Hulu Just Ended Their Popular Bing Reward Offer




Bing Rewards is a popular program that lets you earn free gift cards by searching with Bing. In the past you could earn a free month of Hulu if you used Bing as your search engine. Well now that seems to have come to a end.

We are not sure exactly when it happened but some users over at /r/Hulu just noticed you will no longer find Hulu as a option. Bing Rewards did add new options from companies like Burger King, Target, Wal-Mart, Toys r Us, and Dominos to name a few.

Here is how Bing Rewards works:

Get points for doing what you already do

Earn points by searching with Bing and shopping the Windows Store, Xbox Store, and Microsoft Store.

Choose from movies, games, and more

Redeem your points for popular games, movies, apps, or gift cards, and enjoy members-only offers and events.

Getting started is easy

Join the Rewards program using your Microsoft account, and start earning points. It’s fun, simple, and free.

Did you use the Bing rewards program for free Hulu gift cards? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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