Pay Someone Almost £2,000 To Watch Christmas Movies.

Company Wants To Pay Someone Almost £2,000 To Watch Christmas Movies

This Christmas, the perfect work truly does happen, as one organization offers to pay you to watch seasonal films AND throw seven independent video platforms into a year’s worth of streaming.

We all know that one of the great things about the festive season is that without having a single pang of shame, you can curl up in front of the TV and watch Movies all day – it’s not laziness, it’s tradition.

The film line-up varies from house to house, but it’s mostly a combination of enduring classics such as It’s a Beautiful Life or Miracle on 34th Street, family staples such as Elf or Home Alone, and twinkly rom-coms such as The Holiday and Love Really, all of which come together to make you feel warm and bright.

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But now as is on the prowl for a Chief Holiday Cheermeister, whose only job will be to watch 25 seasonal films of your choosing in 25 days, filling out a brief survey afterward, you will get paid for your complaints.

Not only can you be paid $2,500 (£1,875) in exchange, you will also get a year’s worth of streaming on seven distinct streaming platforms.

You have to be 18 years of age or older to qualify and be able to work in the United States – even if if you’re based abroad, who can’t take on the task without being paid for it? It’s hardly a bad backup to be paid exclusively for Christmas cheer, let’s face it.

“Does the sound of jingle bells warm your heart? Have you always wanted a ticket to the Polar Express? Did you start celebrating Christmas on November 1 (or let’s be real, probably before that If you’re the type of person who watches holiday movies year-round, we want to hire you!” Does the sound of jingle bells warm your heart? Have you always wanted a Polar Express ticket? Have you started celebrating Christmas on November 1 (or let’s be real, perhaps before that We want to hire you if you’re the type of person watching holiday movies year-round”

It goes on to state that you’ll be paid a not-too-shabby $2,500 as the company’s Chief Holiday Cheermeister. To finance one year of streaming to Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Apple TV+ and Hallmark Movies Now, you can also get gift cards.

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If you need a little help, though the team has assembled a list of web tips, including Klaus, The Polar Express, Arthur Christmas, The Grinch, Jingle All the Way, Deck the Halls, Four Christmases, and The Muppet Christmas Carol.

You might also go for titles like New Year’s Eve, When Harry Met Sally, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Sleepless in Seattle, Holiday Inn, An Affair to Recall and About Time, if you want to change it up with some New Year’s Eve-themed flicks.

Applications are now available until 11.59pm on December 4, with the announcement of the winner on December 7.