The Bulls completed a victory over the Pumas at Loftus on Saturday to seal the Super Rugby Unlocked title.
The Bulls needed only have avoided a 48-point defeat to claim the stopgap competition.
Aimee Barret-Theron also made history as she took the whistle as the first female referee in premier class rugby.
Any hopes of an upset quickly evaporated as the Bulls put on a clinic in the first half racing to a 21-0 lead within the first 30 minutes of the clash.
Kurt-Lee Arendse crashed over in the corner for the Bulls first try and much of the first half was spent with them pushing the Pumas back.
Chris Smith, earning his first start in place of Morne Steyn then bashed over for the Bulls second and moments later his halfback partner Ivan van Zyl sniped through and scored the third.
Ultimately the hosts weren’t able to score in the second half but had already done enough to clinch the very first Super Rugby Unlocked title.
The Bulls suffered their only Super Rugby Unlocked defeat in the second week of the competition against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.
They produced dominant performances in their matches against the Sharks and Stormers at Loftus comfortably beating the coastal Super Rugby sides.
At Ellis Park, the Bulls bested the Lions in a pulsating Jukskei derby that cemented them as the championship favourites.