Travel The World Virtually And Get $1000

  • AUTHOR: dua
  • POSTED ON: June 16, 2020

It’s been almost three months since the pandemic has locked us in our homes. Most of us are dying to be unleashed. We miss going to parks, visiting museums, and shopping at the malls. We want to go out on adventures and stop feeling suppressed and fatigued. The pandemic isn’t going anywhere any time soon since the vaccine hasn’t been extracted yet. But what if I tell you that there’s a way you can feed your wanderlust soul?

A website called Upgraded Points wants you to travel the world from the comfort of your living room and it’s willing to pay you $1,000 as well!

This is not a hoax.

What’s the catch? Well, the travel website will pay you $1,000 to travel the world virtually so that you can give them an objective reaction. So basically, the website is keen on knowing which destination reigns at the top. It wants to add another dimension to the 2D experience.

“As the quarantine for the COVID-19 pandemic continues, people are getting very creative about how they stave off cabin fever. We’re all going a little stir crazy, so we’ve been diving headfirst into these virtual tours and we’ve all picked our favorites. Which inspired us to do a little project." – reads the application.

If you get selected, you need to select ten destinations from the list provided by the website. After touring places like the myriad, diverse options, like the Louvre, Disney World, and the Great Wall of China, etc., you’ll be asked to review them and choose your “dream destination” out of the lot.

It’s really THAT simple. And the money can be used to travel through the Disney World (once it reopens) or to buy new clothes… whatever you want!

Just hurry up and fill the application because the competition is rough and the deadline is nearing. And there are only three requirements: You must be above 18, you should be passionate about traveling and you must pay attention to details!

So, if you think you can travel the world in a month, apply now!         

Updated June 16, 2020
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