Don’t Forget: There’s a Free Fantasy Contest With a $1000 Prize Pool Going on Right Now

win-moneyIf you haven’t already, there’s still plenty of time to join the one-day, free fantasy contest, which will be based on Sunday’s football games. The contest has cash prizes, and signing up helps support Bleacher Nation – so, like, do it.

The full contest details are here. The gist is this: you go to Draftstreet, you sign up, you pick a roster of players from this weekend’s games, and you watch your guys rack up points for you on Sunday. There is $1000 total up for grabs in this one, so get in on the action.

It’s truly a lot of fun, it’s free, and it’s easy. Sign up now.

(Also, don’t forget the bonus for new users who are making a deposit: a 100% bonus – just make sure you use the code “BN100.” Note that this is separate from the contest described above in this post. That’s a free contest – totally free. This is just a bonus for the folks who want to try out the money games.)

Brett Taylor is the editor and lead writer at Bleacher Nation, and can also be found as Bleacher Nation on Twitter and on Facebook.

10 responses to “Don’t Forget: There’s a Free Fantasy Contest With a $1000 Prize Pool Going on Right Now”

  1. Jason Powers

    Football season!

    AMEN!

    1. #1lahairfan

      Agreed.

  2. Jimbotron

    In before Ricketts family realizes there’s money to be made.

    Amirite

  3. Luke

    I’m just now realizing how little I’ve been paying attention to the NFL since the Super Bowl.

    I suspect I’m going to do terrible in this one.

    And on the list of things that are terrible… can the NFL make it any harder for people who don’t have cable/satellite to give them money in order to watch live games? The NFL used to be one of the most internet friendly organizations. How did they fall from that to leaving me essentially no option but to pay for radio broadcasts only, pay for archived games only, or (worse) pay separately for both?

    These guys are sitting on a mint if they’d just turn on an MLB.tv like package.

    1. Cubbie Blues

      This is the first year in about 5 years I haven’t paid for Sunday Ticket. I just couldn’t justify $40 per month for 6 months to watch the Bears an extra 2-3 times a year when they aren’t on in my market.

      1. Luke

        I’d be willing to pay some to watch a half a dozen or so Colts games this year, but just watching archived games isn’t exactly attractive.

        I have my issues with MLB.tv (looking at you regional blackout insanity), but at least MLB is willing to take my money to let me watch games.

        1. Cubbie Blues

          Being on the east coast, can’t you get Sunday Ticket and watch the Colts? I’m not getting your dilemma.

          1. Luke

            Sunday Ticket is a cable/satellite only thing.

            I have neither.

            1. Cubbie Blues

              Ah, I didn’t realize you had to have a cable/satellite contract. That is pretty bad.

            2. Cubbie Blues

              Are there any indications why they haven’t gone that route? Like contractual agreements, providers making it monetarily feasible to not or just plain arrogance? You have to think the many smart people that work for them that they have looked into it. Could it be that the huge blackout areas the MLB has affords them the ability to go the internet route?

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