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You Could Win A $1,000 Outdoor Gear Gift Card By Simply Answering Surveys

This Canadian company is giving you the chance to win big.
You Could Win A $1,000 Outdoor Gear Gift Card By Simply Answering Surveys

There are plenty of perks that come with being Canadian, not the least of which is that our vacations at home are simply awesome.

And while we may pride ourselves on our ability to make the best of our iconic cold weather, let's be honest: it's great when summer finally rolls around.

No longer do you have to worry about the freezing wind or chilly mornings, instead you can start planning your ideal outdoor getaway.

Maybe you love heading up to the cottage for that much-needed R&R. Or perhaps you’re all about hiking to the hidden places the Great White North has to offer.

If you prefer connecting with nature on a deeper level, your dream mini-break in Canada might just mean grabbing the fam, heading to a campground and enjoying the fresh air, starry nights, and perfectly cooked marshmallows.

But whether you're putting up a tent or relaxing in a hammock lakeside, getting the right outdoor gear is key before heading out on your perfect summer trip.

As we all know, from canoes to coolers, it doesn't take long for your outdoor wishlist to grow beyond what your bank account can handle. Thankfully, the Canadian survey platform Leger Opinion (LEO) is giving you the chance to win it instead. 

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Here's how it works: After you sign up for LEO, you can start answering surveys on a variety of topics. 

For each completed survey, you'll earn LEO points redeemable for PayPal transfers, Air Miles Reward Miles, Starbucks gift cards, Uber or Uber Eats credits, and more.

You'll also be entered to win prizes through the survey platform's monthly contests, with April's prize being a $1,000 gift card for — you guessed it — outdoor gear.

Put it towards a new bike, a pair of hiking boots or all of the fixings needed to transform your camping trip into a glamping trip.

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And if you don't happen to land this month's $1,000 outdoor gear gift card, don't worry — LEO's surveys give you the chance to win big prizes every month like iPads and prepaid Visa cards. 

So next time you're aimlessly scrolling through your phone (no judgment), think about the prizes you could be winning on LEO instead and make this summer one to remember.

Leger Opinion's April Prize: $1,000 Outdoor Gear Gift Card

When: Until April 30, 2021

Where: Online

Why You Need To Sign Up: Complete surveys online for a chance to win monthly prizes, including a $1,000 outdoor gear gift card in April 2021.

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To learn more about your chance to win a $1000 outdoor gear gift card, check out Leger Opinion's website or follow them on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.

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