MrBeast knows how to get eyes on his YouTube channel. He’s got over 75 million subscribers and counting. The YouTuber is known for his elaborately produced stunts and pranks.

The insanely popular YouTuber had his latest viral video with a real-life take on the hit Netflix series “Squid Game.” He offered $1,000 for every contestant who was successfully able to navigate a series of stunts based on the show. The total came out to $456,000.

He’s going even bigger with his latest stunt, according to BroBible. The gimmick is that MrBeast is going to sell a real, legitimate, street legal Lamborghini to one lucky fan for $35. That purchase does come with a catch.

In a partnership with street art group MSCHF, MrBeast will be selling one real-life Lambo for less than the cost to fill up it’s tank. The car will be given away in what is essentially a raffle. Fans will be able to purchase entry into the contest for just $35.

The YouTube star has promised that everybody who enters the contest will receive a Lamborghini. He doesn’t specify which size. Everybody who enters will receive a die-cast mini Lamborghini Aventador at 1/64 scale of the real thing. 2,500 will take home a 1/24 scale remote-controlled Lambo. 250 will get a battery-powered car for kids. Four will get a used Lamborghini Gallardo worth $100,000. The grand prize winner will take home a $250,000 Gallardo.

Entrants can choose to purchase a single entry. They can also receive multiple virtual raffle tickets for a slight discount. Three will cost $99. Five entries are going for $175.

Nobody will go away empty-handed. MrBeast does not seem to mention the extreme cost of owning and maintaining a luxury sports car. The fans who win the vehicles will soon feel deflated as they realize they’ll be spending close to $10,000 a year just to keep insurance on their new car. That goes without mentioning the insane taxes winners will have to pay to even take delivery on the luxury ride.

Would you spend $35 for a chance to win a Lamborghini? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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