Sunday Sale Returns to 888poker This Weekend
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If you like value then make sure you check out 888poker this Sunday for the return of the Sunday Sale.
You can buy into all of your favourite 888poker tournaments for half price, with some massive guarantees still up for grabs.
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$25k GTD Sunday Sale Big Shot
The Big Shot gets underway at 17:00 GMT on Sunday, May 23 with a buy-in for $27.50 (reduced from $55. The $25,000 guaranteed tournament comes with 12 minute blinds and 10,000 starting chips.
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$150k GTD Sunday Sale Main Event
The Main Event is the biggest tournament of the weekend with a $150,000 prize pool guaranteed. The buy-in was $109 but that has been slashed in half to just $55. Again, the blinds are 12 minutes but this time players receive 15,000 in starting chips - that's 250 big blinds!
The Main Event kicks off at 18:00 GMT this Sunday.
$50k GTD Sunday Sale High Roller
The High Roller starts at 18:30 GMT on Sunday evening with a $50,000 guarantee. The tournament usually has a $525 buy-in, but that's been reduced to $265 thanks to the Sunday Sale.
888poker Sunday Sale Satellites
There are plenty of satellites in the 888poker client so that you can win your way into the Sunday Sale for even less.
In order to play in the Sunday Sale tournaments, you'll need an account with 888poker. If you don’t have an account simply download 888poker through PokerNews and you will be awarded an $88 bonus (£20 in the UK) without making a deposit.
Once you are ready to make your first deposit, it will be matched in the form of a bonus of up to $888, or more than twice as much advertised on the site.
Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, and then studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He previously worked as a freelance live reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.