Your Last Chance to Win Free Money at Full Tilt and PokerStars
When you hear the word free, it’s usually wrapped around marketing gimmicks and petty free gifts to draw your attention and get you hooked. These less-than-stellar free offerings could be any number of things: spin a wheel to get a sticker, fill out a form with your information for a chance to win a trip, line up for hours only to get a branded logo t-shirt — you see where this is going, right?
Most of the free offerings are rarely worth making the effort and time to get there and collect.
We want to tell you about a free offer! It takes a little effort but there’s much more than a key chain or a free spin at the end.
This free offer is filled with free money and the beautiful part of it is it’s waiting at Full Tilt and PokerStars and you don't have to leave home, or stand in line, or open a mystery envelope to see if you really did win something of value.
You get to use your poker skill to play in two freerolls that have a combined prize pool of $7,500! Yuppers, that's real cash!
PokerNews has two exclusive freeroll tournaments coming up on August 7, one is hosted by PokerStars with a $2,500 prize pool and the other at Full Tilt with a $5,000 prize pool. Be sure to treat yourself to both freerolls and play your best game to collect real cash money.
Only a Few Hours Left to Qualify!
In order to take a seat in one — or both — you must qualify. That makes these freerolls even more lucrative because only players that qualify are allowed to take a seat and that means you will be playing against a much smaller field which gives you a better chance of finishing in the money.
Qualifying varies. New players that are signing up through our links take a different route to get a ticket to the freerolls than a previously referred PokerNews' player takes. Keep reading and you'll discover how easy it is to qualify.
PokerNews-exclusive Full Tilt $5,000 Freeroll:
You can find the $5,000 freeroll at Full Tilt in the Full Tilt lobby under the following:
- Tournament Name:PokerNews $5K Freeroll
- Tournament ID: 293771817
- Date: August 7, 2015
- Time: 14:00 ET (19:00 GMT / 20:00 CET)
- Qualification: New depositors & PokerNews-linked players that earn 200 FTPs in July
If you previously downloaded Full Tilt through our links, jump in your favourite cash games, tournaments, and sit-and-gos and generate 200 FTPs between July 1-31 to earn your tournament ticket to the freeroll. Earning 200 FTPs is about $20 in raked play.
If you are a new player at Full Tilt, download Full Tilt through PokerNews Canada and make a deposit before July 31; this will give you one tournament ticket!
PokerNews-exclusive PokerStars $2,500 Freeroll:
Open the PokerStars lobby and look under the following for tournament information:
- Tournament Name:PokerNews $2.5K Freeroll
- Tournament ID: 1250497342
- Date: August 7, 2015
- Time: 14:00 EST
- Qualification: New depositors & PokerNews-linked players that earn 100 VPPs in July
All PokerNews-referred players need to generate 100 VPPs before July 31 to receive the August 7 freeroll ticket.
Are you new to PokerStars? Then simply download PokerStars through PokerNews Canada and use our marketing code PNEWS4 and our STARS600 bonus code, and make a deposit between July 1 -31, 2015. While you're making your first deposit, consider the fact that the 100% up to $600 deposit bonus is a one-time offer and to make the most of it, deposit as much as possible.
If you have already joined PokerStars through our link, and made a deposit, you are tagged as our referred player and qualifying for the August freeroll requires that you generate 100 VPPs before July 31. Grind your favourite cash games and tournaments and earn your way in no time
You can find more information on the $2,500 PokerStars freeroll here.
While you've been reading all the vital information on how to get a seat in both of these great freerolls, you also must have spotted the date of July 31 jumping off the page at you.
There's not much time left to qualify and if you delay, you'll let the chance to win a piece of two massive freerolls slip right through the cracks.