Microsoft Rewards program coming to more European countries

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Microsoft appears to be spreading their loyalty rewards program to more European countries. Microsoft Rewards gives people points for searching with Bing, as well as shopping at Microsoft Online store, taking daily quizzes, entering competitions and others. They can use the earned points towards a range of items on the Microsoft Store, including music, films, games, apps and devices. They can also convert their points into charity donations. For example, a month-long Xbox Live Gold Membership costs 6,000 points, while a £5 Xbox digital gift card costs 5,300 points. A Windows Store gift card costs 5,850 points.

Last week, Microsoft expanded its Microsoft Rewards loyalty program Italy and today we can report the availability of the program in the Netherlands.

One of the easiest ways to earn points is to set your homepage to the Bing website and do your searches from there and to install the Microsoft Launcher on your Android phone for the same reason.

Are any of our readers regular users of the service? Let us know below.

Thanks Luuk for the tip.

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