If you’ve ever hoped to fly to outer space one day but you can’t afford the six-figure ticket price, one online business could make your dream come true, Fox News reports. ( http://fxn.ws/K31nV2 )
I Dream of Space, a startup company based in New Zealand, is selling posters in exchange for an entry into a drawing for a ticket to space.
It costs $10 to purchase a space themed digital poster, and $15 to get a physical poster sent to you.
“…so every time someone buys a $10 poster from us, we put them into a draw to win a REAL ticket to space," the website says.
For space enthusiasts who plan to foot the bill for a space flight themselves, the cost to ride on Virgin Galactic SpaceShip Two is $200,000 and seat on XCOR Areospace’s Lynx is $95,000, according to the report.
People who enter the drawing should know that if they win—it may take years before space flight companies begin to offer commercial flights.
There is a 1 in 25,000 chance you could win.
For more details visit I Dream of Space: https://www.idreamofspace.com/
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