EPIC VALUE - Half Price on Two Major 888poker Tournament Buy-ins Thanks to Sunday Sale
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Well, if you needed anymore encouragement to download 888poker then their upcoming Sunday Sale, on September 18, should do the trick. Two of the biggest Sunday tournaments on the platform have had their buy-ins slashed by 50%, with the same massive guarantees still up for grabs.
$100k GTD Sunday Sale Main Event
The Main Event's $100,000 guarantee is the biggest event for 888poker's Sunday offering and usually comes with a $109 buy-in. This weekend sees the entry fee heavily discounted to just $55. 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 7 p.m. GMT this Sunday.
$40k GTD Sunday Sale High Roller
Playing in high roller poker tournaments is something that many players aspire too, and the $40,000 guaranteed Sunday High Roller on 888poker would normally be out of limits for many players due to the $525 entry fee. However, this Sunday sees the barrier dropped to $265, allowing a host more player types to get in on the fun.
Like the Main Event, blinds for the event will increase every 12 minutes however players a given a 10,000 stack instead (166.7 big blinds). The Sunday Sale High Roller also kicks off 30 minutes later, getting underway at 7:30 p.m. GMT.
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.
Download 888poker for an $88 Welcome Bonus
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.
Calum has been a part of the PokerNews team since September 2021 after working in the UK energy sector. He played his first hand of poker in 2017 and immediately fell in love with the game. Calum's proudest poker achievement is winning the only tournament he has ever played in Las Vegas, the prestigious $60 Flamingo evening event.