€20,000 Holiday Giveaway in May!

    • JoshLogan
      JoshLogan
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      Joined: 24.07.2013 Posts: 1,648



      Paddypowerpoker are giving away €20,000 in holidays and cash prizes across the month of May!
      Here’s how you can get your fill:

      Qualify for our daily single chip, all-in freerolls, which take place at 8pm (UK time) between Monday – Friday, each week, and where there’ll be €500 up for grabs;

      Play two freerolls in a week and you’re into our Sunday final, where there’ll be €4000 in holidays and cash prizes to be won!


      Daily Qualification

      In order to qualify for the daily freerolls you must earn 50 Power Points OR stake $35 on Casino side games in a single day. Once you meet these requirements, you will be automatically entered into the next day's freeroll:




      Sunday €4k Trips Ahoy Grand Final

      The only way to qualify for the grand final is to have qualified for 2 freerolls in the previous week. This is an invitational tournament so once you've played two freerolls in a week, you will be able to register for the Sunday Grand Finals:



      paddypowerpoker's terms and conditions apply to this promotion and may be changed at any time.



      If you do not have a paddypowerpoker account yet, take advantage of our first deposit bonus and click here to create one.
  • 3 replies
    • Lazza61
      Lazza61
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      Joined: 23.03.2011 Posts: 9,454
      Hmmm. I could do with a holiday. Somewhere nice and sunny :thinking:
    • Elendil0
      Elendil0
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      Joined: 05.10.2014 Posts: 11
      That 'holiday' is a '1k e voucher' and ppoker will not tell any player where that voucher could -be used . It might be for a weekend in Brighton ? You cant wait for your sunny 1k e voucher weekend in Brighton Lazza ?

      -They just omitted me out from 4 of those 'raffles' on account of 'you didnt earn points.' When i provide history/ evidence, they just cease communicating, then they dont speak English anymore.
    • Lazza61
      Lazza61
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      Joined: 23.03.2011 Posts: 9,454
      Hey Elendil0,

      I may pass on Brighton. We have a lot more sunnier Brightons out here in Australia. :f_p:

      Try to keep a dialogue going with their support. Remember to remain polite to support staff because they are not personally responsible for the problems. You don't want to give them a reason to 'stop communicating' or shuffle your request continually to the bottom of their list.

      Keep us updated

      Laz