(This is a guest post by Rachael Lee*) 1. Play Free Fantasy World Cup That Offer Cash Prizes Fantasy sport is considered a game of s...
(This is a guest post by Rachael Lee*)
1. Play Free Fantasy World Cup That Offer Cash Prizes
Fantasy sport is considered a game of skill, at least in the U.S. What better way to earn cash than playing the game itself, but right from the comforts of your own home? If you are a true blue soccer fan who knows your players inside-out, this would be the best way to earn some immediate cash. Games like FanXT Fantasy World Cup 2014, http://fantasyworldcup.fanxt.com allows you to pit your analytical skills against other soccer fans, and win cash if you’re one of the top managers. Although it is true that online sports betting itself is not legal in most parts of the world; daily fantasy sports are far from sports betting, and has been outlined as legal in the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006. Fantasy sports rely heavily on knowledge and skill, of which the cash prizes are predetermined and not influenced by the number of participants or the amount of fees; unlike sports betting which relies on chance. Here’s a Daily Fantasy Soccer for World Cup (http://worldsoccertalk.fanxt.com) by WorldSoccerTalk that you could try your skills on. So what’s stopping you from turning your skills into cash; all while watching the beautiful game?
2. Sell Your Own Designer World Cup Jerseys
That says it all: you can design all sorts of designs and get your local printing shop to get the shirts done. A surefire way to make your designs sell is to make them as witty as possible! If you want to go international, there’s always t-shirt sites like those outlined in this article (http://goo.gl/33B78C) that help in getting your designs to the market.
Bear in mind to not infringe any trademarks or copyrights of FIFA and her golden goose, the World Cup 2014, their corporate marketing affiliates or the individual footballers themselves – stick to neutral and general elements that revolve around the World Cup. If you’re in doubts, FIFA is nice enough to publish the do’s and don’ts (http://goo.gl/M9mlIw).
3. Throw a World Cup Party
As much as we love going out; sports bars are never nearly as comfortable as home sweet home (who wants to smell like cigarettes, beer and old sweaty men anyway?). Sitting alone with the TV on isn’t quite celebratory, either, is it? So throw a weekly world cup party! You will meet people just like you who like the comforts of home; but at the same time, you can make a bit of money by selling refreshments.
It’s even better if you can come up with creative drink names for cocktails or mocktails and finger food – as you can be sure that you get repeat customers, and have a pool of followers.
4. Make World Cup paraphernalia
People always feel the need to express their passion for football, and you can cash in on this very basic human need to belong, by making and selling world-cup related paraphernalia. There are many tutorials online that you can follow to make crafty keychains, earrings, rugs, knitwear and more.
These not only come in handy or accessorise, it hold a certain value, especially if exchanged as gifts. You can even maximise profit by using recyclable items.
So it is no excuse to simply sit around with boredom burning a hole in your brains while waiting for the next world cup match, you can simply use up that time researching, planning and making cash!
About The Author: Rachel Lee is an independent digital media specialist. She loves sports especially football and motor racing, street foods, and hanging out at social gatherings. Visit her Linkedin profile,http://lnkd.in/b_4UaSe