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#ItsOnWade: Let WhatsYourPrice.com Pay for Your Valentine’s Date

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The Short Version: WhatsYourPrice.com and CEO Brandon Wade are taking care of the bill this Valentine’s Day with the #ItsOnWade event. All you have to do is sign up for the site by 3 p.m. EST on Feb. 14 and set up the date!

Valentine’s Day is almost here, so if you’re a single man looking for a beautiful woman to go on a date with — or if you’re a single lady looking for a successful guy to take you out as well as a way to make a few extra bucks — you’ll want to check out WhatsYourPrice.com and the #ItsOnWade campaign.

WhatsYourPrice.com is the popular date-auction site that “levels the playing field for men and makes dating more rewarding for women.” With the current #ItsOnWade campaign, CEO Brandon Wade is making it easier than ever to guarantee you have a date for Valentine’s Day by covering the cost up to $250.

Men, put the tab on Brandon in just 4 easy steps:

    1. Sign Up: Join WhatsYourPrice.com as a Generous Member and purchase any credit package by 3 p.m. EST on Feb. 14.
    2. Organize a Date: Find an Attractive Member on the site and set up the date for Valentine’s Day.
    3. Show Your Receipt: After the date, the Generous Member should send an email to Valentines@whatsyourprice.com that includes their username, a picture of the date receipt, and a selfie with the Attractive Member.
    4. Get Reimbursed: WhatsYourPrice.com and Brandon Wade will reimburse the Generous Member up $250 of the total date cost. This includes the amount the Generous Member offered the Attractive Member and the expenses of the date itself.

Valentine’s Day is a time for romance and excitement, and that’s exactly what WhatsYourPrice.com and CEO Brandon Wade are helping singles find. Not only do men get the chance to go on a date with a beautiful woman, but ladies get to enjoy a night out with a generous guy and add a little more cash to their wallets.

Sign up for WhatsYourPrice.com today and join in on the #ItsOnWade fun. You won’t regret it! For more info, visit WhatsYourPrice.com/Valentines.

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