Grab Some Free Cash in this $2,500 Freeroll

Grab Some Free Cash in this $2,500 Freeroll 0001

If you've been looking for a cash injection for your poker bankroll, PokerNews has an exclusive $2,500 freeroll coming up on October 9, 2015 at 2 p.m. ET at the world's largest online poker site, PokerStars. This freeroll is only available to players that signed up to PokerStars through our PokerNews link, so the field will be small and your chances of scooping up a good piece of the $2,500 prize pool are very good.

NEW: No VPPs or Deposit Required!

The only qualifier needed to play this massive bankroll builder is registering an account through our links and using our marketing codes. There are no deposit or VPP requirements or any other restriction that would keep you from taking a seat.

New Players:

Setting up an account with PokerStars and grabbing a seat in the freeroll is easy. Simply open a new (free) account using this link and our marketing code 'PNEWS4' and you are good to go!

As soon as you're ready to make a deposit, use the bonus code 'STARS600' to get a 100% match up to $600 first-deposit bonus, but you don't need to do this to access the freeroll.

Referred PokerNews Players:

If you are our referred player at PokerStars (you used our link and marketing code when you registered), relax, work on your tournament skills, and mark the date so you don't miss this super bankroll builder, because all you need to do is be at your computer and ready to play on the day of the tournament.

The $2,500 freeroll can be found in the PokerStars lobby under the following information:

  • Tournament ID: 1297859650
  • Name: PokerNews $2.5K PokerStars Freeroll
  • Date: October 9, 2015
  • Time: 14:00 ET

We’re set to give you the chance to add a nice chunk of cash to your PokerStars bankroll with this exceptional opportunity at the world's largest poker site. Don’t miss it!

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