You may wonder how to get more points in the Microsoft Rewards program. However, if you perform a common activity on Microsoft Rewards program, you will only earn a few points. Not surprisingly, if many people are trying to find a way to get extra Microsoft Rewards points, that’s because Microsoft Rewards offers some amazing rewards.
To note: Only U.S. players can earn free Robux with Microsoft Rewards system.
Earning More Microsoft Rewards Points, Here’s the Guide!
After you have created a Microsoft account, you should complete Microsoft Rewards activities if you want to get points. You can click Points breakdown first to find all of the different ways that you can earn points. To use Microsoft Rewards, you need to be signed in with the same Microsoft account.
In order to earn more points of Microsoft rewards, there are some ways that you should do to earn Microsoft Rewards points easily, here are they:
- Use Bing as the default search engine in Microsoft Edge
In order to get extra points, you need to set Bing as the default search engine in Edge. To change it, you need to open Microsoft Edge and then click on the hamburger menu. Choose Privacy and Services from the left menu tree and scroll down to Services. After that, click on the Address bar in which you’ll find the option to change the default search engine used in Edge.
- Set Microsoft Edge as your default browser
If you want to earn extra Microsoft Rewards points, to set Microsoft Edge as your default browser is a must. To change the default applications, you can open Windows Search using the Win + S shortcut. After that, type default apps and click on the Settings app entry which appears. Here, you’re able to change the default browser to Microsoft Edge.
- Use Cortana and Windows Search Integration
To get extra Microsoft Rewards points, it’s highly recommended for you to use both Cortana and the Windows Search integration for your web searches. Even though the Cortana and Search buttons were separated, however, you can still use Windows Search to search the internet and use Cortana as your virtual assistant.
- Log into your Microsoft Account on your Windows 10 Computer
If you get an issue on privacy as your reason to hold off on logging into your account, you definitely can turn off Compatibility Telemetry.
- Install and use Microsoft Edge and Cortana on your mobile device
By installing and using the Microsoft Edge and Cortana on your smartphone, it will give you extra rewards. So make sure to log into your account after installing the apps to maximize the results that you obtain.
- Set goals in the Microsoft Rewards
Another way that you can perform in order to get extra Microsoft Points Rewards is to set your goals in the Microsoft Rewards section of your account. However, it will help you get closer to your requirements. It can also serve as a good reminder if you want Microsoft Rewards Xbox Game Pass.
- Keep to check the rewards section
Why should you do it this way? However, the Rewards section will keep informing you on how you can maximize the number of points that you can earn in a month. Make sure to always visit the page and monitor your goals and the number of points you need and have. By checking the rewards section regularly, you may do so for a few extra points.
Okay, those are all Microsoft Rewards activities that you should complete in order to earn enough Microsoft Points. If you complete those activities every day, it shouldn’t take too long to earn more points.
What Is Microsoft Rewards Program?
Microsoft Rewards or better previously known as Bing Rewards is a free program which was introduced in 2018, allowing Windows 10 users to earn rewards points based on their activities on the Microsoft products.
Some activities to earn points with Microsoft Rewards are to use Bing to search on the internet, use Microsoft Edge to browse the internet, make purchase apps and games on the Microsoft Store and use Windows 10 in their day to day life.
Moreover, Microsoft Bing Rewards and Microsoft Rewards Xbox which are available in certain regions are collected in your account while you’re signed in. Certainly, if you stay signed in, you’re able to keep earning those points for free. So, the more points you gather, the more chances you have of getting higher tiered rewards.
How to Activate Microsoft Rewards Program?
To activate and participate in the Microsoft Rewards program, you have to join it using the Microsoft Rewards site. Make sure to sign up for this service if you have not already the account.
Here’s step-by-step that you have to follow:
- First, open Microsoft Edge on your computer.
- In the Microsoft Accounts page, you need to create an account if you don’t have an account yet or log into your account if you already have one.
- Then, go to the Microsoft Rewards page.
- After that, click on the Join for Free button on the bottom of the page.
- Now, you will be taken into the Microsoft Rewards program.
- After joining the Microsoft Rewards program, you will be rewarded Rewards points every time you use a Microsoft product or service.
That’s how to activate the Microsoft Rewards program in order to join it.
How to Redeem Microsoft Rewards Points?
Microsoft Rewards points can be redeemed for free games, gift cards, movies and more. If you already have enough points of Microsoft Rewards, you definitely can redeem it for certain rewards.
If you already have enough Microsoft Rewards points, you can then redeem it on Redeem Page. In order to redeem the points, you should have earned at least 1,500, 3,000, or 6,000, 12,000 or 15,000 Microsoft Rewards Points.
- First, log into your Microsoft Account.
- Then, find the ‘My account’ tab.
- You will find a ‘Redeem’ button, under this tab.
- At the Redeem section, you will see your rewards points lighting up.
- If you want to redeem or claim the rewards points, you just simply click on the ‘Redeem’ button.
- After that, you need to follow the instructions which show on your screen to claim the rewards.
Congratulations! You successfully claim your rewards points.
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