Microsoft expands Bing Rewards program to, over 3 million members participating

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Microsoft has expanded the Bing Rewards program to its news site, on top of the website. Bing Rewards members can now keep track of their credits right from the MSN homepage.

"Starting today in the US, you will be able to earn Bing Rewards credits by exploring and discovering new ways MSN keeps you in the know. Bing Rewards members are now able to keep track of their credit balance right from the MSN homepage. From getting things done with the help of Bing’s search results to catching up on the news that matters most to you on MSN, we’re delighted to enhance the benefits and experience of using both Bing and MSN every day," Microsoft revealed over the weekend.

Microsoft revealed that over 3 million members have joined the program since its launch. The Bing Rewards program has been available for two and a half years now and offers users the ability to discover new features, improve search experience, and reward people for using Bing as their search engine. One can earn a silver or gold status, new rewards such as apps and games for WP8, credit for Xbox Music Passes and Skype, and even extra credit for getting your friend on board the program.

All you have to do is head over to and hit the Bing Rewards icon at the top of the page. MSN for Windows 8 users will have to wait a little while, since Microsoft has not implemented the feature just yet.

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