I know you’re thinking, “I never win anything!” Well, the amazing thing about this sweepstakes is that they are also giving away literally hundreds of smaller prizes as well.
So, even if you were born on Friday the 13th, your odds of winning something are pretty good.
What makes the odds even better is that VERY few guys know about this sweepstakes! And the instructions are a bit complicated so it weeds out the lazy guys. But we have streamlined the process for you. Just follow the simple instructions below:
Step 1: Register for a free account at A Foreign Affair
I’ve told you before they are the oldest, most respected international dating agency and far and away the leader in romance tours.
The link below will open in A Foreign Affairs’ free registration page. Once you are registered come back to this page for Step Two.
Step Two: Here comes the tricky part!
Below is a link to the sign-up page for the contest. It will also open in a new window.
Do NOT try to read the instructions on that page. Our friends at AFA are great guys, but apparently they hired the guy who used to write VCR manuals to write the instructions for this contest. It will just confuse you.
So, skip the instructions and scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and fill out the form there.
AFA is just asking to send you a brochure about tours, but you don’t even have to accept one if you don’t want to.
After you fill out the form come back to this page for Step 3. It is the easy part of the contest.
Step 3: Here is the easy part!
Start checking the Sweepstakes Winners Page every day to see if you won. Here’s a link to that page:
They suggest making the Winners Page your home page. If you don’t want to do that just bookmark the page and add it to your daily internet routine along with your daily check of your stocks and favorite sports teams.
It ain’t rocket science!
And because the sign up page is not obvious and the rules read like something from the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure not every guy that signs up with A Foreign Affair is entered into the sweepstakes.
Your chances of winning something are pretty good.
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