Win “Dinner for Two” for a year
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Two months ago, I ran a giveaway for two plane tickets anywhere in the US.
Robyn won! She’s planning to fly to her coin-collecting grandfather to Philadelphia to see how coins are made.
Last month, I gave away $1,001 on Amazon.
Meghan won! She’s using her prize to buy the “most luxurious, highest quality bedding she can find.”
THIS IS DOPE. I think you guys are okay, but not that cool. But this is awesome.
Today I’m kicking off another giveaway…and I tweaked the rules to give away even more.
Win dinner out for two — for a YEAR
As you know, I love Taco Bell, and when I was a kid, my mom used to take us there sometimes. But we could NEVER order a Mexican Pizza — it was too expensive ($3.29, I still remember the price).
The funny thing is, I could buy all the Mexican Pizzas I want today, but I’ve still never bought ONE. What is wrong with me??
But I love love love the feeling of being able to go to a restaurant and order what I want…WITHOUT WORRYING about the price. Appetizers? Sure. Not sure I want X or Y? I can do both. Is this heaven?
This is one of the most overlooked parts of living a Rich Life. You can eat out with your friends, pick awesome restaurants, and instead of worrying about the price, you can create awesome memories.
And now, I’m giving that away to you — for a year.
Today, I’m giving one lucky person “Dinner for Two” with guest of your choice, once a month for an entire year.
That’s 12 meals…wherever you want. (Don’t be an ass, please. I’m limiting the price to $125/meal.)
All I ask is that you send me pictures of where you eat so I can share them with the list.
To win, it only takes 5 seconds to enter:
P.S. I added a new way for you to win. If you refer the person who ends up winning via Facebook/Twitter/blog/etc, you BOTH win. BOOM.
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