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  • 888poker is giving PokerNews readers a free $10 on top of all other welcome bonuses.

Are you ready to join the thousands of poker players who regularly play at 888poker? If so, keep on reading this article because PokerNews has a fantastic welcome offer for new 888poker players, but you need to hurry because the offer ends on July 31.

Thanks to the excellent relationship 888poker and PokerNews enjoys, we can bring you a welcome offer that is unrivaled in the industry; we’re talking about free cash in your 888poker account. All you need to do in order to get your hands on this special welcome package is follow the simple steps below and you’ll be ready to go in no time.

Firstly, this offer is only open to players who are new to 888poker. If you do not have an 888poker account, download the 888poker software via PokerNews and create your new 888poker account. Once you have created your alias, 888poker will reward you with a free $88 (free £20 in the United Kingdom) worth of cash and tournament tickets as a thank you.

Then all you need to do is make a deposit of $10 using the bonus code “PNWSOP10” and you’ll receive $10 for free. Those of you who call Germany, Canada or the Netherlands home can deposit $10 using the promotional code “PNWSOP20” for a free $20 into your 888poker account.

What’s more, despite this special offer, PokerNews readers will also receive a 100 percent up to $888 bonus on their next deposit. This is more than twice the size of the bonus currently offered for signing up to 888poker directly, showing it pays to us PokerNews’ links when creating new online poker accounts.

Download 888poker today and join thousands of others in exciting and fast-paced cash games, and in some of the best value poker tournaments you will find anywhere in the online poker world.

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