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Get a 50% Discount on William Hill's $200k Sunday Blast

Get a 50% Discount on William Hill's $200k Sunday Blast 0001

Download William Hill Poker and you can play in the Sunday Blast $200,000 Guaranteed for half price!

If you like discounts — and who doesn’t — then you’re going to love William Hill Poker’s summer of value, which will feature three half-priced Sunday Blast $200,000 Guaranteed tournaments. As you know, William Hill hosts a $200+$15 $200K Guarantee event every Sunday, but now you have the chance to get in for just $100+$9, and the guarantee stays the same!

Here are the dates for the half-priced Sunday Blasts:

DateTime (GMT)Entry Fee
April 116:00 GMT$100+$9
June 316:00 GMT$100+$9
July 116:00 GMT$100+$9

If you’d like to get into the tournament for even cheaper, satellites began running on March 5. They provide players the opportunity to earn a ticket at no cost. In addition, players can earn their way into the half-priced Sunday Blast $200,000 Guaranteed simply by earning enough WHPoints in three separate four-week qualifying periods:

  • Qualification Period 1: March 1-March 28
  • Qualification Period 2: Mat 1-May 28
  • Qualification Period 3: June 1-June 28

If you earn 350 WHPoints per month in any of these qualifying periods, you’ll earn an entry into a freeroll that will award 20 Sunday Blast tokens (which will take place at 20:00 GMT on Friday, March 20; Wednesday, May 30; and Saturday, June 30); furthermore, if you earn 35,000 WHPoints per month during the qualifying periods, you’ll earn a Sunday Blast token, which is an automatic entry into the event.

Also, if you download William Hill Poker through PokerNews and use Bonus Code "NEWSCOM," you can receive a 200% deposit bonus up to $2,000.

If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.

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