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Whether or not you've been directly affected by what's been going on around the world lately, we can probably all agree that this is one of the most collectively stressful times many of us have lived through. Wouldn't it be nice to unload some of that stress by winning a Tesla Model 3, or a Nintendo Switch gaming package, or a chance to virtually chat with the cast of "The Office"? Thanks to Omaze, all that and more is within your grasp, and it's all for several great charitable causes.
If you're unfamiliar with Omaze, the company raises money for charity by raffling off exciting experiences and prizes. It's already raised $130 million since its inception, and continues to be a powerhouse. The way it works is that anyone can enter a raffle once, for free, but if you choose to donate, you're essentially purchasing additional entries in the raffle, which increases your chances of winning: 100 entries will set you back $10, 250 entries cost $25, then once you hit the $50 tier, the entries double, meaning $50 gets you 1,000 and $100 gets you 2,000.
However, for the holiday coming up, Omaze is offering an additional 50 free entries into whatever raffle you'd like. All you have to do is use the checkout code MEMORIALDAY50, and voila, you've got 50 additional chances to win the prize of your dreams. Not sure what might be worth your time to enter? One of our favorite raffles going on right now is for this electrified 1968 Porsche 911. Zelectric ripped out the guts and upgraded it to be "Tesla-powered" with a Model S P85 motor. Oh yeah, they're also throwing in $20,000 cash for the winner as well. Not bad, right? If you're interested, you can enter here, and don't forget to use the code MEMORIALDAY50 to get 50 additional free entries.
Win a Tesla-powered 1968 Porsche 911 and $20,000 cash - Enter at Omaze.com
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