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Microsoft Launches Bing Offers

By Chris Neiger - Apr 25, 2013 at 2:00PM

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Bing Offers is a new way for online users to discover deals without leaving the Bing website.

Today, Microsoft (MSFT -0.37%) launched Bing Offers, a new way for Bing users to discover online deals.

Big Offers aggregates U.S. deals from across the web, eliminating the need for users to log on to separate websites or sift through their emails to find deals. Users can search for deals by typing in a business name, category, or keyword, or even filter through deals using categories such as food, travel, and location.

According to a statement on its blog, Bing said it has "one of the largest collection of local deals on the web" and utilizes a broad set of partners for local deals. Bing said its new Offers feature works across PCs, tablets, and mobile devices and will be a seamless experience across all devices.

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