Bing.com is offering 100GB of Mirosoft OneDrive Storage for 1 Year for 100 rewards points. Must have a Microsoft account and enroll into Bing Rewards. The storage is usually $50 per year.

Earn points by searching at Bing.com and other simple offers on Rewards Dashboard. It's pretty easy to get 100 reward points.
Retail: $50

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    hsn Ben's cred: 14
    Posted 2:23 pm PST 02/26/14

    Key point: one year.

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    SBMongoos Ben's cred: 19
    Posted 2:43 pm PST 02/26/14

    Plus it's from Mirosoft. lol

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    Bing.com is offering 100GB of Mirosoft OneDrive Storage for 1 Year for 100 rewards points. Get 100 points by donating $1 or more to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, then redeem points for storage reward. Must have a Microsoft account and enroll into Bing Rewards.
    1-Year 100GB Cloud Storage with $1 Donation at Bing.com Ben's best silver award"

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    myc0p Ben's cred: 122
    Posted 3:09 pm PST 02/26/14

    keword: Bing

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    axactlee Ben's cred: -11
    Posted 4:25 pm PST 02/26/14

    5,000 Rewards Credits are equal to $5.00
    100 Rewards Credits = 10 cents
    Sooo.. get 10 cents worth of points for donating $1 or more.
    Sooo.. get 100gb storage for a year for 10 cents (without donating)

    Getting 10 cents worth of product does not, in any manner, entice me into donating to anything.
    Just donate if you want to donate. This whole promo is pointless.

    BTW.. 100gb of free storage isn't nearly enough for my 20tb of movies, music and videos.

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    Whistler Ben's cred: 265
    Posted 7:35 pm PST 02/26/14

    #1's right. One year of service isn't worth much. This is obviously just a hook to pull people in and then get them to subscribe because it's too big a hassle to move all their data. Adding the charity element makes it even more distasteful to me because this isn't about the Boys and Girls Clubs. It's about Microsoft trying to make a buck off of you.

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    uncool Ben's cred: 61
    Posted 8:08 pm PST 02/26/14

    crappy marketing tactics are crappy

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 280
    Posted 8:58 pm PST 02/26/14

    I'd do it, but they would have to throw in a free oven mitt....

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    buy2go Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 9:14 pm PST 02/26/14

    What's the price after 12 months

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    benjuang Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 1:02 am PST 02/27/14

    SBMongoos wrote:
    Plus it's from Mirosoft. lol " Bing.com is offering 100GB of Mirosoft OneDrive Storage for 1 Year for 100 rewards points. Get 100 points by donating $1 or more to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, then redeem points for storage reward. Must have a Microsoft account and enroll into Bing Rewards. 1-Year 100GB Cloud Storage with $1 Donation at Bing.com Ben's best silver award"


    Where do you see "Get 100 points by donating $1 or more to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America"? I only see an option to donate 100 points towards the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. o.O

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 682
    Posted 10:53 am PST 02/27/14

    buy2go wrote:
    What's the price after 12 months


    I think it's $50.

    https://onedrive.live.com/about/en-us/plans/

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    BargainsBoy Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 1:17 pm PST 02/27/14

    axactlee wrote:
    5,000 Rewards Credits are equal to $5.00 100 Rewards Credits = 10 cents Sooo.. get 10 cents worth of points for donating $1 or more. Sooo.. get 100gb storage for a year for 10 cents (without donating) Getting 10 cents worth of product does not, in any manner, entice me into donating to anything. Just donate if you want to donate. This whole promo is pointless. BTW.. 100gb of free storage isn't nearly enough for my 20tb of movies, music and videos.


    I believe its 500 for $5 or 100 for $1.

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    apaytay Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 1:56 pm PST 02/27/14

    benjuang wrote:
    SBMongoos wrote:
    Plus it's from Mirosoft. lol " Bing.com is offering 100GB of Mirosoft OneDrive Storage for 1 Year for 100 rewards points. Get 100 points by donating $1 or more to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, then redeem points for storage reward. Must have a Microsoft account and enroll into Bing Rewards. 1-Year 100GB Cloud Storage with $1 Donation at Bing.com Ben's best silver award"
    Where do you see "Get 100 points by donating $1 or more to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America"? I only see an option to donate 100 points towards the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. o.O

    You are right benjuang.

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    X_Specter_X Ben's cred: 17
    Posted 5:14 pm PST 02/27/14

    100GB to be stored on the NSA servers. Microsoft couldn't be more in bed with the government.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3814
    Posted 9:04 pm PST 02/27/14

    ^ Why would NSA need to bother with cloud storage servers when they can just let everyone else foot the bill and then demand access to them?

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    axactlee Ben's cred: -11
    Posted 1:07 am PST 02/28/14

    BargainsBoy wrote:
    I believe its 500 for $5 or 100 for $1.


    http://rewards.xbox.com/faq/
    What is the monetary value of Rewards Credits?
    A. 5,000 Rewards Credits are equal to $5 USD.

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    sanvara Ben's cred: 24
    Posted 1:36 am PST 02/28/14

    X_Specter_X wrote:
    100GB to be stored on the NSA servers. Microsoft couldn't be more in bed with the government.


    If the NSA wants to listen to my music files I have no problem with it.

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    Whistler Ben's cred: 265
    Posted 3:51 am PST 02/28/14

    I'd hold out for a toaster, #7.

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