WSOP wants to send you to the Super Bowl.
The World Series of Poker is kicking off a huge giveaway this winter. This special event will be eligible for players located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Michigan.
The “Super Bowl LVI Giveaway” promotion runs until Jan. 9, 2022 and features multiple giveaways. Players can hit the felt each week and play Blast tournaments to get a seat in the drawing.
“This is on my bucket list and if I can do it playing poker, well even better,” says Mike Bickford, a poker player from Delran, NJ. “I would love to be able to win a seat to the Super Bowl.”
Many players in PA and NJ feel the same.
How to Qualify for Super Bowl ticket entries at WSOP PA
Players can qualify weekly at WSOP.com PA. To get in on the action, simply go to the site and do the following:
- Going to the promotions page and click Opt-In
- Play at least 10 Blast Games during the week to get 7 entries
- Each week you can earn more entries
The drawing will take place on Jan 11 at 1 p.m. EST.
Super Bowl Blast prizes
WSOP.com will be giving away tons of gridiron goodies. Prizes include:
- Grand Prize – Two tickets to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles plus $3,000 travel money
- $500 NflShop.com gift card (1)
- $150 NflShop.com gift cards (5)
- $50 NflShop.com gift cards (15)
What are Blast Tournaments at WSOP.com?
Blast tournaments are mini tournaments allowing players a chance to win up to 10,000 times their buy-in in just a few minutes. These are quick tournaments starting at $1 that provide some tournament fun without taking up the whole day.
According to WSOP.com, here’s how it works:
- Players sit down at a four-handed Super-turbo Texas Hold’em Sit & Go.
- Once the tournament begins, a drawing takes place to determine the prize pool multiplier, which could be between two and 10,000 times the buy-in, and the tournament blinds.
- Once the game begins, the BLAST timer starts the countdown. The higher the prize pool multiplier, the longer the time you play.
- When the BLAST timer runs out, the action takes over and all players automatically go all-in until there’s a single winner remaining.
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