Get free €10 for registration at 2020 pleases its new players by giving free €10 for registration. The offer is really attractive since there is no need to make a deposit to get the bonus. This €10 for free play will be issued in the form of tournament tickets worth €1 each.

How to get €10 for free play?

In order to get free €10, one has to follow a few simple steps below:

  1. Create an account at on the official website or through the game client.
  2. Then, go to the task section of the client, which is called "Challenges Window", and opt-in to the promotion.  
  3. Fulfill the Real Money Form to validate your account. Each new player is required to complete this step as part of the verification procedure.

Free tournament tickets

In total, the newcomers will get 10 tournament tickets for €1 (each) through the Chests:

  • 2 tickets for completing the Real Money Form.
  • 3 tournament tickets for validating account.
  • 2 tickets will be issued one day after the account is successfully validated.
  • 3 tickets will be issued two days after the poker room validates your game account.

You can use your free tickets for taking part in poker tournaments at of the following formats: fast, MTT, Sit & Go, as well as 3-max Spin & Go. Buy-in of the chosen tournament must be equal €1.

The players are given 7 days to use the free tournament tickets (from the date of the receipt).

Important details

  1. This promotion runs at from February 17 to May 17, 2020.
  2. The offer is only valid for Spain residents who earlier didn’t register an account at any of the PokerStars' platforms.
  3. Unless a player uses the free tickets within the stated period, they will be void. It’s impossible to transfer the tickets to another user or exchange them.
  4. Note that all 10 tickets may be only used for playing tournaments with €1 buy-in.
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I’ve been working in the Cardmates team since 2018. Started playing poker the same way most people usually do – socially, with friends and fellow students. I adored those exciting poker nights but never thought my life would be connected with this game, even tangentially.
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