it easy for you to keep track of your progress toward anything you want, like gift cards, sweepstakes, and charitable donations.
If you used to be a member of Bing Rewards, keep going! Your account automatically switched to Microsoft Rewards. You can find out what’s new at rewards.microsoft.com. Have fun!
Note: In some countries or regions, you might not get points for searching on Bing.com or buying things from the Microsoft Store on Xbox.
Getting started with Microsoft Rewards
To start getting rewards from Microsoft, all you need is a Microsoft account. It lets you use just one sign-in to connect to everything Microsoft. Sign up right now at Microsoft Rewards. Click “Sign up for free” and then follow the steps to make a Microsoft account.
If you already have an account with Microsoft, that’s great! (Still, trying to figure it out? You probably have a Microsoft account if you’ve ever played Xbox, used Skype, or have an email account with Hotmail or Outlook.
Your account comes with the free Rewards programme. Sign in, go to the Rewards page, and start looking around—people who have used Bing Rewards before know the same thing. Your points went with your account when it was automatically switched to Microsoft Rewards.
How to earn Microsoft Rewards points
Microsoft Rewards points are easy to get and can be used to buy great things like gift cards, movies, games, donations to good causes, and more. Keep your Microsoft account logged in, and you’ll get points for doing things you already do. You can earn Microsoft Rewards points in the following ways:
Use Bing to find things (level up faster by searching with Bing on Microsoft Edge).
Use the search box on your Windows 10 device’s taskbar to look for things on the web.
You can use your phone, Xbox One, the Microsoft Store app on your Windows 10/11 or Windows 8.1 device, or the web to buy things from Microsoft Store online. Find out more at Shop and earn Microsoft Rewards points.
You can do a Bing search with Cortana.
Check out the “Earn” page and the “Points” page. There are new ways to earn points daily, like quizzes and trivia games, so come back often!
On Xbox One, you can play certain games or do certain quests. Open the Rewards app as a first step. For more information, see Earn rewards on Xbox.
Set Bing as your default search engine and use the Bing app or the Microsoft Launcher for Android app to search with Bing on your phone or tablet to earn points. Get even more points by using the Microsoft Edge app.
Microsoft Rewards points can’t be turned into cash. Most of the time, you need about 5,000 points to buy something that costs $5.
Note: In some countries or regions, buying things from the Microsoft Store on Xbox may not give you points.
*Different countries and areas have different daily limits and rules.
See how many Microsoft Rewards points you have
On Bing.com and Microsoft.com, look next to your account name to see how many Microsoft Rewards points you have. Ensure your Microsoft account is signed in if you don’t see it.
You can also learn more about your points if you recently bought something at the Microsoft Store, either in person or online. Sign in to your Microsoft account and then go shopping. Remember that they will stay active if you earn or spend Microsoft Rewards points in 18 months.
How to redeem Microsoft Rewards points?
Microsoft has a lot of rewards, like movies, apps, contests, and more. When you have enough points to get what you want, your Rewards page will show all the rewards you can get. Just click “Redeem” and follow the instructions. When you want to spend money, go to the Redeem page.
You can save points for a big item or spend them on smaller ones. We’re here for you no matter how you want to use your points. We’ll keep track of how many points you have so you can keep earning and spending without having to count.
Note: If you’re here because you haven’t received a Reward you redeemed, don’t hesitate to contact Microsoft Rewards support.
About Microsoft Rewards status levels
Microsoft Rewards has two levels of status: Level 1 and Level 2. The only way to stay at Level 2 is to get 500 Microsoft Rewards points monthly. How you get points doesn’t matter; they all count toward your status.
At Level 2, members can earn five times as many points on Bing.com, save up to 10% on Microsoft products and services rewards, and get access to special offers. Check to see if there are any new offers on your Rewards page.
Microsoft Rewards refund and exchange policy
Depending on what’s going on, points may be given back. Once you order a Reward, you can’t change your mind or send it back to get your points back. If you have a question about an order, you can contact Microsoft Rewards Support.
Track my Microsoft Rewards orders
If you want to keep track of your Microsoft Rewards order after you’ve redeemed an award, go to the Microsoft Rewards page, sign in with your Microsoft account, click Redeem, and then click Order History. On the Order History page, look under Status to find your order.
You can also track your order by using the confirmation email sent to the main email address on your Microsoft account. On the Order History page, you can click Resend to get another confirmation email if you didn’t get the first one. If you want to change that email address, go to Change my Microsoft Rewards primary email.
Why was my Microsoft Rewards order cancelled?
Sorry for the bother. A rewards order could be cancelled for many different reasons. Contact Support, and we’ll do what we can to help.
So many places to earn Microsoft Rewards
Shop at Microsoft Store
Get points when buying movies, laptops, and more from the Microsoft Store online.
Browse on Microsoft Edge
Search with Microsoft Bing in the Microsoft Edge browser and earn points.
Play on Xbox
With the Xbox Rewards app, you can get points for playing some of your favourite games.
Search in Windows
Get points when you use the Windows Search Box to start a Microsoft Bing search.
In Conclusion – Microsoft Rewards
This is all about Microsoft Rewards. I told you how to get Microsoft Rewards and everything you need to know about it up there. Find out more at Microsoft Rewards.
FAQs – Microsoft Rewards
What does 5000 Microsoft Points get you?
Microsoft Rewards points can’t be turned into cash. Usually, you’ll need about 5,000 points to get something that costs $5.
Are Microsoft rewards ending?
Until December 31, 2023, if you are a MyVIP Star Rank Xbox Live Rewards member and switch to Microsoft Rewards, you will get special benefits from Microsoft Rewards. Click here to find out more. What will happen when the MyVIP promotion ends on December 31, 2023?
How much is 1000 points Microsoft rewards?
There is no cash value, but 1,000 points are the same as a dollar. When you get a reward for getting 1,000 points, it’s worth about that much.
How many dollars is 1000 Microsoft Points?
$1 USD = 1,000 points.
Is Robux gone from Microsoft rewards?
Microsoft Rewards no longer have Robux.
How do I get 6000 points on Microsoft rewards?
When you buy the punch card on Xbox, you’ll get 6,000 points if you activate it.
How many Microsoft Points per day?
Members at Level 1 can get points for up to 10 searches daily, while members at Level 2 can get points for up to 30.How do I get points for shopping at the Microsoft Store for Xbox and Windows?