Yes, it’s that time of the month again – NFP time!
The Nonfarm Payrolls are coming out on Friday, April 3rd, and once again we’d like to invite you to play our famous game of “Post your predictions for the rate of the upcoming Nonfarm Payrolls”!
In order to participate in the promotion, all you have to do is log in to the eToro OpenBook and leave a comment under the post that will be published on the eToroExperience wall once a day from March 28th (Saturday) till April 2nd, 2015 (Thursday).
How to win? It’s simple. Starting from Saturday and through to Thursday, we will publish a post on the eToroExperience wall each day at 8:00 AM (GMT) and you will have from that time until 7:59 AM (GMT) of the next calendar day to post your predictions (on Thursday the 2nd you have until 23:59 GMT).
You can win every single day, that’s six chances to win!
On Friday, following the NFP announcement, we will collect the predictions for each day, and the first 3 people that came closest to the rate for each day will receive a $100 gift card. That’s right we’re giving away $1,800 overall!
REMEMBER: If you make multiple predictions within a single day, we will only consider your last comment as your prediction for the day.
We will announce the 18 winners in the following weeks according to the Terms & Conditions
Good Luck to you all!
Terms and Rules
* The April Nonfarm Payrolls promotion is subject to the following Terms & Conditions
* All gift cards are in eToro Credits.
* Play nice. In case of abuse, users will be automatically disqualified from the promotion.
* Eligibility to participate in this promotion is limited to one account per person, household and/or any environment where mobile devices are accessing our system.
* Users participating who have more than one trading account will be eligible for one prize only.
* The first 3 participants to predict the figure that is closest to the NFP Figure will win.
* Users from the following countries are not eligible to participate in the promotion: United States, Japan, Turkey, Iran, North Korea, China, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Philippines and Sri Lanka.