Blessed Microsoft Rewards. Since its launch, the Microsoft rewards program has turned out to be a real blessing for many gamers, who invest part of their time in collect points and then redeem them for gift cards in digital stores, subscriptions, participating in raffles and even making contributions to charitable associations.
But those from Seattle have wanted to go a step further with an addition to this program: Microsoft Cashbacka system that returns cash after making purchases both in the Microsoft Store and in other stores and brands participating in the program. Here we tell you how it works.
This is how Microsoft Cashback works. Will it come to Spain?
Microsoft Cashback (formerly Bing Rebates) is a free program that offers Microsoft Rewards members refunds in cash when they shop at participating Bing retailers. Reimbursement is paid through PayPal after confirming the purchase with a $1,000 limit year.
If you are a resident of the United States and want to enroll, you just have to follow these steps:
- Sign in or create a Microsoft Rewards account.
- Search Bing in Microsoft Edge for results with tags Microsoft Cashback Shopping.
- Shop as you normally would. Once you complete your purchase, the refund will be credited to your Rewards account. After a short waiting period, you will be able to transfer the refund to your PayPal account.
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There is a good list of stores in the program, but probably the one that most interests us Xbox players is the Microsoft Store itself, where refunds of the 2% on consoles and accessories, and 7% on video games.
Microsoft Rewards already offers a “cashback” when we buy through the console of 2% on all purchases to accumulate 20 points for every 1 eurobut now both systems are added, obtaining even more reward.
The only “problem” is that at the moment It is only available in the United Statesbut it is likely that over time it can be extended to more countries, as has happened with other Microsoft programs in the past.