If you're eligible for a 16-25 Railcard, National Rail's offering you the chance to get paid £10,000 to travel by train, in what's been dubbed "Britain's ultimate part-time job".
The competition – a marketing stunt to promote the railcard, last run in late 2016 – will see the winner appointed National Rail's 'chief adventure officer'. Along with a friend, he or she will be sent to video six trips using a 16-25 Railcard, plus another interrail trip in Europe.
The seven locations the winner will be sent to will be picked by the public throughout the year, and could include anything from going on the longest zip wire in Snowdonia to a graffiti tour in Bristol.
The 16-25 Railcard gives those aged 16 to 25 or full-time students of any age a third off most rail fares. For more info on railcards, plus other tips and tricks to cut the cost of train journeys, see our Cheap Train Tickets guide.
How do I enter?
You need to be aged between 16 and 25, a mature full-time student, or currently have a 16-25 Railcard.
To apply, you'll need to create a 60-second video clip about your last trip, and publish it so you can include a link to it on the 16-25 Railcard site.
As part of the application you'll also need to say why you deserve to win in no more than 140 characters.
For inspiration, you can see the entry from the previous competition winner here.