Here’s your chance to play mini golf with U2 before one of their shows… and all you have to do is donate to (RED).

Play Mini Golf with U2 Backstage Before Their Show
Play Mini Golf with U2 Backstage Before Their Show

A new contest from is giving you the chance to win this unique experience. The more you donate to the cause, the more entries you get.

From “It’s a beautiful day… to mini golf with U2! No, your eyes aren’t working in mysterious ways, you and a friend are really joining the world’s biggest rock band for a rollicking game of mini golf. The coolest part? It’s all taking place backstage before an epic U2 concert! You’ll hang with the band, get all your burning questions answered (was One inspired by a hole-in-one?) and putt putt the day away with the men responsible for some of the world’s most beloved songs. And since all that athletic activity is really going to work up a thirst, you’ll celebrate with the band over a well-deserved pint (of whatever you want) before you watch them do what they actually do best — rock out live in concert. Sounds like you found exactly what you were looking for. Flights and hotel included.”

Every day 400 babies are born with HIV, but they don’t have to be. The life-saving pills that keep an HIV+ pregnant woman alive and healthy also prevents the virus from passing to her unborn baby. These pills cost as little as 30 cents a day in sub-Saharan Africa – that’s two lives saved for just 30 cents. When you donate to win a (RED) experience on Omaze, you’re supporting (SHOPATHON) RED – the annual holiday campaign to raise awareness and money to help HIV+ moms get access to lifesaving medication, bringing us closer to a world where no baby is born with HIV. Let’s end AIDS.

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