Bing Rewards offers free 100GB OneDrive storage

We all like to have more and more of online storage, and Microsoft from time to time has provided some bonus storage for its OneDrive users. So do you want 100 GB of OneDrive storage that too for Free? Bing Rewards has teamed up with OneDrive to offer 100 GB of online storage. This 100 GB of OneDrive storage is valid for 2 years from redemption date. Please note that as of now this offer is US only .

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So if you are member of Bing Rewards, you can get this cool offer. As you know members get credits when one searches using Bing. And these credits can be redeemed for various offers or can be donated for a good cause.

Just go to the Bing Rewards dashboard, you can see this Free 100 GB OneDrive offer listed. And the best part of it is that it won’t cost you any credit.

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Please note that this must be redeemed by February 28, 2015.  The limit is One offer redemption per person/account.

So what are you waiting for, if you are eligible just redeem it now. If you are not a member of Bing Rewards, become a member now if its available in your country or region.

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Vasudev G. is a Technology Enthusiast. He is a Windows Insider MVP and is committed to Microsoft technologies and products.

2 Comments

  1. Dan

    For those who can, signing up for Bing rewards involves only setting up a MS email account; then, you earn points of 1/2 point per individual item searched, up to 15 points (30 search items) per day usually; there are usually 1-4 extra points available per day as offered in your rewards account; and on widely random occasions, you can earn 30 points for a day or weekend instead of just 15; of course, you can earn more points anytime by getting others into the program, and earning points as they reach their own status levels.

    I usually redeem my points for Starbucks cards every so often, but there are other cards/discounts available including for XBox items and other retailers…all based on point values and a user’s program status level. Sometimes you can use points to enter giveaway contests.

    Got the 100GB two-year upgrade last week, but it took 1GB away from the unused 15GB free accounts get…not too costly a glitch, considering. Thanks for letting more people know about this, hope MS expands this globally one day soon. Cheers!

  2. vasudevG

    Thanks Dan for the info!

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