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Microsoft Rewards has 50GB of OneDrive storage for 1 year for just 5,250 pts.

This is equivalent to a $5 amazon giftcard and a pretty good deal for 50GB of cloud storage for a year.

I'm not sure if this stacks (I'd imagine it does, like the 100gb credit from 2 years ago did) but it should. I've got 41.5gb permanently from various stuff and my camera roll has pretty much taken up all that space so this is something that is very helpful for me.

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How did you get 41.5 GB, my onenote is taking up all my space
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I find onedrive sync slower than say Dropbox. This slow sync can cause problem if you are working on the same fine from 2 computers (not the same instance).

What happened to me last week was when I made an update to a Word document from the laptop, saved and closed the doc. Moved over to the desktop open the file, the file was the old version and the new changes were lost. Lucky I printed out the document so I can just retype it.
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Dang not enough points. Can i just buy this for 5.00 somehow?
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Dang not enough points. Can i just buy this for 5.00 somehow?
for $5 on ebay you can bump your permanent storage up by 10gb
For $2 I also bought 200GB for 2 years
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How did you get 41.5 GB, my onenote is taking up all my space
I had 15gb (legacy free plan), 15gb for windows phone camera roll, 10gb for loyalty bonus (whatever that is) and 1.5gb for referrals
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for $5 on ebay you can bump your permanent storage up by 10gb
For $2 I also bought 200GB for 2 years
I can see where the confusion comes from, this doesn't cost $5. it's free. last I checked, free was a better deal than $2 or $5.

Also, buying these licenses/codes on ebay is a great way to get your microsoft account banned from things like onedrive.
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for $5 on ebay you can bump your permanent storage up by 10gb
For $2 I also bought 200GB for 2 years
Thanks!
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for $5 on ebay you can bump your permanent storage up by 10gb
For $2 I also bought 200GB for 2 years
Proof?
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Thanks didn't notice this was there and I need more space!
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Proof?
Look on ebay for proof. I have 35gb permanent and then via ebay I have a 200gb extra for two years. Ebay search OneDrive 200GB
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I can see where the confusion comes from, this doesn't cost $5. it's free. last I checked, free was a better deal than $2 or $5.

Also, buying these licenses/codes on ebay is a great way to get your microsoft account banned from things like onedrive.
I did the referal bump years ago and have had no issues
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for $5 on ebay you can bump your permanent storage up by 10gb
For $2 I also bought 200GB for 2 years
Oops proof was supoosed to be for getting banned
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Would your stuff still be there after a yr/limit 50gb reached? So this just means you can not upload anymore stuff but whatever is there will still be there? thanks
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Is there a way to earn the points? I'm like 2000 short
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