Microsoft Live Search Club Review

June 7, 2007 · 0 comments

Microsoft Live Search Club Review
Date Launched: May 2007
Who is Eligible: U.S. residents only, ages 13 and up.
How It Works: Earn points by playing games; points can then be redeemed for prizes. Games are worth between 10 and 25 points. The minimum to redeem (for a free ring tone) is 105 points. Games can be completed in between 3 minutes and up, depending on the game and your ability.
Prizes Include: Headphones, T-shirts, movie tickets, PC and Xbox games, webcams, keyboards, Zunes, Xboxes (the most expensive redemption, at 35,000 points), and more.
How to Join: Simply log in to with your Hotmail, MSN Messenger, or Microsoft Passport account. Creating a Hotmail account is very quick and easy if you don’t already have one; just go here:
Notes: Just joined this program yesterday and earned 350 points in about an hour and a half. A t-shirt is 1100 points and a pair of movie tickets is 2250 points (easily attainable in about a week). The program is new and I’d suspect that the number of points required for prizes will increase pretty drastically when the admins see how easy it is to reach cashout — so get in while ya can! Last note: Though it’s the lowest paying of the games (at 10 points), I find Clink the easiest to complete (very similar to Wheel of Fortune’s “before and after” puzzles). Also, if you choose to play Chicktionary (making as many words as possible out of a given set of letters), you’ll want to open a window to an anagram-solving site like
Like Microsoft Live Search Club? You may also like these similar programs: BigDevil, Blingo, and Winzy.

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