Free Tickets to See Toronto Maple Leafs

Toronto Maple Leafs

Not too long ago we published an article that offered eight compelling reasons why poker might be a better game than hockey. If you missed it, you can read about it here. But we know Canadians love hockey and we don’t intend to make you take a side. You can have poker and hockey!

PokerStars is currently offering a promotion to their Canadian players to win tickets to see the Toronto Maple Leafs. Every two weeks, from October 11th until March 28th, there are tournaments running with Maple Leafs tickets awarded to the top finisher. They will receive two tickets for front row platinum seats at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto for one of their upcoming home games.

These are freeroll tournaments which you can gain entry to by playing one of the daily freeroll qualifiers. Every single day there is a free tournament for Canadian players which awards tickets to the bi-weekly finals for the top finishers. They can be found in the PokerStars lobby by opening the Regional tab under Tournaments. More details about the promotion can be found here.

If you do not have a PokerStars account yet, this is a great time to join. Besides the free hockey tickets up for grabs, PokerNews Canada offers the best promotions you will find anywhere. When you sign up for a new PokerStars account with the bonus code STARS600 and marketing code CANADIANPNEWS, you will receive a 100% deposit bonus up to $600 and receive tickets to an entire month of $1,000 freerolls, four times a day. That’s 124 freerolls! Or use the bonus code FREE30 and receive a free $30 after depositing your first $15.

PokerStars is the largest poker site in the world and runs many high-value events throughout the year like the WCOOP, the MicroMillions, the SCOOP, and others. With a wide range of games and stakes with thousands of players available to play against, there is always a table ready for you.

Make sure to use the PokerNews Canada download links for our exclusive offers. We offer top value to new members of PokerStars. Visit our review page for all the information you need to get started.

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