We recently asked listeners to weigh in on one thing they'd like to have free for life. The results were overwhelming fuel and airfare.

As we approach our cash contest, where on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through October 15th you can win up to $10,000 just by listening to our radio station, we inquired about what might make your life easier if you could just have it be financially taken care of.

There were a number of choices posed on our Facebook and Instagram, including things like cable and TV subscription services and concerts tickets. Maybe some seem frivolous, like free coffee for life or free pizza for life, but, hey, it's one less thing right?

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What people here in South Jersey told us is that they'd really like to never again have to pay for gas or plane tickets for as long as they live. It's not that surprising with prices at the pump constantly fluctuating and never going low enough for our liking. And, listeners have family members in other parts of the country they rarely ever see because there's just never enough money to pay for a flight or to take that bucket list vacay for the same reason.

If you can use an extra $10k in your bank account, for fun or for a little financial freedom, tune in on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and play our cash codes contest. We give you 10 brand new codes every weekday. The more codes you collect the better your chances of winning. Good luck!

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