If you are saving up for a hotel room or a trip purchased through Orbitz, you might want to participate in the “We’ll Reward You For That” promotion to earn $20 in Orbucks. Last week’s promotion (which you can still enroll in) was called “Think You Can Dance,” and it challenged people to upload a picture or video of them dancing. Uploading a picture or video of yourself dancing is all that’s required to enroll in the promotion and earn $20 in Orbucks! Participating in this will also get you entered into a give away to win a free trip to the Caribbean. Plus, if you are the Orbitz favorite entry of the week, you will win $500 in Orbucks.
Orbitz “Think You Can Dance” Promotion:
- Promotional Link
- Bonus Offer: $20 in Orbucks and chance for free trip to the Caribbean
- Expiration Date: 9/14/2015
- Requirements: Upload a picture or video of yourself dancing
Enroll in this Orbitz bonus offer for a free $20 in Orbucks and save money on your next trip or hotel reservation! All you need to do to get started is visit the promotional page, fill out your information, and select the “Think You Can Dance” category from Week 3. Then you just need to upload a picture or video of yourself dancing. Once your upload is complete, you will receive $20 in Orbucks and you will be enrolled in a drawing for a free trip to the Caribbean! If you want to find other kinds of bonuses, check out the HMB list of ways to Make Money.
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