BT is giving its broadband subscribers the chance to get their hands on tickets for the London 2012 Olympics.
With the Games drawing ever nearer, this could one of the last opportunities for people to get involved in the world's greatest sporting event.
All BT customers have to do to stand a chance of winning tickers is register online for a free prize draw.
The broadband provider is giving away pairs of tickets each week in the run-up to the Olympics, meaning there are plenty of chances to win.
And for those looking to improve their chances, BT is running another promotion alongside the weekly draw.
Consumers can also win by matching an existing Olympic or Paralympic 'record' using their BT home phone, BT Wi-Fi or BT Vision service.
Each week, the broadband provider will publish targets for its customers to aim for in order to qualify for entry into the competition.
For example, home phone users may need to make a call that lasts as long as an Olympic or Paralympic record for that week.
"You can try to match the record as many times as you want within the weekly competition. If it's a sprint event you're going for, you better make it quick," BT stated.
"Maybe middle-distance running is more your thing. Each week match the record by the total time you're logged in to BT Wi-Fi hotspots and you could be in with a chance too.
"Equal the medal haul of an Olympian or Paralympian athlete with the number of On Demand programmes you watch, and the tickets could also be yours."
BT is the official communications partner of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games, and will provide all broadband and landline links during the festival.
The opening ceremony of the Games is on Friday July 27th.