Race for the Money

More than $3000 already available in play!
Over 25 $1 races available every day!
Special $20 races on weekends!

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You are a financial athlete, but do you have the skills needed to beat your friends (or enemies) from around the world at this classic economic conundrum? You have to play to win, because we all know that winning is everything. Get the money, but don’t get got.

Race for the Money gives you a fun, social way to play out a Dollar Auction. The atmosphere is game show, but matter at hand is not trivial. The rules here are the rules for survival of the fittest: everyone participating feels the struggle, the loser sacrifices everything for naught, and the winner victoriously takes the prize. Sounds easy, right? Play the game.

BONUS: All accounts are now interest bearing! Play it smart and you’ll never have to purchase additional funding, even if you keep losing. Just don’t go bankrupt (always good advice)!

Race for the Money is not a game of chance. Money spent playing may even be considered an educational expense! This is not sponsored by Apple. Laws of thermodynamics may apply.

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“Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.” — Paul Newman

“The goal is to win. It’s not about making money. I have many much less risky ways of making money than this. I don’t want to throw my money away, but it’s really about having fun and that means success and trophies.” — Roman Abramovich

“Success is a matter of not quitting and failure is a matter of giving up too soon.” — Robert H. Schuller

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” — Thomas Edison

“Succeeding is not really a life experience that does that much good. Failing is a much more sobering and enlightening experience.” — Michael Eisner

“We all have to decide how we are going to fail . . . by not going far enough or by going too far. Success is not built on success. It’s built on failure. It’s built on frustration. Sometimes its built on catastrophe.” — Sumner Redstone

“My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure.” — Abraham Lincoln

“Failure is the opportunity to begin again, more intelligently.” — Henry Ford


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