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You get a car, you get a car, you get a car — everyone gets a car! Seriously. For just $35, you’ll not only automatically score a sweet, cool-looking collectible 1/64-scale die-cast toy Lamborghini, but you’ll also have a chance to win a real pre-owned Lamborghini Aventador Coupe, worth over $250,000.
This might not be quite as awesome as the new Batmobile-looking Vision Gran Turismo Lamborghini concept vehicle or winning a million dollars by putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Then again, it’s a pretty good opportunity at only $35.
If you’re not the lucky winner of the Lamborghini Aventador Coupe, you’ll also have the chance to win one of four pre-owned Lamborghini Gallardos, each worth more than $100,000. There are also 250 battery-powered rideable Lamborghinis for kids and 2,500 larger 1/24-scale remote-control Lamborghinis being given away in addition to the toy. Anyone over 18 years of age is eligible to win. You just won’t know the size until yours arrives in the mail. Check it out:
MSCHF, a next-generation street art collective, has teamed up with MrBeast to ensure “everyone gets a car.” MrBeast, a.k.a. Jimmy Donaldson, is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and one of the first to create a YouTube video genre centered on pricey stunts, with over 75 million subscribers and over 13 billion views. In fact, his version of Netflix’s Squid Game, where real people competed for $456,000, has gained over 100 million views since it premiered.
This deal is also available in 3- and 5-packs, so the more you buy, the better your chances of winning the real thing. But don’t wait, as this limited-time offer won’t be here for long. Get your MrBeast + MSCHF Everyone Gets A Car today for only $35. Good luck!
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