Last Chance to Win Big During bet365 Poker's Mission Month
Thousands of players have been padding their bankrolls all month long in January at bet365 Poker during Mission Month, where over €100,000 cash and tournament tickets are awarded.
If you haven't yet grabbed your share of the booty during Mission Month, you can still get involved; there is still one week left in this amazing promotion.
Mission Month features both Daily and Weekly Missions. Each day from Jan. 23 to 29, you can complete both a Daily Low Mission and a Daily High Mission. This week's Daily Low Mission is to see five flops while playing six-plus hold'em. Complete this easy mission and you will be awarded to a ticket to a Mission Month €1,000 Freeroll running every day at 7 p.m. GMT.
This week's Daily High Mission is four-times as difficult as the other daily mission, but still very simple to complete. All you need to do is see 20 flops while playing six-plus hold'em to be awarded a Premium Step 3 ticket valued at €2.50.
The Weekly Missions this week are also very easy and can potentially reward you even more. Weekly Mission One is simply depositing at least €20 and playing three hands of six-plus hold'em, while Weekly Mission Two is to see 20 flops in six-plus hold'em on two separate days.
If you complete either mission, you will win a ticket to the Mission Month €20,000 Freeroll on Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. GMT. If you complete both, you will receive two tickets for this multi-entry event, which will increase your odds of winning.
Need an Account?
Obviously, you’ll need a bet365 account in order to try to win big in the Mission Month promotion. Thankfully, PokerNews has your back. Download bet365 via PokerNews, make a deposit using our special bonus code “PNEWS” and your first deposit is matched 100 percent up to €100.
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