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Last chance to win a $7,000 package to Uruguay this Sunday!

Escape winter by winning your $5,500 Punta del Este prize package this Sunday

Did you take part in our first Punta del Este satellite to Uruguay last Sunday? If so, you might be one of the seven players who secured their $7,000 package to play in the $1 Million Enjoy Poker Series Main Event this October.

If you didn’t take part last weekend, don’t worry. We have the second Punta del Este satellite this Sunday, June 23rd at 6:05pm ET. This is once again our Beast Tournament which means you can buy-in directly for $95. However, lots of our players will get in for free by ranking on the weekly leaderboard.

We have another six full packages ($7,000 value each) guaranteed this Sunday and each includes 5-star accommodations at the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort and Casino. Here’s all it comes with:

  • Two $1,650 seats to the $1 Million Main Event
  • $1,500 for airfare
  • $500 in spending money
  • 10-night double-occupancy stay (August 2nd-12th)
  • Airport transfer
  • Breakfast each day

And while the Full Package portion of this promotion ends this Sunday, there is still another way to secure your seat in the $1 Million Main Event in Uruguay. We’re guaranteeing 10 Main Event entries only on Sunday, July 14th at 3:05pm ET. This is perfect for local players or anyone who just prefers to make their own travel arrangements. The buy-in for this satellite is $165 or you can qualify through $16.50 daily Super Satellites from July 12th to 14th.

For even more info on the Punta del Este satellites, visit the promotion page here.

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