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Take a tour of Game of Thrones locations with Jerome Flynn (Bronn)

Game of Thrones is pretty much the most popular show on the face of the planet, and as such, the show has had quite a lot of charitable campaigns attached to it, over the years. We had recently reported about a new charitable campaign that can give you a shot at winning a chance to attend the premiere of Game of Thrones Season 8, and today we have another one, and this time it’s a tour of the filming locations, with none other than Jerome Flynn, who plays the role of Bronn. Read on!

While the Season 8 premiere campaign was from Omaze, this one is from Prizeo. Prizeo has set up this campaign in partnership with the Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), and the prize is the chance for you and a friend to visit Iceland for a tour of the Game of Thrones filming locations, and even go whale watching, in the company of Jerome Flynn, who does seem like he would be great company!

In order to enter the lot, Prizeo has set up a donation campaign that you need to pay to, to get entries. There are some perks with the entries, too:

$10 – 100 entries$25 – 250 entries + Thank You e-card$75 – 750 entries + exclusive campaign t-shirt$150 – 1,500 entries + e-card + t-shirt + signed autograph of Jerome Flynn$250 – 2,500 entries, + e-card + t-shirt + signed autograph of Jerome Flynn + adopt an orca

$500 – + e-card + t-shirt + signed autograph of Jerome Flynn + Orca + tickets to attend a taping of Sky Atlantic’s Thronecast

As far as the grand prize goes, you get to go to Iceland to “Go Beyond The Wall” with Jerome Flynn. Roundtrip airfare to and fro Reykjavik, as well as hotel accommodations paid for. The featured locations include the Fist of the First Men and the mountain shaped like an arrowhead from “Beyond the Wall.” Bonus prize is to go whale watching with Flynn on a private boat!

Of course all the money from the lottery goes to the The Whale and Dolphin Conservation, which is “the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins.” The WDC works towards reducing plastic pollution, commercial whaling, bycatch and entanglement, so even if you don’t win, you know it’s for a great cause.

So what are you waiting for? Go get your entries, here. Talk to us in the comments, down below!