Shopping on Bing has never been more beneficial than it is now. Microsoft is now introducing Microsoft Bing Rebates. You can now earn rebates when you shop from some of your favorite stores on Bing.
The beta for Bing Rebates was introduced back at the end of 2019 but has recently gone live and is now available in the United States (50 states and Washington, DC only). Bing Rebates gives Microsoft Rewards members discounts in the form of a rebate via PayPal when they shop with participating retailers on Bing.
Many of the country’s biggest companies are included in the long list of participating retailers for Bing Rebates. The massive list of retailers includes but is not limited to Microsoft, Walmart, Walgreens, and CVS, as well as a lot of the biggest internet and phone providers such as Xfinity, AT&T, Verizon, and more. You can find the full list of participating retailers on the Bing Rebates Dashboard.
Rewards can range from a certain percentage of cash back to hundreds of dollars in cash back for specific purchases. Currently, Microsoft is paying out all Bing Rebates via PayPal, so you’ll need a Microsoft account as well as a PayPal account to get started with Microsoft’s Bing Rebates program.
Now that you understand how the Bing Rebates program works, how can you get signed up and start earning cashback?
Simple! Just go to Microsoft Rewards and sign in or create an account. After doing this, you will automatically be enrolled in the program and will be eligible to start earning cash back. From there, you can search on Bing.com and look through the search results for the Bing Rebates shopping tags, which look like the picture below.
To make a purchase, click through to the retailer’s website, then shop as you normally would. You should complete your purchase in a single browsing session without leaving the retailer’s site or using a coupon code.
Once you complete your purchase, the rebate will be credited to your Rewards account and within a few days will be eligible for withdrawal via PayPal.
Important Note: To earn rebates, you must enable third-party cookies on your browser.
Like many rewards programs, Microsoft’s Bing Rebate program is free to use and sign-up for. If you tend to shop using Bing.com, or even if you don’t, using Microsoft Bing Rebates is an easy option to save a few bucks while you’re surfing the web.