• AIDS charity is offering to visit the sets of "Game Of Thrones" season 7.

AIDS charity is offering to visit the sets of "Game Of Thrones" season 7. (Photo : Twitter)

In an effort to raise awareness on AIDS on the occasion of World AIDS Day, Bono from U2 band in collaboration with RED has started an unique campaign under which the donors will get a chance to visit the sets of "Game Of Thrones" in Belfast, Ireland.

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Since the much-anticipated trip is scheduled to happen somewhere between July and December of 2016, it is clear that the winners will get a chance to visit the sets of HBO's hit fantasy drama series when the cast and crew will be filming for season 7. 

"Game Of Thrones" season 6 is set to premiere on April 24, 2016 and its shooting is currently in full swing in Northern Ireland.

The visit to the sets will also include a chance to visit the armory to see the actual weapons used in the series, a tour of costume department and leather-work area. Not only that, the winner will also get a chance to take a seat on the actual Iron Throne used in the series, Omaze reported.

The donors, who donate atleast $10 this holiday season to RED, can also win some "Game Of Thrones" related goodies like "Winter Is Coming" and "Fire And Blood" themed T-shirts, autographed posters and a replica map of Westeros complete with map markers.

Money raised by the campaign will be funneled to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

Over the next six weeks, donors can also bid on a chance to be complimented by George Clooney, to toss a football with star quarterback Tom Brady, to join Meryl Streep on the red carpet or to ride bikes with U2's Bono in Central Park, where the singer took the infamous tumble last year, CNN reported.