Would you like a free $50 deposited into your account? Of course you do! PokerNetwork wants to boost your bankroll by simply signing up for either Poker770 or PartyPoker - or why not go for a full $100 and sign up to both?
To get a free $50 on PartyPoker, simply follow the steps highlighted below:
Once you have received a confirmation email, $20 will be placed in your PartyPoker account. You must earn at least 40 PartyPoints before you will be able to withdraw the free $20. If you do not earn 40 PartyPoints within 60 days, the initial $20, or whatever remains of it, will be forfeited.
PartyPoints are earned at a rate of two PartyPoints per $1 in rake or tournament fees, so earning 40 within 60 days should be a very easy task even for those of you who play at the micro-stakes.
Once 40 PartyPoints have been earned, a further $30 will be deposited into your account, bringing the total free cash amount to $50. You must then generate an additional 160 points before you can cash out any of the $30 and must do so within 120 days otherwise the $30, or the remainder of it will be forfeited.
As soon as your information is submitted and your account is verified, $25 will be released immediately into your account. From there, earn at least one Poker770 point within the first 60 days of receiving that bonus to lock up the money (if you don’t earn at least one point in that time frame, you’ll forfeit your right to the money). To release the other $25, you just need to earn 500 Poker770 points within the next 120 days. This is applicable to players in Andorra, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K.
For players residing in either Argentina, Belarus, Bolivia, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, India, Japan, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mexico, Montenegro, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, Uruguay or Venezuela, your free $50 will be split into three parts instead of two, but getting your hands on the free money is still very easy. Here's how your free money will be released:
Lynn Gilmartin offers a quick guide to the signup process:
To withdraw any of the cash, you just need to generate $50 in cash-game rake/tournament fees or by depositing $100 into your Poker770 account. Do either and then you can cash out your free $50; moreover, you can withdraw any profits over the initial $50 any time you like.
If you’d rather have a generous first-deposit bonus, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll hook you up with one of the industry’s best bonuses.
Poker770 and PokerNews realize that not everyone will want a free $50 as they would rather have a more substantial first deposit bonus. If this is the case, simply create an account as usual but email email@example.com and they will allocate you a generous first deposit bonus.
This is a superb offer from PokerNetwork and Poker770 and we expect it to be very well received. Along with receiving a free $50 you will also be eligible for any future promotions that we run with Poker770 in the coming months and years. What are you waiting for? Download Poker770 today!
These special offers are only available to new PartyPoker and Poker770 customers who have yet to make a deposit onto either site. Make sure you enter the bonus code "network50" on Poker770 and "PNETWORK50" on PartyPoker.
If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.
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