As mentioned last week, The Sun is promoting a special cut-price performance of Don Giovanni at the Royal Opera House on 8 September, with tickets costing no more than £30.
Today's paper contains more details - together with a sizzling Sun-style synopsis - and you don't even need to fork out 30p for a copy.
You can register for tickets with the Royal Opera House directly here.
Applications are put into a lottery (random? it's not clear) and they'll tell you later if you're one of the lucky ones.
There seems to be nothing to prevent multiple applications. Not that I'm suggesting anything. But the Royal Opera House have long mounted special performances for local schools, families and disadvantaged groups, so it's ironic that by trying to broaden their net beyond the invitation-only, they may end up just handing out bargain tickets to their existing customer base.