Bovada Offers 10 Best Days of My Life Promotion
Players Eligible For Daily Prizes Including Mardi Gras and Super Bowl Tickets
This December, Bovada is celebrating its one year anniversary by rewarding their players with a special promotion called ‘The Best 10 Days of My Life’.
It’s going to be an action-packed ten days as Bovada launches its 10 Day anniversary celebration. Until December 13, Bovada will offer its players 10 days of giveaways to celebrate being the ultimate one-stop for all your gaming and entertainment needs.
Participate in the unique promotions throughout Bovada’s Anniversary Celebration to receive awesome giveaways and a chance to win the 10 day trip of a lifetime. Each day’s play will earn you one entry into the Grand Prize Draw and it could be you that walks away with a luxury vacation for two to the event of the year, Super Bowl XLVII in the Big Easy.
If you’d like to be in the running, but don’t have a Bovada account, click on the banner below. Card Player readers are eligible for a deposit bonus of 100 percent up to $1,000.
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