[Author’s Note: I’m not a paid spokesperson for Microsoft, Coca-Cola, any health insurance company, or gym. I am not being reimbursed in any fashion for sharing this information.]
No, no, I promise you my account and website has not been hacked. This post is an update and continuation to my original Bing Points post.
Bing has been converted over to Microsoft points. Essentially it means that you take whatever your Bing Points total and multiply it by 10 and that’s your new Microsoft Points total. But it’s still the same concept: Do a certain amount of searches each day, and you earn points. I do these searches to accumulate points for Amazon gift cards. The $5 Amazon gift card is 5250 points.
My Coke Rewards
If you’re a drinker of Coca-Cola® products and you’re not redeeming the Coke Rewards points, you are literally throwing away free money and coupons for free products. Twelve packs have codes on the tear away section, and they are worth 10 points. The bottles, all sizes, have codes on the caps, and they’re worth 3 points. You can redeem 75 points a week.
The types of gift cards I work toward are $10 Walmart gift card (670 points), $10 Amazon gift card (690 points), and $10 TJ Maxx/Marshalls gift card (710 points).
Gym Membership Reimbursement
This one pertains to my health insurance. (I recommend checking with your insurance company to see if they offer a similar reimbursement.) If I go to the gym 100 times a year, must be spaced throughout the year and not all the once, I can get $150.00 reimbursement toward my gym membership.
Ideally, I would be going 25 times a quarter, so roughly 9 times a month. I can tell you, I may not make it this year. February, September, and October were bad months for me. I didn’t go to the gym at all.
So these are some ways I earn free gift cards and reimbursements. Thanks for reading.
© Cori Large 7 October 2016