Get paid $1,000 to watch old March Madness games
The odds of completing a perfect March Madness bracket are absurd, so college basketball fans might want to check out this contest instead.
Shane Co. wants to pay a fan $1,000 to watch old March Madness games. The problem? Do some homework during each game by filling out a worksheet.
Ten matches are included in the requirements to watch:
- 1967 UCLA vs. Dayton – National Title
- 1982 Chapel Hill vs. Georgetown – National Title
- 1983 NC State vs. Houston – National Title
- 2008 Kansas vs. Davidson – Elite 8
- 2012 Lehigh vs. Duke – First Round
- 2013 Michigan vs. Kansas – Sweet 16
- 2016 Villanova vs. Chapel Hill – National Title
- UMBC 2018 vs. Virginia – First Round
- 2019 Murray State vs. Marquette – First Round
- 2021 Gonzaga vs. UCLA – Final Four
While this year’s tournament is still going on, Shane Co. has opened applications for this opportunity through Monday, April 18.
A winner will be notified by Friday April 29 and will have until May 20, 2022 to watch all 10 matches and complete all 10 worksheets.
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Shane Co. hasn’t given any details on what kind of information they are looking for when watching each game. Each game is available for free on the March Madness YouTube page.
Once the worksheets are completed, the $1,000 prize will be awarded.
Shane Co. is looking for a college basketball fanatic to complete this task.
You can get all the details here and a link to apply here.
This story was reported from Detroit.