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Take paid surveys to prepare for holiday blockbuster season
As every movie lover already knows, there are two main times of year where all the good stuff hits theaters - the summer and the winter holidays. Unless you live in the dirty south where the prices of items have stagnated for decades, you might struggle to foot the bill of all those trips to the movies, given the ever-increasing price of tickets, beverages, popcorn and more, but this form of entertainment is hard to pass up when you are jonesing for eye-popping cinema.
If you start to take some paid surveys online now and continue to do so in your spare time, watching television or the like, you will likely be able to accumulate plenty of cash to not miss a beat when the blockbusters start breaking out over the holidays. This way, you will still have your present budget in place, can foot the bill for that big ham or turkey and treat your children to all of the entertainment they can desire without having to take on too much extra work.
What's in store?
First and foremost, "Dumb and Dumber To" comes out this November, and if you were born any time in the past 100 years and do not have a generally sad and distressed view of the world, you are likely to be chomping at the bit to see how the Farrelly Brothers follow up the original classic from the 1990s. Oh, and if you are one of those people who can't be bothered with a good old fashioned slapstick comedy, there is much more to come this year.
For one, the third installment of "The Hunger Games" will be released, which is also the first part of the final chapter of the trilogy relating back to the series. Considering the fact that this was one of the most successful book and movie franchises in recent decades, you and your kids aren't going to want to miss it on account of a little too much budgetary strain, and you don't have to if you take a few surveys online for money.
Speaking of sequels, the next iteration of "The Hobbit" will be released in mid-December, while "Annie," a sequel to "Night at the Museum" and "Mr. Turner" will all come out around that same time period.
Finally, looking to the end of the year, "Hot Tub Time Machine 2" will be sure to gather a big following given its cult-like appeal in the first iteration, while "The Interview" and "Unbroken" will also come out on December 25.
So how will you prepare?
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Taking paid online surveys in your spare time will give you that extra cash you need to enjoy the finer things in life, like stupid movies about nothing that simply take your mind off the general stresses of everyday life. Whether you enjoy movies or otherwise, being able to make extra money in a simple and efficient fashion - all the while not disrupting your general day - can help you take the next step toward a memorable holiday season.