Bauble Blast on PokerStars: a chance to win up to $20 000

Bauble Blast on PokerStars

PokerStars has introduced a new promotion called Bauble Blast. Play your favourite games and get cool prizes. The promo is running from December 1 through 24, and during the stated time you can win up to $20 000!

Complete certain tasks, blast baubles, and get rewards. The larger the bauble, the more chances to win a prize.

How to join the promotion

  1. Register with PokerStars if you don't have an account yet.
  2. Choose the Bauble Blast mission and opt-in to it.
  3. Play real money games in the room and monitor the progress bar.
  4. Blast the red bauble and you’ll be issued a ticket to the $50 000 PokerStars draw that takes place on January 5. For the blue, green, silver or gold bauble, you can win up to $20 000.

To be able to blast the baubles, you have to complete the following number of progress bars:

  • Small blue bauble: 2 progress bars.
  • Small green bauble: +2 progress bars, that is 4 in total.
  • Medium silver bauble: +3 progress bars, that is 7 in total.
  • Large gold bauble: +3 progress bars, that is 10 in total.

A player can unlock prizes inside the colourful baubles by completing a few progress bars. Watch your progress in the "Challenges" window.  To note, you can find your prizes in the "My Rewards" tab.

A full list of prizes can be found on the official website of PokerStars. Please note that you will receive the prize inside the red bauble with a 100% probability – we are talking about the entry to the $50 000 draw (on January 5).

Basic terms of the promotion

  • The promo is running until December 24.
  • One can win tournament tickets, free spins, StarsCoins, and other prizes within the promotional period.
  • The prizes won cannot be exchanged or returned.
  • Unopened prizes validity period: 14 days.
  • Once you open a prize, it becomes available in your personal account.

Would you like to join in the promotion? Login to the PokerStars client and get started. Good luck to everyone!

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