Nokia Lumia 900 & Xbox 360 Winners, Plus New Bing Rewards Sweepstakes

 

We are pleased to announce the winners, pending official confirmation, of five Nokia Lumia 900s and the Xbox 360® prize pack offered in our April Bing Rewards sweepstakes. Two new sweeps have begun and end on May 31. Keep reading for details on the great prizes we’re offering and how to enter, but first congratulations to our latest winning Bing Rewards members!

  • The five lucky winners picked in the Nokia Lumia 900 sweepstakes were: Chris M. of Caribou, ME; George E. of Queen Creek, AZ; Linden S. of Marietta, GA; Terry P. of Heyburn, ID: and, Brian P. of St. George, UT. Enjoy your new, amazingly fast Windows Phones!
  • Perry L. of McDonaugh, GA was drawn as the winner of the Xbox 360 Prize Pack with Tiger Woods 13. Have fun with the awesome Kinect™ integration.

The two new sweepstakes* for Bing Rewards members have kicked off and will end May 31, 2012. The prizes include:

  • Xbox 360 Prize Pack & Kinect Star Wars. Ready to unleash your inner Jedi? The lucky winner will become the proud new owner of the highly anticipated Xbox 360® Limited Edition Kinect™ Star Wars™ Bundle, which includes a custom R2-D2-themed Xbox 360 console, white Kinect Sensor and a C-3PO-themed wireless controller.
  • 500 Amazon.com Gift Card – 5 Winners. Win one of five $500 Amazon.com Gift Cards** that can be used toward Books, Electronics, Music, and more. The Amazon.com website is the place to find and discover almost anything you want to buy online at a great price.

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To enter, visit http://www.bingrewards.com and please follow the instructions to create a Bing Rewards account or simply visit our redemption center here. You can find the sweepstakes Official Rules here. Good luck!

You can follow @BingRewards on Twitter for the latest program news, extra ways to get rewarded and exclusive offers.

Alex Danskin

Marketing Communication Manager, Bing

* No purchase necessary. Open only to Legal residents of the 50 US +D.C. 13 +.Ends 5/31/2012 at 11:59 a.m. PST

**Amazon.com is not a sponsor of this promotion. Except as required by law, GCs cannot be transferred for value or redeemed for cash. GCs may be used only for purchases of eligible goods on Amazon.com or certain of its affiliated websites. For complete terms and conditions, see www.amazon.com/gc-legal. GCs are issued by ACI Gift Cards, Inc., a Washington corporation. ©,®,™ Amazon.com Inc. and/or its affiliates, 2012.



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17 comments
  1. kartonki

    I think Bing rewards is an excellent program and Im very glad that a lot of people got to win those amazing prizes!  I really like this collaboration between Microsoft and Nokia and having those super devices on the rewards program is ultra awesome!

  2. SQLServerManagementStudio.net

    Wow 500 dollar gift card is really worth much -enjoy with shopping

  3. MatthewMk2

    Is Bing rewards ever going to launch outside the US? I live in Canada and I love Bing search and use it all the time but it's frustrating how Non-American versions of Bing are so lacking feature wise.

  4. Yogi76

    Darn it, I wasted all my points entering the Lumia contest. No more sweepstakes for me. I'm going back to using points on actual rewards.

  5. ReZeRo

    I wasted over 700 points and didnt win wow what a rip off -_-

  6. Jabe124

    To the user above me: I know lol. I'll stick to buying non-sweepstake rewards from now on. That 500 gift card won't tempt me.

  7. Lordfriday

    I am so ticked…. I wasted over 1690 credits entering in this stupid thing… that is bull crap…

  8. izzmo

    Wow, I wasted over 2,000 points.. thanks Bing.. you finally just got me to switch to Google. Next time don't rig it.

  9. slain valhallan

    Wow, I can't believe there are people complaining about not winning.  You need to realize that, even if you spent a good amount of poitns for the contests, there are a large number of bing users out there that probably did the same.  You really can't expect a guaranteed win if you spent an X number of points vs someone who spent Y number of points.  Sure, your chances may increase, but it is completely random, after all.  

    And LOL @izzmo who's going to switch back to Google just because he didn't win the contest…talk about a sore loser.  You lost, get over it.  You want to switch to Google?  Go ahead, but why officially announce it.  You sound more like a fool just because you've decided to switch search engines just because you didn't win some contest.  You're just one individual against many.

  10. squobs

    This is the biggest crock I have ever seen. I wasted over 300 credits and didn't win anything. Don't waste your time. I'm switching back to Google. Also the Bing Rewards staff are terrible at communicating on twitter. It seems they only respond to you if you have 100 or more followers. Microsoft needs to work on their PR. I'm out.

  11. aarondr

    Yeah – I don't mean to be a jerk to those that are crying about losing, but guess what – I put in 1700+ points – even bought half of my entries with a gold 'discount'.  At the end of the day I traded about $15-20 worth of Amazon gift cards to the possibility of winning $650 worth of stuff (449 phone + $200)… to me that sounds just like most raffles.  I'm sad I didn't win but like most lotteries – you probably won't win.  I was hopping that this would slip under the radar and my 1000+ entries – one would be a winner.  Unfortunately there were a lot of other people just like me, and the Lumia is turning out to be popular  - so a lot of people entered.

    I say fine: go back to google – when they start giving back to you for your searches, let me know :-P.  At least we had the possibility of winning something.

  12. iui4

    Congrats to the winners!

  13. codeguy

    I HATE YOU BING!  WAAAH WAAHH!!!  Just kidding.  Of course, I wanted to win – I switched to Bing to get away from Google and a chance to win this was a bonus – I won't switch back over it!  I was actually going to go back to contract cell phone if I had won, but, I also realized that THOUSANDS (maybe millions) of people would be entering, so my hopes were much higher than they should have been.  Oh well, I'll stick with my Straight Talk iPhone.  CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!!!

  14. NerdyWoman

    I knew the odds were against me, but since Bing gave me the rewards points (I didn't spend a single centavo to get them), it cost me NOTHING to try for the Xbox and/or Nokia phone. No wins but I'm still going for that Amazon gift card. Spendy entries just when my daily points possible has dropped to 20 but having GOLD status helps a little bit. If I win, I'll be buying a Windows phone. After reading Google's policies about tracking phone calls (remember Android belongs to Google), I'm getting a Windows phone some way.

    Congrats to the winners!

  15. Falken

    Nice rigged little contest. I actually tried out Bing because of this but I will switch back to Google. Another failed marketing attempt by M$.

  16. ashyboy

    Why do people think that they can "force" a lottery or raffle in their favor the more time, money or points they spend?

    I guess people never paid attention or even took a statistics and probability class in school. That's not how it works folks…just because you lost over 2000 points on a silly contest doesn't mean it was rigged. Heck, you can go ahead and purchase 176 million lotto tickets and that still won't guarantee a win. Which is why millionaires don't simply buy out the powerball or megamillions and simply double or triple their money over-night.

    If you think this was a waste or was rigged, then don't enter, spend your free points on something else. I personally have over 4400 MS points in my XBL account which I buy games with, all thanks to Bing. Now I might simply be using non-tangible currency to purchase digital games, but this is plenty tangible for me, and I have some fun for a few days, weeks all for simply searching the internet which I was going to do anyways.

    Just enter the contest once if it is really tempting, and walk away. Stop being so damn self-entitled, and think that you deserve to win.

    For all those leaving to Google, um, good riddance! Less people that enter a contest the better my odds, quite frankly.

  17. Serena20

    To tell the truth,Nokia is of great quality.From http://girlsp.org

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