Free $50 Tournament Buy-In Credit
Book Your Spot On Card Player Cruises Now
As a poker fan, you probably already know that one of the most exciting stops on the Card Player Poker Tour is aboard the world’s largest cruise ship next April, and will feature a $1,100 main event which will be filmed for online broadcast.
But, did you know that if you sign-up now for this exciting cruise, you will receive a $50 per person tournament buy-in credit? That’s right! Book and deposit before December 1, 2012, and receive $50 which you can use to buy into any poker tournament on board. If your plans end up changing, your deposit is fully refundable until January 25, 2013.
Packages start at about $139 per day, with food and drink included! Book now to get your free $50 tournament buy-in credit!
You can reach Card Player Cruises by calling 1-888-999-4880 or 702-655-0191.
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