Microsoft Cashback released, now part of Rewards


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Staff Member
Jan 8, 2011
They just introduced Microsoft Cashback, which is now part of the Microsoft Rewards. This now enables the Rewards users to earn cash back for any eligible purchase of Microsoft’s services. If you are a Rewards user and did not know about this, worry not because a majority of the users reported this news ending up in their spam.

Major Points
  • Microsoft has introduced Microsoft Cashback, which was in Beta for around two-and-half years under the name Microsoft Bing Rebates.
  • Microsoft Cashback will be implemented within 14 days of receiving that email.
  • Although it is unclear which regions can benefit from it, users from the US and UK have reported receiving the email.

Email reads via reddit:
Microsoft Cashback is now part of Rewards. Rewards users will now earn cash back for eligible purchases. To enable these new savings, we have made updates to our terms describing how data will be collected. You may start seeing cash backs when you shop using Microsoft products like Microsoft Bing or Microsoft Edge starting in 14 days.

By continuing to use Microsoft Rewards you are consenting to the Microsoft Cashback program terms. If you do not want to receive cash back offers you can opt out of Microsoft Rewards.

If you want to learn more about how cash back works you may read about it in the Microsoft Cashback FAQ.

To participate:
  • Be at least 18 years of age and a lawful resident of the United States (50 states and Washington, D.C. only), United Kingdom, European Union, or Japan.
  • Have a Microsoft account.
  • Register for the Microsoft Cashback program.
  • Have an account with PayPal.
  • Have cookies enabled on your browser, so we can track your purchases and credit the associated cashback to your Microsoft Cashback account.

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