You Could Make $1,000 Just For Partying This Weekend, No Bullshit

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What’s your dream job? Lawyer? Doctor? Following in my footsteps and becoming a TFM intern? Pump the breaks, we all know I’ve set the bar too high for any of you assholes to live up to the perfection I throw out on a weekly basis. Set more realistic goals. What about getting paid to do what you degenerates do best? Party.

What if I said you could actually get paid to rage your balls off this semester? Brace yourselves. We wrote a post earlier this year about a new app called Wigo (Who is going out) that helps college kids decide when and where to party.

Now after recently partnering with the founders of Tinder, Wigo has a little extra cash to throw around. What are they going to doing with that cash, you ask? Make it rain on fraternity guys, sorority girls, and even GDIs that host events using their app. We’re not talking chump change here. They’re paying college students literally thousands of dollars every weekend. Here’s how it works:

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I did the math and it’s fucking generous. For example:

200 people at your event = $140 in your pocket
300 people = $270
350 people = $350

Imagine if your fraternity had a weekly income of over $1,000 dollars for throwing ragers. Making thousands of dollars could be the difference between being the top house on campus or not. This is the biggest thing for fraternities since the end of prohibition.

Wigo pays cash for bar nights and big games too, not just parties. Check out Wigo Rewards for all the details. Big bar scene on campus? Get the 500 people going to the Thirsty Thursday bar to attend on Wigo and boom – you’re $500 richer. Get 1,000 students at the basketball game to attend on Wigo and, you guessed it, $1,000 in your pocket.

It’s time to get paid for the shit you’re already doing every week. Download the Wigo app now and start getting paid to party. You can thank us later. Also be sure to email hello@wigo.us if you’re interested in becoming a campus ambassador.

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