Bid to win tickets to Game of Thrones’ Season 8 premiere and afterparty in NYC

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Just in case the impending culmination of eight years of extraordinary television (and extra extraordinary fandom) wasn’t getting you hyped enough, Charity Buzz, an online auction site, is now offering you the chance to attend the Game of Thrones season 8 premiere and its afterparty in New York City next month.

You know … if that sort of once-in-a-lifetime opportunity appeals to you.

Charity Buzz is auctioning off two tickets to the season 8 premiere, two passes to its afterparty and two nights at a Premier Plus King room in the Warwick New York Hotel.

Proceeds go to support Big Sunday, a non profit that offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities and programs “that unite people to improve lives, build community and give everyone a sense of belonging.”

Fair warning, this auction isn’t for the faint of heart. The bidding is currently at $13,500 and, as of this writing, the auction has eight days left to go. The winner will be announced on March 27 at 3:03 EDT.

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    1. Bidding already at $13,500 with 8 days left in the auction? Hard pass on this.

      …Unless Maisie Williams and Ben Hawkey show up in costume and in character at the Warwick Hotel with pies and ale to share with the winner.

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    2. Glad the $$ looks to go to a good cause but somebody with pockets a helluva lot deeper than mine will win this.

      I bet it goes for something north of $33k

      Meanwhile, I’ll be on my free couch watching my 60″ 4k TV with some cold beer and hot Cheetos. 🤪

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    3. Rizzo T:
      Glad the $$ looks to go to a good cause but somebody with pockets a helluva lot deeper than mine will win this.

      I bet it goes for something north of$33k

      Meanwhile, I’ll be on my free couch watching my 60″ 4k TV with some cold beer and hot Cheetos.🤪

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      I hear ya. I’ll be doing the same – except with some hot pie instead of hot Cheetos; I’ll also be ordering in a rotisserie chicken …on second thought, think I’ll take two chickens.

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    4. One wishes they had established a well-advertised raffle instead. If a ticket cost, say, £25 or $50, many fans could afford that and richer people could afford to purchase several tickets. They’d probably raise as much money, but at least the average punter could have a go. As it is, only the wealthy can. #BreakTheWheel.

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    5. Let’s see, I could either bid $13,500 for the tix and party, or spend the same amount for a week’s worth of groceries at Whole Foods here in Tribeca. Decisions, decisions…

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    6. As someone who worked on season 8 it upsets me that people who had nothing to do with it can fork out a truck load of money and go to the premiere. Meanwhile no invite for me! Even though I worked my ass off on it! Proper blood sweat and tears, guess that’s not enough for some people!

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    7. Catspaw Assassin:
      Let’s see, I could either bid $13,500 for the tix and party, or spend the same amount for a week’s worth of groceries at Whole Foods here in Tribeca. Decisions, decisions…

      Holy Catspaw batman, do you live with 16 other family members?

      $13k is probably what my family of 4 spends yearly in TN

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    8. Stark Raven' Rad:
      One wishes they had established a well-advertised raffle instead.If a ticket cost, say, £25 or $50, many fans could afford that and richer people could afford to purchase several tickets.They’d probably raise as much money, but at least the average punter could have a go.As it is, only the wealthy can.#BreakTheWheel.

      I reckon that’s what the Omaze is, a raffle. But you’re right, this’d be better done the same way…

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    9. have they announced a date for the red carpet premiere in NYC?…I’m guessing the first week in April…I live in NYC so it’s nice that they are having the final premiere here…

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    10. Given that this is the end of the journey I would love to go however the sorts of figures needed for successful bidding it would be impossible. Good luck to any Watchers contributors who take part.

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    11. Shelle: I reckon that’s what the Omaze is, a raffle. But you’re right, this’d be better done the same way…

      Did you see it says announced “on or around April 4th” now instead of the 3rd?

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    12. Just noticed for this one it says the hotel stay is for April 2nd-3rd, so yeah this just reinforces what Mamoa said about the 3rd being the Red Carpet.

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