Don’t Text Your Ex! Get Paid to Host a Virtual Movie Marathon With Your Galentines
Yes, we know Valentine's Day is over, but there's never been a better time to get together with your gals for a movie marathon.
Dish wants to pay you to virtually gather your best friends for a day of doing nothing but watching movies and talking the latest hot gossip. It doesn't matter what your relationship status is - tied down, single as single ever was, or in that weird "what are we?" phase - if you're chosen, Dish will pay you $2000 to gather your friends over Zoom before March 15 and watch three "sappy, heartfelt, cheesy-but-you-know-you-love-it movies about friendship."
They'll provide you with streaming access to watch all three movies, meal vouchers from DoorDash or UberEats to fuel your movie marathon, access to a virtual hangout room, and all the Galentine's Day swag you can think of, from candy and popcorn to blankets and heart-shaped everything. All you'll have to do in return is create a YouTube or Vimeo video detailing your experience with your best gals.
Send in your submission by 2 p.m. EST on February 26 for a chance to win the experience, and boost your chances by including a video of yourself explaining why your friendships with your best gals are so important.
Wondering what kind of movies Dish wants you to watch for your Galentine's Day movie marathon? Think "Legally Blonde," "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," and "Bridesmaid." Maybe you can even throw in "Banana Split," a movie that was largely filmed in Syracuse and stars Hanna Marks, Liana Liberato and Dylan Sprouse.
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