We love folks who enter competitions and think a little outside the box, and this month’s winner deserves a pat on the slippery back.
Dire Straits once sang about ‘money for nothing and chicks for free’, so we’re here to help you out with that first one. As for the second, you’re on your own.
We like to reward those of you who get involved in the odd guilty pleasure, but props to this reader who went the extra mile.
I want money, I want it now and I don’t want to work for it. If that sounds like something you’re into then you better get cracking.
If you’re not at least throwing your name in the hat you’re doing it all wrong. Check this cool cat out, then ready yourself for June.
People will do unspeakable things for a quick buck, although we’re keeping it nice and simple so you can line your pockets.
Getting R1 000 cash for taking 10 seconds out of your day to snap a picture is easy, right? Definitely, just take a look at this gem.
You see the look in that man’s eyes? Throw some cold, hard cash his way and you can bet it’s all worth it.
We’re in the habit of giving away money these days, which is why if you’re not playing along you’re missing the boat on this one.
Everyone has their own late night guilty pleasure, but if ever you needed a reason to indulge yours then look no further.
So you’ve packed the car and filled the tank, but now it’s time to fund some of the other road trip essentials with some easy extra cash.
Mondays hey – although how about winning R1 000 for eating a pie and snapping a photo on your phone whilst doing so? Too easy.
Don’t worry you’re not alone, today does happen to be rated as the most depressing day of the year. Give us strength.
If it looks like making it through January might be a tight squeeze money wise why not win R1 000 for doing bugger all? You might just have too.
Someone took a picture and now they have a thousand bucks to spend as they please – I believe that is called winning my friends.
Someone is looking at lining their pockets with R1 000 for doing next to nothing – best you check in and see if it might be you.
I’m no fortune teller but I predict that more than a few of us will go on a pie-hunting mission at some point this evening. Why not win cash for doing just that?
If there’s two things I love in this world it’s smashing a pie to the face and winning easy money. Seriously now, we’re basically handing you cash.
Feel like winning R1 000 for doing next to nothing? Hell yeah, so best you see who’s in luck this month because the clock starts ticking now.
Sausage rolls and pies are the staple for late night binges and midday snacks, but in the land of broken dreams, they are yet to taste the yummy goodness.
There’s nothing quite like winning something for nothing; that feeling you get when goodies are headed your way and you didn’t even enter a competition.
October’s winning entry is in and there is a R1 000 up for grabs for a couple of cool cats. Is this you enjoying a catch-up at a Corner Bakery?
You might think you’re hitting this adult thing out the park, but we know you still chow a pie late at night now and again. Why not win R1 000 whilst doing so?
We have reached the end of our Corner Bakery Competition – One last pic to rule them all! Is this you in the pic? You better hurry, you have 24hrs to claim your grand!
Let’s give a hearty congrats to the guy in the pic last week – he was able to grab himself a cool R1 000 by swiftly letting us know that it was, in fact, him in the photo sneakily taken of him at the Corner Bakery.
So last week the person in the pic missed her chance to scrape up a lovely R1 000 because she’s probably beenliving in a vacuum and hasn’t been reading 2oceansvibe.
So last week the person in the pic won R1,000, because he got in touch with us within 24 hours of us posting the pic. Now we have another contender. She has 24 hours to claim R1,000. Otherwise the person who took the pic gets the money.
Last week someone sent in a pic of a spicy character spotted at the Corner Bakery to win R1,000. But the person in the photo had 24 hours to get in touch with us and claim the R1,000 for himself. Guess what just happened..