The NFL Poker Pass is a promotion that online sportsbook Bovada are running – although the promotion is primarily for online poker players.
With Super Bowl XLVII coming up in February 2013, Bovada are offering the chance for you to go there, with their NFL Poker Pass promotion.
The actual grand prize that you can win is worth $15,000 in value.
You get the following:
- 2 Superbowl Tickets
- Flight and hotel accomodations paid for
- $1k in spending money
All of the details, terms and conditions etc are available at Bovada.
Only Americans are eligible for this promotion.
In short – register at Bovada.
Next, you need to bet on the NFL. If you bet $25-$49 you will get a free entry to a freeroll. This freeroll is worth $2500. This is a weekly occurence.
If you bet $50 or more, you then get access to a $5,000 freeroll. Again, this is weekly.
The freerolls take place every Wednesday, and you can only participate in one.
If you win the $2500 freeroll, or if you win or come second in the $5000 freeroll then you’re invited to play the final tournament which will take place early 2013. This final tournament is where the winner will win this awesome Superbowl package – aka the NFL Poker Pass.
You can also choose the cash alternative instead of the whole Superbowl package if you wish.
And that’s pretty much it – a really sweet offer by Bovada. I mean even if you don’t win – you still have the freeroll entries. From watching them the past couple of weeks too, the games are very soft and the traffic is low. Play relatively tight in these NFL Poker Pass freerolls and you should be able to at least make some cash.
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Additional NFL Poker Pass Questions:
Is the NFL Poker Pass available at Bodog?
No. The NFL Poker Pass promotion is available only at Bovada, which is exclusive to Americans.
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