5 Lavish, Ridiculous Ways to Spend Up to $5,000
With three chances to win up to $5,000 every weekday, it's time to go big!
You know that feeling you get when someone hands you some money? You didn't have to do anything for it and now you feel like you've just received the ultimate gift? Well, multiply that by 5,000. That's the felling you will get when you win up to five grand with us each weekday. Now remember, this is free money that you didn't have to work too hard for, so I think that gives you the right to spend it however you want without any judgment or guilt.
Here are five lavish and ridiculous ways to spend up to five thousand dollars.
5. Spa Retreat
Sure, a good spa day is much needed. However, with up to $5,000 in your pocket, who says you can only stay for the day? Why not book yourself a spa retreat? Get our of town, get pampered and don't worry about taking your phone charger. Now that sounds amazing!
4. Rent Out a Restaurant
This is so celebrity it's not even funny! Of course, the nicer the restaurant is the less time you'll be able to rent it out for, so there's a bit of a balancing act. I don't know about you, but I'd be stoked to rent out an In N Out Burger or a local pizza joint, just to feel like I'm "somebody." Not to mention, the Instagram likes you'll get.
3. Hire a Driver
Imagine rolling up to dinner with the girls or even work with your own personal driver. No, not like an Uber. I'm talking someone in a nice car, wearing a nice suit with sunglasses that is completely catering to your needs. They even get out of the car and open your door for you. "Yes, Charles you can pull the car around now..."
2. Send Someone Else to Work in Your Place
This is something you can't tell your boss about, so ambiguity at work is absolutely necessary. It will also help if you have a co-worker who can cover for you, if needed. Pay someone to go into the office for you. Think about taking a week off, but you have a substitute step in to do your job. You can kick back and relax at home without burning any precious PTO days while still collecting a paycheck.
1. Lifetime Supply of Candy
This one might be my personal favorite. Most lifetime supplies of something are based on weekly consumption or use. Now, individual candy is pretty cheap, but when you buy candy in bulk, like stores or event planners do, that price point goes down. There's a reward for buying mass quantities and it typically means more candy for your money. Play your cards right and you could be well on your way to enjoying a lifetime supply of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups in no time!