Over the last year or so, thanks to the pandemic, we’ve all been spending a lot more time in front of the TV, binge-watching the latest must-see series.
Chances are, there’s been a pizza involved in there somewhere too. The only thing better than pizza and TV, is getting paid to eat pizza and watch tv.
Surely there’s a catch, right? Not that we can see! The team at BonusFinder want to celebrate National Pizza Day on February the 9th. They want to celebrate it by paying you to sit back, relax, eat some pizza and watch some Netflix.
This isn’t the first time they’ve done something like this either. They’ve already found and paid professional burger testers, ice cream testers, candy testers and pumpkin pie testers.
So how much money are we talking? They’ll pay the successful candidate $500 to stay at home and relax.
You’ll be asked to review both the TV, and the pizza.
For the tv, they want you to rate the story and plot lines, the ‘Netflix and Chill’ suitability, acting quality and cheesiness, and the satisfaction of episodes and series endings.
As for the pizza, they’re wanting you to rank the pizza appearance and colour, the base texture and taste, the topping ingredient quality, flavours and that all-important cheese gooeyness. They also want to know whether you think the pizza was good value for money.
You get to watch and review three series out of the following list:
- The Queens Gambit
- Bling Empire
- Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer
- Cobra Kai
- Surviving Death
- Virgin River
- The Umbrella Academy
- Below Deck
- Other (Unlisted series you’d like to watch)
If you watch Bridgerton and love it, then you’re in for a treat as there’s rumours we might be getting eight seasons of it, one for each sibling.
Sound like it’s up your street? Head to their website and fill in the form describing why you’d be perfect for the role. They say: “The more creative your entries are, the better. We read every single one!”
To enter you must live in the United States or Canada.
Do you think you’re up to the challenge?
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