Want to Ride to the 'Breaking Bad' Premiere in a Winnebago with Bryan Cranston? Here's How

Breaking-Bad-Crystal-ShipIf your answer to that question isn't a deep and resounding "OHMYGODYES" then I seriously doubt that we could ever be real friends. But that's beside the point. A ride in the "Crystal Ship" to the premiere of one of the best shows on television, in the company of one of this generation's most accomplished character actors, is undoubtedly one of those opportunities that only comes along once in a lifetime. Interested? Here's how you could win the ultimate Breaking Bad experience plus some other killer prizes.

So what all comes with this awesome trip? Here's what you can expect:

  • You + 1 will ride in an RV with Bryan Cranston to the Breaking Bad premiere where you’ll be his VIP guest & meet the cast
  • Flight & 4-star hotel included
  • Every entry supports the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s efforts to find victims of child abduction

This contest is being sponsored on a site called Omaze, which strives to provide once-in-a-lifetime transformative experiences to its winning contestants, while donating the entry fees to various worthwhile causes. It's a unique blend of charity, crowdfunding, and the most awesome experiences known to man.

But don't fret. If you don't land a seat aboard the Crystal Ship, you won't be out the $10 that it costs to enter. Nope. Like most crowdfunding sites, Omaze offers a structured reward system with perks that go above and beyond most of what you'd find in an average Kickstarter campaign. With rewards like thank-you photos and videos straight from Mr. Cranston himself to unique signed items from the show, there's really nothing to lose.

So, what do you say? Ready to put some money towards a good cause (The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children) and hopefully win the trip of a lifetime? Head on over to this page on Omaze's website and get the details.

What do you guys think about Omaze's new form of social crowdfunding? Let us know in the comments.

Link: Ride in an RV with Bryan Cranston to the Breaking Bad Premiere -- Omaze

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July 5, 2013 at 3:30AM, Edited September 4, 8:21AM

Peter Kelly

Why is this on NFS?

July 5, 2013 at 10:24AM, Edited September 4, 8:21AM


Because presumably people working in film production are interested in anything to do with Breaking Bad, one of the best series ever created for TV.

July 5, 2013 at 10:34AM, Edited September 4, 8:21AM

Markus Arike

Yep, Markus is correct. It brings attention to an opportunity that many in the NFS community might be interested in, and it does so for a worthwhile cause.

July 5, 2013 at 11:09AM, Edited September 4, 8:21AM

You voted '-1'.
Rob Hardy
Founder of Filmmaker Freedom

You don't even know how to begin to cook! It's science, chemistry in it's purest form (tips hat). I suggest you take good pictures (photo bombing welcome) as I along with Heisenberg, Jesse, and Co., show up. Now, Are we clear on this once and for all?!!!

July 11, 2013 at 12:01PM, Edited September 4, 8:21AM

Joe Mathews

I know it is a good cause, but cannot afford it. I am a out of work truck driver with a wife and disabled son, but cannot even afford the $8.00 that would keep me out of jail in Arizona. I have to get up $ 8 dollars for finger printing of of bogus plea agreement that must be sent to the Arizona court. I was pulled over while driving truck on 40 at a place at the 122 and charged with seat belt ( shoulder clasp needs replace, it slipped down to my elbow) driving twelve hours while we are allowed 11 ( I woke up and started driving at Amarillo TX which is a 9 1/2 hour trip at best ) and failure to appear. Court would be 2 weeks away, what would I be doing for 2 week, I payed $800 and they reduced it to failure to appear, but my licence is now suspended because of bad trailer plates got me pulled over in Indiana, and when my licence was checked they said I had a suspension in Arizona when there wasn't. My wife called Arizona and they said it was a snafu on their part. Indiana would not lift the ticket without hard copy and Arizona says they do not do hard copy. I got paid $200 for a $1000 trip and was unable to pay the ticket. Just shoot me please.

September 19, 2013 at 3:25PM, Edited September 4, 8:21AM

Bill Markavich