There are many reasons players enjoy freerolls including being able to test out new things on the felt, have fun and, of course, grab some money for free.
The first two reasons are present in just about every freeroll, however, grabbing money for free can prove to be a daunting task since most of these freerolls have thousands if not tens of thousands of players to navigate through.
We have the solution to this problem. On March 5 at 3:05 p.m. ET, PokerNews is hosting the next $2,500 PokerNews Depositors Freeroll at PokerStars. This freeroll not only awards a generous $2,500 prize pool to be shared among any player that cashes, but also shouldn't have a huge field.
This freeroll is only open to a very select group of players that have created their PokerStars account through PokerNews and have made their first deposits in 2016 or 2017.
Another benefit to this freeroll compared to others is the great structure. Players start off with 3,000 chips and blinds escalate every 10 minutes.
It's Not Too Late to Earn Your Ticket
If you haven't already met the easy requirements to play in this tournament, it's not too late to grab a ticket.
Simply download PokerStars via PokerNews, enter the marketing code "PNEWS" upon creating your account and provide the bonus code "STARS600" when you’re making your first deposit. Following these easy steps will not only make you eligible to play in our March 5 freeroll, but you will receive a huge 100 percent deposit bonus good on your first three deposits up to $600 total.
By following these simple steps, not only will you qualify for this Sunday's tournament, but you will also qualify for nine more similar tournaments throughout the year.
Sunday will be here before you know it. Sign up to PokerStars today and get ready to play for a share of big money in our $2,500 PokerNews Depositors Freeroll on March 5.
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