888 Poker Offer & WSOP Promos Packages

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
May/24/2017

All the poker fans around the globe are gearing up for the 2017 World Series of Poker at Las Vegas. The exciting yet competitive tournament will offer you an opportunity to test your poker prowess among top players from different regions. In addition to that, you stand a chance of winning massive prices besides the prestigious title of world poker champion.

Do you have the tickets for this fantastic tournament though? If you don’t, here is some great news for you. 888 poker is giving away 50 exclusive packages to the 2017 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. 888 poker platform offers you an opportunity to reach the main event as well as their lucrative Eights Bracelet Event. You can click here to check out the poker offer and bonuses from their site.

To scoop these prizes, poker players are expected to engage in a daily challenge which is available in the 888 poker lobby. Once you have completed the challenge, you are provided with an opportunity to spin the Vegas Roller. You will receive the invite via mail, or it will pop up on your dashboard.

Each spin has a price attached to it starting from $12,500 first prize package to Vegas. You’ll like the fact that it is possible to accomplish each challenge up to 10 times every day to win more spins in the Vegas Roller. A point to note is that you can only access the Vegas Roller Daily Challenges if you have registered and deposited once or multiple times via the 888 poker cashier.

The prizes to be won per spin vary. There is the $12,500 World Series of Poker main event poker offer. It contains up to 5 packages with each including $10,000 buy-ins and flight bonus to Vegas. Also, you will be housed at the Vdara Hotel for five nights.

The next offer is the $3,000 ‘Crazy Eights’ package event. It contains 45 packages with $888 worth of buy-in and a flight to Vegas. Also, you get a three-night accommodation at the Rio Hotel Plus. Besides that, you stand a chance to win $888,888 initial prize at the tournament.

The $8,000 Crazy Eights Package Tournament ticket is also another prize in the draw. Every tournament in this promotion offers $3,000 packages to the 888poker’s ‘Crazy Eights’ World Series of Poker 2017. Gamers also have a chance to win $2,000 in hard cash from the tournament.

The final prize is the $3,000 Vegas Rush Tournament ticket. Here, gamers get a chance to win a share of the cash. Additionally, the top 200 poker gamers get to join the $8,000 Crazy Eights Package Tournament.

Therefore, login to your account and fight your way to the WSOP 2017 at Vegas where you will have the opportunity to win millions and prestigious poker titles.

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