Dying to go to the Star Trek Beyond red carpet premiere at Comic-Con in San Diego on July 20th? Don’t have tickets? Don’t have airfare? Don’t have a place to stay?
I feel your pain. In the spirit of not hoarding opportunities to win all of the above, here are three different companies offering ways for you to make your Star Trek Beyond dreams come true.
Wait! First let’s talk about what’s going to be so spectacular about this premiere. The movie will be screened the first day of San Diego Comic-Con, with members of the cast and crew. It will be the first-ever outdoor IMAX premiere, with a live orchestra performing Michael Giacchino’s score.
Okay, NOW are you ready to try to figure out how to get yourself there? Thought so.
OPTION 1: ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR
Well they are called Enterprise, and they’re celebrating it. “Our customers have long made the connection between Enterprise Rent-A-Car and the famed U.S.S. Enterprise, and now we are officially teaming up,” said the clever Lee Broughton, vice president, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Brand Marketing in a press release.
Visit http://www.EnterpriseBeamsYouUp.com to enter the contest. One very lucky fan will win a trip for two to the premiere. Runner-up prizes aren’t too shabby, though; they include a private screening of the movie for 50 people, 4-packs of Star Trek Beyond movie tickets, and a Star Trek Beyond prize pack with movie tickets.
Beyond the sweepstakes, Enterprise Rent-A-Car will also be featuring Star Trek Beyond advertising at select rental car centers as well as airport shuttle buses in New York City and Philadelphia featuring Beyond graphics and the phrase, “Until We Can Beam You Up, We’ll Pick You Up”.
OPTION 2: OMAZE
This one isn’t free, but it’s for a good cause. Omaze is a company that offers chances to win onece-in-a-lifetime experiences in exchange for donations to charity. The more you donate, the more chances you have to win. Earlier they offered the chance to appear as an extra in the movie; now they’re offering red carpet premiere tickets complete with airfare and hotel. Donations benefit The Mission Continues, which helps veterans adjust to life back home.
But Zachary Quinto can explain it better than I can.
— Star Trek (@StarTrekMovie) June 15, 2016
OPTION 3: SKYDANCE
You don’t have to pay for this one, but you’ll have to work just a little bit harder than filling out an entry form. Write a tweet about Star Trek fandom, tag Skydance, and it’s been suggested that including the latest Star Trek Beyond trailer might help too.
— Skydance (@Skydance) June 13, 2016