The Next $3,000 PokerStars Freeroll Runs on Feb. 25

PokerStars $3,000 freerolls

PokerNews readers can play in a $3,000 freeroll at PokerStars every other week with the next value-packed tournament scheduled to shuffle up and deal at 8:05 p.m. GMT on Feb. 25.

The PokerNews $3,000 Bi-Weekly freerolls are only open to PokerStars players who created their accounts via PokerNews links, who entered our marketing codes when creating their account, and who made their first deposit between 2016 and right now. If this describes you, you can get involved in this fantastic promotion and play for a share of $3,000 on alternate weeks.

Feb. 25 at 8:05 p.m. GMT is the date and time you need to keep free if you are eligible to play in the PokerNews $3,000 Bi-Weekly freerolls because that is when the next tournament takes place. You will sit down on nine-handed tables, play no-limit hold’em with 3,000 starting stacks and play to a blind structure that increases every 10 minutes and starts as low as 25/50/6a.

At time of writing there are only 125 players registered for the Feb. 25 freeroll, which gives you a great opportunity to win some cash and give your bankroll a vital boost.

  • When: Feb. 25 at 8:05 p.m. GMT
  • Tournament ID: 2194451521
  • Buy-in: Free
  • Prize pool: $3,000

If you are eligible for the $3,000 freeroll on Feb. 25, you will also have access to every $3,000 freeroll scheduled until the end of the year:

  • Jan. 28
  • Feb. 11
  • Feb. 25
  • Mar. 11
  • Mar. 25
  • Apr. 8
  • Apr. 22
  • May. 13
  • May. 27
  • Jun. 10
  • Jun. 24
  • TBA

If you already have a PokerStars account created via PokerNews links and you made your first deposit during 2016, 2017 or 2018, the PokerStars support team will credit your account with a ticket for each bi-weekly freeroll during the week before each freeroll.

Those of you who do not already have a PokerStars account, follow these simple steps and you will be up and running in next to no time.

All you need to do then is keep every alternate Sunday free so you can play for a share of $3,000 each time.

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