Sky Poker 5th Birthday Bonus
Established on the 6th February 2007, acclaimed online poker room Sky Poker turn 5 years old today! In order to celebrate 5 years of online poker, the poker experts are offering customers a huge array of rewards in the form of jackpots, giveaways and big bonuses.
GBP 5,000 Jackpot Boost
Sky Poker will add GBP 5,000 to the Jackpot this week, which is in addition to the promotion that runs each day. The Jackpot prize is for anyone who wins the Sky Poker Main Event at 8pm and the Mini Main Event at 8:15pm on the same night. With every week that goes by without a Jackpot winner, Sky Poker is adding GBP 100 to the Jackpot pool.
On top of this, each of the main poker event winners this week, of which there will be five, will receive an iPad. Another iPad will be given away every day in a prize draw format; in order to qualify players must earn 55 poker points that day.
Five Happy Hours each day
To help acquire the Poker Points necessary to take part in the other great giveaways, the online poker room is running a Happy Hour Points Boost at 10am, 1pm, 4pm, 6pm, 11pm every day of the week. Points earned within the Happy Hour receive a 50% bonus. The stakes up are upped at 5:55pm; for five minutes, any points earned are multiplied by five.
GBP 1,000 Freerolls
Players can enter the GBP 1000 Freerolls Monday through Saturday. The Freerolls start at 5:55:55pm each day. The second Freeroll will take place on Saturday 11th of February, and costs 55 Sky Poker Points to enter.
Channel 865 Giveaways
There are also a number of prizes to give away on Sky Poker’s television channel, including seats to the Sky Poker Tour in Glasgow and Brighton on 10th March.
About Sky Poker
Sky Poker is the British Sky Broadcasting’s online poker division, which allows users to play poker online on their website and screens selected hands from various tournaments and cash games on Sky Poker TV, allowing players on the site to become the stars of the TV channel. Sky Poker focuses on UK poker players, with all play at the tables in pounds rather than dollars, as well as its own Sky Poker Tour around the country.