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Sleep enthusiasts can now get USD 3,000 prize for sleeping

If any one of you is a ‘Sleeping Beauty’, there is a win-win opportunity waiting for you. You can try a new mattress and get USD 3,000 in return.

A website called Sleep Junkie in London has released a form on its website. Through this form, the company wants to test three of its new mattresses by one selected person who will be rewarded with USD 3,000.

According to the conditions, the selected person will have to use three mattresses for two months and will have to write a detailed opinion and analysis about each one.

Mattresses will be allowed to be kept with the user during use and then the cash reward will be given. Sleep Junkie wrote on his website:

“It is important that you go ahead and show your passion. We need a volunteer who can work independently immediately. His writing should be clear and concise and he should take a deep sleep as well as analyze things,”

The website said.

But these mattresses will be reserved only for the one selected person and no one else will be allowed to sleep on them.

“Our Sleeping Beauty will become our official mattress tester, providing honest advice on some of the US’s top-rated mattresses. We will send out three mattresses over a two-month period to our Sleeping Beauty and it will be their job to thoroughly test and evaluate each one.”

The website said.
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