Your Ultimate Guide to the bet365 Poker Loyalty Club
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If you like to play poker and receive rewards for doing so, then look no further! The bet365 Loyalty Club gives back to players as they play, with bet365 players able to complete missions, move up Loyalty Steps and gain access to special Loyalty Tournaments to earn a share of over €5,000 every month!
What's more if you sign up for a bet365 Poker account through PokerNews, you will receive a €365 redeemable welcome bonus!
Like many poker Loyalty Clubs, in order to work your way through the tiers, you have to earn Status Points. Work on your poker skills and then start to earn Status Points at a rate of 10 for every €1 or £1 of attributed rake or tournament fees.
|Level||Status Points Required|
|Bronze||All new players start at this level|
|Silver||Earn 30 Status Points or more within a calendar month|
|Gold||Earn 200 Status Points or more within a calendar month|
|Platinum||Earn 800 Status Points or more within a calendar month|
|Diamond||Earn 15,000 Status Points or more within a calendar quarter|
As you work your way up the Tiers, you will be able to complete Loyalty Steps. Players are awarded bet365 Coins straight into their account. Each Step requires a certain number of Status Points for completion.
For example, in Bronze tier, Steps 1-15 require 2 Status Points, and players are rewarded with 1 bet365 Coin. In Silver tier, Steps require between 6 and 10 Status Points, with players receiving up to 11 bet365 Coins.
If you progress up to Diamond tier, players will instantly receive 2,500 bet365 Coins upon qualification and can earn up to 10,000 bet365 Coins for completing a single Loyalty Step.
Loyalty Missions are slightly different, with varying challenges including being dealt certain hole cards, cash in a specific tournament or even to see a flop. Here's how to enter Missions on the bet365 client.
- Download the bet365 Poker software through PokerNews
- Head to the Missions section.
- Press the Start button on your chosen mission.
- Your reward will be instantly added to your account following mission completion.
- You will then receive a brand new mission!
Players can use their bet365 Coins to purchase Twister Sit & Go Tournament tickets or bonus Euros for your account. If you reach Diamond or Platinum tier you can exchange bet365 Coins for cash game tickets!
Arguably one of the best ways to use your bet365 Coins is to enter one of the three Loyalty Tournaments in the client.
|Bronze Loyalty Tournament||Daily @ 19:00||20 bet365 Coins||€100|
|Silver Loyalty Tournament||Saturdays @ 19:30||100 bet365 Coins||€500|
|Mega Loyalty Tournament||Last Saturday of every month @ 20:00||1,000 bet365 Coins||€5,000|
Join The Fun at Bet365 Here
Download bet365 poker via PokerNews and help yourself to a special welcome bonus. All new bet365 players receive a fantastic welcome package that includes a €365 redeemable bonus.
This bonus is released into your bet365 account in €2.50 increments when you have earned the required Status Points. The first two €2.50 instalments are released when 25 and then 50 Status Points have been earned. The following 24 instalments are paid for each 100 Status Points accumulated. The remaining instalments are redeemed for every 250 Status Points earned.
Status Points are earned at a rate of 10 for every €1 or £1 of attributed rake or tournament fees. Any unredeemed bonus expires after 60-days.
New players also receive a €1 Twister ticket, a spin on the Welcome Prize Wheel, five entries to the €100 Bronze Loyalty tournaments and a week of daily renewable missions.
Open an account with bet365 Poker today and you’ll get a Welcome Package of up to €365, a Welcome Prize Wheel spin, €1 Twister ticket, five “€100 Bronze Loyalty” tournament tickets and access to daily Welcome Missions.
Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He started working for PokerNews as a freelance live reporter in 2015 and joined the full-time staff in 2019. 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.