How to Win the Quicken Loans Warren Buffett $1 Billion NCAA Basketball Tournament Contest

$1 billion basketball tournament  challenge
There is no reason to wait around for the lottery to eventually reach the first $1 billion prize when you can have a chance to win that much without having to risk any of your own money. Quicken Loans (insured through Warren Buffett‘s Berkshire Hathaway) is offering a $1 billion prize to anyone who can perfectly pick the 67 game winners of the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament as part of the Quicken Loans Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge. You read that correctly. That’s not $1,000,000 — we’re talking a cool $1,000,000,000 is up for grabs.

So the first question that should come to mind is what is the best way to win this billion dollar contest? To be honest,

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6 Responses to How to Win the Quicken Loans Warren Buffett $1 Billion NCAA Basketball Tournament Contest

  1. petesake says:

    No cost and a chance to win a $1 billion? I’m all over this. it’s going to make watching the games a whole lot more exciting, especially if I can make it through the first round without any mistakes.

  2. Ed Gee says:

    Someone forgot to add “Where to sign up”….Helloooo?

  3. jeffrey says:

    As mentioned in the article, that information hasn’t been released yet and will be added when it is announced. The first day for sign-up will be Monday, March 3

  4. Virginia smith says:

    Want to enter contest if it’s not to late and where do I sign up

  5. Christina says:

    How to win: read fivethirtyeight.com, play with Huffington Post’s “Predict-O-Tron.” Have a coin handy for flips when chance of victory is under 52.5% and over 47.5%

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