Stamp Stampede Presents ‘Pay 2 Play’ Online for Free – Oct. 10-12
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Stamp Stampede Presents ‘Pay 2 Play’ Online for Free – Oct. 10-12

Watch Pay 2 Play: Democracy’s High Stakes online for free, from October 10-12, 2015, courtesy of Stamp Stampede. Library Journal says it is “required viewing for anyone interested in American politics.”

Follow this link to view Pay 2 Play for free.

Through special arrangements with TDC Entertainment, Stamp Stampede is proud to offer you a FREE STREAM of the critically acclaimed film “PAY 2 PLAY: DEMOCRACY’S HIGH STAKES.” Simply click the “Watch Now” button, select “Rent,” and then use the special code “Pay2PlayToday” to begin watching the film. You will be asked for your email address, but no credit card is required if you use the special code. The free stream offer begins on October 10, 2015 at 12:01am ET, and expires on October 12, 2015 at 11:59pm ET.

— Stamp Stampede

Pay 2 Play Party

Invite some friends over to watch Pay 2 Play with you. After the movie, gather around a nice sturdy table and stamp money until Midnight, with captions like: “STAMP MONEY OUT OF POLITICS” or “NOT TO BE USED FOR BRIBING POLITICIANS.” It’s therapeutic, fun, and will help change the country!

You don’t think you can get a Stamp Stampede stamp in time for the free online showing? Consider planning Halloween costumes instead. Tip: You can buy ‘dollar bill’ costumes, sized for either children or adults, and the price is fairly reasonable.

Trick or Treat! Stencil some red letters on one of those, and you’re good to go. :-)

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