From Governors Ball to Lollapalooza, there’s at least one awesome music festival every weekend this summer. The catch: You’ll have to put down several paychecks if you want to catch even a couple shows. Add up all those fests in your head and you’ll be broke by the Fourth of July.

But here comes Live Nation Entertainment, the biggest concert promoter and ticket conglomerate in the world, to save the day. The company—which recently offered tickets to hundreds of huge shows for just $20—just unveiled an even better, way more lucrative promotion: Beginning today, you can snag a Festival Passport for $799 that grants you access to more than 90 of Live Nation’s international festivals, even if they’re sold out.

The list of participating festivals includes Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Electric Daisy Carnival, Reading and Leeds, Sasquatch, Voodoo and way more. A three-day pass for ACL in October, for example, will cost you $255, while four days at Bonnaroo in June runs a hefty $350 plus fees. (And we all know “plus fees” means “plus at least another $100 for some reason.”) If you’re a festival fiend with an open schedule this summer, you can save some serious dough by investing in the passport and crossing a dozen—or even a handful—of fests off your list.

The Passport is on sale here, but you’ll have to hurry: Live Nation is limiting the promotion to just 1,000 passports, which means you’ll need some fast fingers (and a little luck) if you want to take advantage of the deal.