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For $10 you could date Ben Affleck, Matt Damon

For $10 you could date Ben Affleck, Matt Damon

DOUBLE DATE: Ben Affleck, left, and Matt Damon attend the Modern Master Award Ceremony at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Friday, Jan.25, 2013, in Santa Barbara, Calif. Photo: Associated Press/Richard Shotwell/Invision

Fans of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon can enter a competition for a chance to win a double date with the Hollywood superstars.

For just a $10 donation via fundraising site Omaze.com, a lucky winner and a friend will be flown to Los Angeles to spend a day with the pair and attend an exclusive Hollywood event.

The proceeds will go toward Water.org.

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