- There are now 38 more countries where the Microsoft Rewards Program is available.
- Now, 58 countries are getting help from the programme.
- Microsoft Reward points can be used to buy things like gift cards, raffle tickets, donations to charity, and more.
Microsoft Reward points can be used to buy things like gift cards, raffle tickets, and donations to charities. Now, more people can use the programme and get reward points. Twitter user Idle Sloth noticed that the Microsoft Rewards Program is now available in 38 more countries, bringing the total to 58.
On the Microsoft Rewards page, it says, “Search, shop, and play games with Microsoft to earn rewards for yourself or donations to causes of your choice” (opens in new tab). “It’s a free and fun way to give back and feel good about yourself.”
According to the Wayback Machine, the program’s support document was updated before July 31, 2022. There is a chance that these countries got help before that date.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- Vatican City
- San Marino Republic
- Slovak Republic
If you don’t know what Microsoft Rewards is, it’s a loyalty programme that lets anyone with a Microsoft account in a supported country earn Rewards Points by searching the web with Bing, buying games, playing games, and doing things like Xbox Game Pass Quests. You can then use the points you’ve earned to buy things like Xbox and Microsoft Store gift cards. Use this link to sign up for Microsoft Rewards.
At the moment, we don’t know how well the scheme is supported in the above countries, so you may not be able to use Xbox Game Pass Quests or the Microsoft Rewards app on Xbox. If you live in one of the new regions supported by Microsoft Rewards and have signed up, let us know how things are going in the comments.