Update: The site no longer has this offer.
Who doesn’t like free money?
We all like and want it. In fact, there was so much interest in it that I actually wrote a blog post about it, listing 40 companies that combined give away over $4000 for free.
Today, I am going to share something with you that I came across a few weeks ago on the internet.
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Apparently, there is a website that gives people a $2 bill for free.
Yes, a $2 bill, free!
Why would anyone do this?
Well, as always, there is a catch…
In this case the catch is that in order to get you free 2 dollar bill, you have to agree to receive up to 8 text messages a month, however, you can cancel that any time you wish.
I am sure by now you have realized how this company can afford to giveaway $2 bills.
If not, here is the concept… Those text messages they send are basically ads from their advertisers. They get paid from their advertisers to send text ads to you, and in return, they share some of that money, in this case a brand new shiny $2 bill, with you.
The concept is nothing new. Hundreds of companies do this every day.
In fact, online rewards programs like InboxDollars give you $5 for free just for joining their program, based on the same concept.
How to get your free $2 bill?
To sign up, you can either call **CASH(**2274) from a mobile phone, or text “cash” to 884-60 and you will receive a link which you can follow to join the promotion and receive the free $2 bill.
If you want to also be entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win $1,000, when you receive your $2 bill, simply locate its unique serial number and register it at the site. Who knows, you may even get a $1000 for free on top of that $2 bill.
Try Swagbucks, the famous rewards program that pays you for watching videos, taking surveys, shopping and more.
Remember, once registered for this deal, you will receive up to 8 text messages each month, but you can cancel the texts at any time.
If you want more details, you can visit
I personally haven’t used this site yet, so I don’t know if they actually pay or not. But based on my experience with similar sites, I am almost certain they do pay.
That said, I would love to hear from you if you have tried the program. I am going to register and will update the post if and when I get the $2 bill.