Beezid is giving away $1,000 for the best penny auction strategies, and the drawing is just five days away on August 10th!
If you are a great player and/or know of an excellent strategy, now is your time to cash in by sharing it! All you have to do is add your strategy as a comment on their blog post here: We’re Giving Away $1K For Your Beezid Strats!
Here is the content of that blog post from their site will all the details:
Okay guys, it’s time for another contest!
(And this is our easiest one yet!)
We’re putting out another call for your best tips and strategies for winning here on Beezid. Only this time, you don’t have to send us a video. You don’t have to send us a photo. You don’t even have to doodle stick figures.
All you’ve got to do is what you guys do best: leave your comments here on the blog!
Reply to this post with your best bits of Beezid wisdom. (Yes, there are other strategy threads here on the blog, but for the purposes of this contest, only comments made to this specific post will qualify.)
You can send in as many tips as you want. The only rule is they have to be unique, as the drawing is based on unique posts. So be sure to check if somebody else has already made the same (or a similar) suggestion!
- 1 unique strategy = 1 entry in the drawing
- 2 unique strategies = 2 entries to the drawing
We’ll be selecting 3 winners, so the more strategies you submit, the better your chances!
Oh… did I mention the prizes?
- First Prize: $500 Wallet Card
- Second Prize: $300 Wallet Card
- Third Prize: $200 Wallet Card
Yep. We’re playing for cash this time ;)
The drawing happens August 10. So give yourself the best shot at that prize money and send us as many winning strats as you can!
Just to clarify, until the contest is over, ONLY qualifying tips and strategies will be published to this thread. You guys have been leaving each other some nice compliments, but in order to simplify the final count these and other comments will remain unpublished until the contest is over.
This also applies to strats that are too similar to ones that have already been published (obviously). However, if your tip has several parts, some of which have already been said but one of which is unique, then the post will still count for the unique tip.