Limited Time Offer: Claim Up to $100 in Tournament Dollars at partypoker

Free T$ at partypoker

Have you been considering creating a partypoker account but have not got around to doing so yet? If the answer is yes, now is the perfect time to become a partypoker customer because they are offering PokerNews readers a special offer that is dripping with value.

For a limited time only, all new depositing partypoker players who create their accounts via PokerNews will not only receive a welcome bonus of up to $500, they will also bag themselves between $10 and $100 tournament dollars.

Tournament dollars (T$), as the name suggests, can be used to enter any online poker tournament that partypoker hosts. This means you could turn your free tournament dollars into a much more substantial amount if you run well in the tournaments you enter with T$ partypoker gives you.

  • Download partypoker via PokerNews
  • Create your free partypoker account
  • Make a deposit of at least $50 using the bonus code “PNCOM”

You must make your first deposit at partypoker at least $50 to receive some free tournament dollars. Deposit at least $50 and you will receive the following:

Deposit amountTournament Dollars
$50 to $99T$10

The tournament dollars will be credited to your account within 48 hours of you making a deposit, but this offer ends on July 8 so you need to hurry or you will miss out.

partypoker also rewards you with a 100 percent matched up to $500 bonus on your first deposit. Deposit $100 and a $100 bonus, plus T$20 is all yours. Make your initial deposit $500 and you will receive a $500 bonus plus T$100.

This welcome bonus is released into your partypoker account balance in 10 equal-sized chunks. You must earn 12 times the bonus in points, with points awarded at a rate of one point per $1 you contribute to cash game rake or pay in tournament fees. Any uncleared bonus in your account after 90 days is forfeited.

Do not miss out on this value-packed offer. Follow the steps below before July 8, give your bankroll a boost and get your hands on up to T$100.

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