A charity organisation is giving people a chance to bid on two tickets for “Game of Thrones” Season 6 premiere in Los Angeles. The tickets have been donated by HBO for the event that is expected to be on April 10th.

The current bid on CharityBuzz is $5,750 (around AU $8018) and the next minimum bid is for $6,250 (around AU $8715). The website claims that the value of the two tickets is around $7,500 (Around AU $10,458).

The event will go on for 3 hours. The tickets only allow the participants to watch the premiere episode. It does not include meeting any of the cast members or others from the TV series. It is not clear if the participants will be allowed to take pictures with celebrities who attend the event or if they can take something along for celebrities to sign.

The tickets are for participants who are at least 21 years old and they can’t be transferred or resold to anyone else. They are only for the “Game of Thrones” Season 6 premiere event and do not include travel and accommodation. The participants will have to make their own arrangements to arrive at the event.

Meanwhile, the promotion of the TV series is in full swing. The official Twitter page of the TV series is asking fans to predict who will be the next to die on the show. The TV series is known for shocking deaths and unexpected twists, with major characters dying in every season.

Fans have been asked to predict who will die in “Game of Thrones” Season 6 with the hashtag “#SpeakTheNames.” “Speak three names and the man will do the rest,” is a dialogue by Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), who serves the Many Faced God and kills people in his service. The dialogue was used on Twitter to ask fans the names of characters they expect will not make it after the next season.