‘Big Brother 18’ Vote Opens For America’s Favorite Houseguest [POLL]| September 15, 2016 at 10:30 AM EDT
Voting has opened for the Big Brother 18 AFP, or America’s Favorite Houseguest, and that means it’s time to decide who you want to receive a $25,000 bonus for their game play this summer.
With the now polls open, fans can visit the official voting at cbs.com and cast 20 votes a day each day until Monday, September 19, 2016 at 9:59AM PT.
All 16 of the Houseguests are eligible for you to vote to win the AFP title and the $25,000, but from what I remember in the past there may be something about if they end up in the F2 then the prize falls down the line to a HG who isn’t there. I couldn’t find that listed in the terms & conditions on CBS’s site, but I believe that’s been discussed in the past, so keep that in mind as a possibility when you’re trying to decide how to vote.
Note: Discussions in the comments offer suggestions that the F2 is no longer a restriction against winning AFP.
Note 2: I knew James had asked, but missed him letting the other HGs know. James recently asked in DR if you could win AFP if you were in F2 and according to James, their answer was no.”
Be sure to go to the official voting page with CBS each day between now and Monday morning to support your favorite. 20 votes each day can really add up to help your pick to win.
Make your choice based on whatever you’d like for whatever criteria. I’m going to endorse Victor Arroyo to win because he’s played a relentless game with a great attitude and gave us a lot to discuss through the season with exciting twists and turns to both his own and the overall game. I think Victor deserves the AFP crown and I hope he gets it so I will not be splitting my votes on this one.
Who do you want to win Favorite Houseguest? Vote now in our unofficial poll below (does not count towards official results) and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Keep checking back to see how these votes go and we’ll tally things up next week ahead of Wednesday’s season finale and see if we can accurately predict who wins.