Bing, for those who do not know, is Microsoft’s search engine. Their version of Google. Microsoft wants everyone to switch to Bing, so much so, that they have created a Rewards program for Bing users. That is, if you sign up for the Bing Rewards program and start using Bing for all of your searches, you will earn points. These points can then be redeemed for cool items like Amazon and StarBucks gift cards (525 points for a $5 gift card) and more. Microsoft even has a offer going on where you can redeem 100 points for 100GB of OneDrive online storage for one year. OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage service. Unless they extend the offer, you will have to pay $50 for the next year, but this is still a nice offer.
But, I think there is a better reward than that. For 450 Bing Rewards points you can get one month of Hulu Plus for free. Since Hulu Plus costs $7.99 per month you could use your Bing Rewards points every month for the free Hulu Plus and save $95.88 a year. Bing gives points for different reasons, but the easiest way to earn points is to use Bing for searches. You can earn 15 points every day for just searching with Bing. You get 1 point for every two searches you make. So, 15 points a day for a month is 450 points, just enough to get your free Hulu Plus for a month. You can also get 10 points a day for searching from your mobile phone. Repeat every month and you are set.