Come and Play in a $3,000 Freeroll at PokerStars on April 8
These PokerNews-exclusive freerolls are not to be missed because they are a great way to boost your poker bankroll. As the freerolls are restricted to a select group of players, more on that shortly, the number of entrants is far fewer than what you would usually see in a similarly-sized freeroll.
A couple of weeks ago, 428 players participated in the $3,000 freeroll and the winner walked away with a cool $562.50, which is quite substantial considering the tournament cost precisely nothing to enter.
As mentioned, the PokerNews Bi-weekly $3,000 freerolls have their entry restricted. If you created your PokerStars account via PokerNews’ links, used our marketing codes when creating your account and have made your first deposit during 2016, 2017 or 2018, you can head to the PokerStars lobby and register for the next freeroll, which takes place at 09:05 p.m. CET on April 8.
If you don’t yet have a PokerStars account, follow the simple steps below and you’ll be up and running in next to no time.
- Click here to open PokerStars in a new tab
- Sign up for a free account
- Enter the marketing code "PNEWS"
- Use the code "STARS600" at your first deposit
- Register for the event once your ticket is credited
Once you are registered for the freeroll, you will play on nine-handed tables and sit down with 3,000 chips. The blinds increase every 10 minutes, which gives you ample opportunity to build your stack by playing poker; these are not all-in fests by any stretch of the imagination.
What’s more, if you’re eligible for the $3,000 freeroll on Apr. 8, you can play in all future freerolls in this promotion and the promotion is running through to the end of the year, so you can see there is a ton of value to be had. Good luck at the tables.
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