Are you interested in how you can get $25 FREE to play fantasy? Are you interested in taking that free money and finding out how you can turn it into thousands upon thousands of dollars? Sound too good to be true? It isn’t, and don’t worry you wont have to sell your sister into slavery or hit the black market with one of your kidney’s either. Let me tell you a story…
Draftstreet.com is a website where you can play a daily fantasy salary cap game. Each day you pick a new roster, and each day there is a winner chosen. You don’t have to wait 180 days until the end of the baseball season to see if you won. All you need to do is to triumph on any given night “win” your league. Not only does that make it a really exciting game to play, it should also help to reinvigorate those of you out there whose fantasy baseball teams have hit the skids (did you draft Ryan Zimmerman, Shin-Soo Choo and Adam Wainwright?). It’s really as simple as that – you draft a team for one day, and if your team has the most points at the end of the night, you win.
But you want to talk about the dinero right?
A dude with a screen name of “Hixvillehunk” decided to play the fantasy game over at Draftstreet.com and you know what happened? The fella turned $60, the price of a nice dinner for two, into more than $20,000! That’s some serious cheddar. Think about it. If you invested $60 into the stock market two months ago you’d be lucky to still have $40 left. This Hixvillehunk fool invested his $60 in his fantasy sports knowledge and he turned it into more than $20,000.
How do you get in on the action? Here’s the simple process.
Click on the following link to Draftstreet.com.
Deposit your money.
However, there’s a bonus you get for signing up. After you deposit your dough they will give you an additional $25, FREE, to play. All you need to do is to use the code GUYS25 when promoted. It’s just that easy.
I wish you luck, and when you make your first thousand don’t forget to remember who pointed you in the right direction.
For more on this offer you can read Turn $60 into $20,000.
By Ray Flowers