“Full House” Megafans Can Get Paid to Watch a Marathon of Your Favorite Episodes
It’s hard to believe, but “Full House” is celebrating its 35-year anniversary, debuting on prime time in September 1987. The beloved sitcom has continued to garner fans young and old over the course of those 35 years, and in honor of the big anniversary — along with paying tribute to the life and legacy of series star Bob Saget, who died at the age of 65 in January — one company is offering megafans of the show the chance to win $1,000 all by watching a marathon of their favorite episodes.
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Choice Mutual is celebrating 35 years of Tanner family fun with its “‘Full House’ dream job” sweepstakes, inviting fans to apply for the opportunity to score some cash simply by spending 10 hours watching the series. U.S. residents 18 and up are all welcome to apply, and the chosen candidate will get to pick the episodes of their choosing for their marathon watch session, documenting their experience on social media for fans and friends to come along for the journey.
Aside from the sweet $100 per hour payout, the winner will score a free month of HBO Max membership so they can stream the series. Along with basic info, interested candidates will be asked a few questions about their “Full House” fandom, including their favorite character, favorite moment, and why they should be chosen as the sweepstakes superfan. Video submissions are encouraged but not required for entry.
Applications are open now through September 6 at 5 p.m. PST. and the winner will be notified within 14 business days of the closing date. That means you’ll get to reunite with everyone’s favorite fictional family in time for the 35th anniversary on September 22.
Apply here for your chance to win, and be sure to break out your sole remaining box of Vanilla Weasels from the mid-’90s as your couch snack. Just be sure to have your dustbuster on hand to clean up any crumbs promptly… you know Danny Tanner wouldn’t settle for a messy living room.