If you love Hallmark Christmas movies — and I mean really love Hallmark Christmas movies — you have a chance to win $1,000 and a prize package this year just by kicking back and watching the channel’s holiday romcoms.
CenturyLink is looking for someone willing to watch 24 of Hallmark’s cheesiest Christmas movies in 12 days. That means you’ll have to watch a minimum of two movies a day or seriously binge out on the weekends to catch up if you’re too busy during the week.
The internet and DirecTV provider is giving whoever they hire $1,000 and a prize package to critique the lineup of festive guilty pleasures. The only requirements are that you have to love Christmas, be 18 years old or older and a U.S. resident, and be willing to document your movie marathon (and your opinions!) on social media. You must watch all 24 films before Christmas Day.
If you think this is the perfect holiday gig for you, you have until Dec. 6 to convince them that you should get the job. Just fill out the application with your info and social media links and answer a few questions, like how often you watch movies, your favorite Hallmark movie and what role Christmas movies play in your holiday traditions.
You can also submit a 2-3 minute video showing off your Christmas spirit, but that is optional.
Along with $1,000, you’ll also get a streaming service subscription, hot cocoa, Christmas cookies, fairy lights, mini Christmas tree and “more Hallmark swag than you could ever need,” according to CenturyLink.
If you’re chosen for the job, you will have to post to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook each time you turn on a movie and include the hashtags #CountdowntoChristmas and #HallmarkDreamJob in each post. And you’ll be posting often since you have watch all 24 films before Christmas Day!
This will be extra enticing for those who are already really excited to watch Hallmark’s full line-up of Christmas films, including this year’s new holiday flicks. They even released some in the summer for a whopping total of 40 new releases this year!
Just one of the new films is called “Merry and Bright,”starring Jodie Sweetin from “Fuller House.” It already aired, on Nov. 2, so you’ll have to catch it on a repeat, but many others have not yet aired.
Who’s ready for a Hallmark Christmas movie binge?!?