How your selfie can make you money : UK Evening News

How your selfie can make you money

Lisa Marshall
Jul 13th, 2015 4:51:12 pm
by Lisa Marshall
Entertainment Reporter


Everyone likes taking selfies so why not win some money from them?

How your next selfie can win you money

Now we all know that taking selfies is super popular, in fact it's estimated that over 1 million selfies are taken every single day. What you might not know is that you can actually win money just by taking a selfie.

The Selfie Lottery is a brand new site where you win the daily jackpot just by uploading a selfie. UK Evening News spoke to the founder of The Selfie Lottery, Ben Rayner, to find out how the lottery works.

Win money with your selfie

"Everyone likes taking selfies." Ben told UK Evening News. "So why not win some money from them? We are running a completely free lottery where all you need to do to win is take a selfie. To celebrate our first draw we are setting the jackpot at £250."

A new free to play lottery

Not only can you win £250 on the first draw if you refer a friend and you win then the prize will be doubled to £500. If your friend wins the prize is doubled and you both win £500. Not bad for just taking selfie. Playing The Selfie Lottery is easy, just take your selfie then upload it and you've entered every single draw. All you have to do is check each day if you've won to be able to claim your winnings.

"We are making it as easy to play as possible." Ben continues. "It's free to play and all you need to do is upload a selfie and you're entered into every single draw for life, just make sure you check each day to see if you've won. Refer one of your friends and then when they win, you win as well. Refer as many of your friends as you want and it will increase your chances of winning."

Play The Selfie Lottery today to be in with a chance of winning the first ever draw and £250. Refer a friend and you could win £500.

How to play The Selfie Lottery

Step 1
Click here for The Selfie Lottery

Step 2
Join the game and upload your selfie




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