RTÉ issues call out for Late Late Toy Show tickets 1 month ago

RTÉ issues call out for Late Late Toy Show tickets

Fancy getting your hands on some Toy Show tickets?

The most magical time of year is almost here.

And yes, we're talking about the Toy Show.

Are we a little bit more excited about it than the kids? Maybe... but it's a tradition we can't help but love.

If, like us, you've sat at home green with envy over all the freebies the Toy Show audience receives then we've got some good news.

RTÉ has issued a call-out for tickets.

The Toy Show will have a live studio audience this year and you can apply for tickets.

Due to RTÉ's current health and safety guidelines, you can only apply for tickets if you're fully vaccinated.

Audience members must be over the age of 18.

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Tickets are strictly non-transferable.

RTÉ is asking hopeful audience members to tell them why they deserve a ticket to the telly event of the year.

Click here to apply for a ticket to this year's Toy Show.

The 2021 Toy Show will air on November 26th.

Ryan Tubridy accidentally let the date slip earlier this year.

The broadcaster took to Instagram stories to share a snap of the new 2021 calendars that were going up on the wall in his RTÉ office. And eager fans noted that there was a very important date marked off already.

In the shared image, the presenter shared:"‘Our 2021 Planner arrived. Only one certainty! Tinsel marks the spot."

There's no doubt this year's Toy Show will be extra special, especially with the return of the live audience.

Being there on the night is something many of us would love. Who wouldn't want to see Tubs prance around dressed as Sebastian from The Little Mermaid or Olaf, right?

Plus, how could you say no to the 101 free gifts the audience receives?

Fill in the application and cross your fingers.

May the odds be ever in your favour!