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Get Paid to Sleep!

Vicky Parry 17th Jan 2022 One Comment

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Would you like to get paid to sleep? Well, If you’re 1 in 4 sleepers kept awake night after night by your partner’s snoring, or one of the 10% of the UK that wake themselves up with their own snoring, Silentnight could have a (pardon the pun) dream of a job for you: they’re searching for five serious snorers to test their sleep products in 2022, with a potential £300 cash prize for the selected customers.

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Whats the Job?

These fortunate snorers or snore sufferers will also be gifted a sleep bundle worth up to £700: this includes a king-size rolled mattress from the Studio by Silentnight collection, a pair of Anti-Snore pillows that could encourage improved breathing, and a ‘So Snug’ 13.5 tog winter duvet to keep you snug on those chilly nights.

Kat Collins, Senior Brand Manager for Silentnight, said: “As the UK’s most trusted sleep brand, we think it’s important to celebrate all types of sleepers and so are giving back to snorers across the country with an exciting new role this year. But, this is official business and we’re looking for applicants who take their sleep seriously! As part of our mission to change how people sleep for the better, we know that customers’ feedback on our products is fundamental to our future launches so can’t wait to hear our new ‘employees’ thoughts.”

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How to enter.

Launching today (Monday 17 January), it’s simple to enter:

1. Complete the entry form on the Silentnight website and sign up to Silentnight’s newsletter

2. Follow Silentnight @silentnightbeds on Instagram OR Facebook

If you’re a winner, Silentnight will contact you via email (as well as remove and recycle your old mattress, if needed, for free!)

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2 years ago

brilliant, but as an insomniac not for me unfotunatley.

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