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Meet the Young and Restless actors for a tour.

Soaps.com is excited to share that both Young and the Restless’ Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) and Kate Linder (Esther Valentine) are currently featured in the new Hollywood Auction promotion from Charitybuzz, with experiences that include Young and the Restless set visits.

Up for auction until March 14 is an opportunity to meet Young and the Restless’ Eric Braeden for a private lunch, take a tour of the show’s set at CBS studios, and receive a signed copy of Braeden’s memoir, I’ll Be Damned. The estimated value of the experience is $3000, and the winner will be allowed to include one guest. The experience will take place between December 20 – 31, 2019 and will be 1 – 2 hours in duration. The winner will be able to take a photo, as well as one small item to be signed. While the cost of the meal is included, alcoholic beverages and gratuities are not. Funds raised will benefit Westland School, a charity that helps children become responsible participants in the community and encourages them to reach their full potential. Those interested can place bids through Braeden’s Charitybuzz page.

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Also offered as part of the Hollywood Auction is a chance to meet Young and the Restless’ Kate Linder and join her for a tour of the soap opera’s set. The winner will receive an exclusive behind the scenes set tour with the actress valued at $5000, which includes a guest, a photo, and also the opportunity to take something small to be signed. Participants must be age 18 or over for the experience, which is expected to last one hour or more, with dates to be arranged with the show. There is no meal or travel costs included, and funds raised will benefit the Television Academy Foundation, which is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of television while educating and inspiring the future generation. The current bid is at $1000 and the chance to win expires on March 6. Those interested can place a bid through Linder’s Charitybuzz page.