Don't Miss Your Chance to Grab a Free $20

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  • Discover how you could be adding a free $20 to your poker bankroll.

  • Add these freebies up and you could be boosting your bankroll by a massive $996.

For a limited time only, 888poker wants to give PokerNews readers a free $20 so they can join the thousands of poker players who have made the site their home for all matters poker.

Up to and through March 31, when you download 888poker via PokerNews and make a deposit of only $10 using the bonus code “POKERNEWS10,” 888poker will add a free $20 to your account, which gives you $30 to play with straight away.

This free $20 offer can be used in conjunction with the free $88 that new 888poker players receive just for creating an account. Once you have downloaded the excellent 888poker software, entered a few personal details and registered your alias, 888poker awards you with $2 in cash and $6 in tournament tickets.

Then, each time you earn 250 points by playing real money cash games and tournaments, you receive an additional $2 in cash and $6 in tournament tickets until you have received a free $88.

Please note: This offer is a free £20 to residents of the U.K. and is made up of $1 immediate bonus and $31 in tournament tickets granted throughout the seven days after the bonus is claimed.

As if a free $88 and a free $20 were not enough to have you clambering for your keyboard and mouse, when you come to make your next deposit at 888poker, your deposit is matched 100 percent up to a maximum of $888. Add these freebies up and you’ll discover that you could be boosting your bankroll by a massive $996 total.

Download 888poker today and kickstart your poker career with a slew of bonuses and free cash.

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