It’s been a far too long since I did a giveaway. Since I am on the tail end of my own $150K Gauntlet Mini, how about we give away a free evaluation to one lucky winner? Read on to learn how to enter! It’s free, click a few buttons.
$150,000 Earn2Trade Gauntlet Mini ($350 value)
- Learn more about the $150K Gauntlet Mini at Earn2Trade
- This is for your first month only – if you go past 1 month you are responsible for the rebill and any resets you do
How To Enter:
1 entry per person. Please do all of the following (takes about 20 seconds):
- Comment on (and Like) the video Announcing The $150K Gauntlet Mini Giveaway with your favorite instrument to trade
- Subscribe to my Youtube Channel
- Follow the Earn2Trade Instagram Account
If you already meet the requirements (already follow, already subscribe, etc) you are good.
Bonus Entries From Previous Giveaway
The last giveaway I did in early July 2021 there was several ways to enter, and bonus entries available depending on which tasks you did or if you won and forfeited a prize you also have bonus entries. All your bonus entries will be included in this giveaway! I have the list of everyone and will add them all to the final list of entrants to this giveaway.
What You Win
The selected winner receives a 100% free $150K Gauntlet Mini from Earn2Trade! Read more about the Gauntlet Mini on the Earn2Trade.com website. Summary of goals and rules of the Gauntlet Minis (be sure to read the entire rule set on Earn2Trade). I will contact the winner with a promo code that is for 100% off the $150K Gauntlet Mini.
What If You Are Already In A Gauntlet Mini and/or Funded Already With Earn2Trade?
So I checked with Earn2Trade and here’s the deal:
- You CAN do multiple evaluations at the same time, under different emails. So NO, you can not have multiple tryout accounts under the same Rithmic log in. (no trade copiers)
- If you were to pass several accounts, you can only have 1 funded account, period. No separate emails or otherwise.
- So assuming you have your own evaluation and the giveaway one, and pass them both, you can choose which of them you want to use for funding (assuming the bigger one).
- Likewise, if you already have a funded account and won and passed, same thing. You could forfeit your current account if its smaller and take the new $150K account as a funded account. Up to you to manage this.
- IF you have a funded account with profit, I’ve been told you could move your current profits from the old account to the new
- Example: You have a funded $50K account, with $3K in profit. You don’t have to cash out your $3K funded profits and start fresh, you could just move whatever profits you have into the $150K funded account
- As well, the coupon for the winner doesn’t expire, so you could always save it for later on.
When Is The Giveaway
On September 1st at 10am EST I’ll do the drawing and video record it. I’ll put up a video showing the winner sometime a few hours after. Once I verify they did the activities they said they did, I’ll then contact the winner after releasing the video of the draw.
- The Free $150K Gauntlet Mini is for your first month. If you take longer than 30 days you will have to pay for the 2nd month onwards
- If you break a rule you can reset, but you will be responsible for any reset fees
- If you spam the comments trying to enter multiple times, I’ll delete your comments and block you from the channel. Simple.
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