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Are You Ready to Play for a Share of $2,500 for Free?

  • Discover how you can play for a share of a guaranteed $2,500 for free thanks to PokerNews and PokerStars.

How does playing for a share of a guaranteed $2,500 for free sound to you? We’d bet it sounds like music to your ears, right? Well, thanks to PokerNews and PokerStars, you could be doing exactly that — playing for a share of $2,500 cash for absolutely free.

At 3:05 p.m. ET on Nov. 5, there is a PokerNews-exclusive freeroll taking place at the world’s largest online poker site, PokerStars. Called the PokerNews Depositors Freeroll $2,500, this tournament is completely free to enter so long as you meet the following qualifying criteria:

  • You have downloaded PokerStars via PokerNews links
  • You have entered the marketing code “PNEWS” when creating your PokerStars account
  • You made your first deposit at PokerStars during 2016 or 2017

If the above three points describe you, you can play in the PokerNews Depositors Freeroll $2,500 for free! If you miss out on the Nov. 5 tournament, fear not because there is another $2,500 freeroll to get involved in on Dec. 10.

What’s more, if you are yet to make your first deposit, do so with the bonus code “STARS600” and PokerStars will match your first three deposits up to a combined maximum of $600 in the form of a bonus.

Before you head off to make your first deposit, or to register for this $2,500 freeroll, let us tell you about another $2,500 freeroll you can play in.

Once you have made your first deposit at PokerStars, you’ll gain access to the PokerNews Freebuy 2nd Chance tournament, which only costs a single StarsCoin to enter. For more details on this exciting tournament, head to the official landing page.

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