An Auckland school is offering $100 "golden tickets" to go on a tour of German millionaire Kim Dotcom's mansion.
The Christmas in Coatesville 2012 tour will be held on November 24 from 10am-4pm to help raise money for Coatesville School and a cancer foundation.
The main ticket for the event - which Dotcom today tweeted an appeal for people to support - costs $60 and entitles a person to enter eleven properties.
A "golden" ticket at a cost of $40 can be added to the main ticket to visit Dotcom's mansion.
"Your ticket to the mansion will enable you to not only walk round the garden but to see inside this most amazing property and experience this house first-hand, including the fish tank!," the website for the tour says.
Ninety per cent of the proceeds will go directly to Coatesville School, with the remaining 10% of proceeds donated to the New Zealand Gynaecological Cancer Foundation.
There will be a free hop-on-hop-off bus to transport people around the properties.
The German national was arrested after police swooped on his Coatesville rented home in January and stands accused of breaching copyright laws costing owners more than US$500 million. US authorities are attempting to extradite him to face the charges.