What would you do with £40,000?

As you know by now I’m always brimming with business ideas and some extra cash can really help you to take a business idea to the next level. I’m developing a site to help people find parenting magazine contacts to help them find relevant contacts for press releases and feature pitches. Paypal has launched a brilliant prize draw promotion that gives everyone who enters the chance to win £40000, equivalent to a year’s salary.That sort of cash injection would allow me to develop the site to do LOADS more than it does already – I have big visions for this one! I’d need to plan how I’d use it carefully, though: it would be easy to spend, spend, spend!

What would you do if you had the chance to win? Take a few moments to dream about how you’d spend 40 grand.  Would you blow it or grow it?  Go on the holiday of a lifetime, or save it for a lifetime of holidays?  Buy Liverpool FC, a vintage car, or an extraordinarily large meal for everyone you know? Or would you be like me and invest it in business?

It’s that easy to enter, the dream could become real.  All you have to do is buy something with PayPal, and you are automatically entered into the weekly prize draw.  And the more you buy the more chances you get, because you get entered every single time you buy with PayPal.  Think about it, buying a dongle could change your life.

WoolworthsIf you’re shopping for business, you can pay by Paypal when you book a courier, get your pc protected with McAfee, buy new printer ink, order office stationery, or even get a whole new website. Alternatively, visit a site like Woolworths.co.uk where you can stock up on Halloween goodies, get three Christmas gifts for the price of two, find kids character toys, buy something for the home office and get discounts on toys for Christmas.

Enter now for your chance to win: find the competition at www.paypal.co.uk/win

For full terms and conditions of the competition see: www.paypal-marketing.co.uk/win/terms/

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