WSOP’s Online Poker Players Can Get Free Super Bowl Tickets

WSOP’s Online Poker Players Can Get Free Super Bowl Tickets

WSOP is offering a new $10,000 prize package for one lucky online poker player who could win 2 tickets to the 2020 Super Bowl. The offer will be available to poker players in New Jersey and Nevada.

NFL and Caesars come together

The new promotion on WSOP.com comes after a partnership promotion launched by NFL and Caesars Entertainment. Users can win by entering a raffle on WSOP.com. They can either enter the raffle by winning a sit n go tournament with at least a $1 buy-in or by making their first deposit with the code “MIAMI”. WSOP.com will also hold a $100,000 guaranteed tournament on Sunday.

WSOP’s Online Poker Players Can Get Free Super Bowl Tickets

The promotion will run till January 19, 2020, which gives every player some time to get a chance to enter the draw. The winner of the raffle will get a $10,000 Super Bowl package with two Super Bowl tickets alongside $3,000 for travel expenses. It will deposit the money in the user’s WSOP account. VP of corporate communications at WSOP, Seth Palansky said,

“There is so much going on in the Super Bowl host city the week of the event that the WSOP.com winner can truly make this a bigger trip and take advantage of the city of Miami and the many NFL-themed offerings taking place.”

A surprising event

The Super Bowl is expected to showcase the best football in the US and feature artists like Shakira and Jennifer Lopez during the halftime show. Caesars and NFL etched a partnership earlier this year when it became the official casino partner for the football event in January. However, this is the first time that the two are holding a promotional event together. The companies would like to monitor the success of this event. They may come up with new promotions in the future if this gets a good response from the users.

If the experiment is successful, the NFL may bring up some more new and exciting contests for WSOP online poker players and patrons at Caesars properties.

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