Get paid to binge-watch reality TV shows about love
If you love love and love watching people falling in love (or not) on TV, Shane Co., the jewelry company, has the perfect contest for you.
"What better way to spend a Friday night than at home in your PJs with a glass of wine and a bowl of popcorn, binge-watching a reality TV show? And guess what? You can get paid for it!" the contest website reads.
Shane Co. is offering one lucky winner $1,000 to binge-watch reality TV shows about love.
The chosen participant will be tasked with watching one entire season each of any three of the following shows:
- The Bachelorette
- Love Island
- The Ultimatum
- Love on the Spectrum
- Married at First Sight
After each completed season, the participant will have to answer questions that Shane Co. will provide.
In addition to the $1,000, the jewelry company will provide a $25 gift card to Amazon so the chosen candidate can purchase and watch the shows in the list above.
Bingeworthy reality TV
While these shows aren’t part of the contest, you’ll be compensated with hours of entertainment — and it’s all streaming free on Tubi.
How to enter the Shane Co. contest
Applicants have until July 18, 2022, to apply and must be at least 18 years or older.
The winner will be announced on Aug. 1, 2022.
Click here to apply — and happy bingeing.
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Tubi and this television station are both owned by the FOX Corporation. This story was reported out of Los Angeles.