Latest Poker Promotions
Paddy Power Poker - Cheap Seats
The Irish Open is just a month away and Paddy Power Poker wants to send you to the action for the low, low price of a €5 qualifier. All you need to do is play in the Daily Feeder games taking place every day at 7.30pm for a chance to get into a weekly final. Talk about value for money!
There will be a Cheap Seats Grand Final every Wednesday evening at 8.30pm from now until the start of the Irish Open, with the lucky winners jetting off to Dublin to take part in one of the most exciting poker tournaments in Europe. Paddy Power isn’t stopping there, though - an extra seat for the fun will be handed out for every €3,500 in the prize pool of a Cheap Seats Grand Final.
Visit Paddy Power Poker today to learn more and get involved in those satellites - you could be off to Dublin before you know it!
888Poker - Battle of Nations
888Poker is serving up a huge $800,000 prize pool in their Battle of Nations promotion in which players from countries around the world can lead their countries to glory by playing in poker tournaments from now until Sunday 3rd May. You can get started by finishing customised poker missions that will be sent to your inbox, but there’s an easy way to pick up a couple entries into the tournaments to get started.
If you’re already a member of 888Poker, you’ll receive two free entries to the $1,000 Free Tournament, while new players will get a free entry into the $20,000 Free Tournament in addition to the two free entries to the $1,000 games. Winners in the smaller tournament will receive a share of that cash as well as a ticket to the $20,000 game, where they can play with others from around the world.
Winners in the $20,000 Free Tournaments will share a prize pool of $15,000, with another $5,000 split evenly between members of the winning national team.
Sign up for 888Poker today or log into your account for the chance to duke it out with players across the globe!
Sky Poker - Viva Las Vegas
All throughout the month of March, Sky Poker is giving its players the chance to win some insanely generous holidays to Las Vegas! The fun starts on Sunday 1st March, so don't hesitate to get your Poker Points in order!
Each week, the games begin anew with the chance to battle it out for one of the coveted holiday packages. One prize will be won every week from a Cash League tournament, where you’ll earn as many Poker Points as possible to grab a place on the leaderboard. If you earn the most points per day, you’re off to Vegas, baby!
Another prize could be yours if you win one of the weekly Sit and Go tournaments. By playing in lots of S&G’s, you can earn more points and launch yourself to the top of the leaderboard, which will see you flying out to Vegas to take part in a massive No Limit Hold’Em tournament.
However, it gets better - if you end up coming in between 2nd and 100th place in each league’s weekly duel, you’ll automatically be entered into a special freeroll, held every Saturday from 14th March to 4th April, in which yet another holiday will be awarded to the lucky winner. There’s also a £5,000 prize pool available to players in each freeroll, so even if you don’t get to Vegas, you could still be rewarded for your efforts.
If you win one of the packages on offer, you’ll be treated like a king (or queen) and receive a package including:
- Seven nights’ accommodation in the five-star Palazzo Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip
- £1000 to use on your travel and any holiday expenses
- An $1111 buy-in to a Side Event Tournament of the WSOP
- A 4th of July party
If strolling around Sin City like a high roller sounds like a dream come true, get yourself over to Sky Poker now for the chance to win the trip of a lifetime!
Full Tilt Poker - Short Handed Happy Hour
Full Tilt Poker wants to reward players who drop into short handed ring games with a chance to earn double Full Tilt points. Simply have a look at the ‘Players’ column when you are in the lobby - if you spot a lemon slice, you know that that table could do with more players, so take a seat and double your points.
A table for six is short-handed if three or fewer players occupy it, it’s four or fewer for a table for eight and when the table is made for nine, then it will be short-handed if five or fewer players are currently duelling it out.
As if that wasn’t generous enough, you can earn triple Full Tilt points when you play on a short-handed table during a ring game Happy Hour. Full Tilt points can be exchanged in the Full Tilt store for tickets to ring games or into tournaments.
Head to Full Tilt Poker right now and see if you can bulk up a table or two - they’ll make it worth your while!