It’s now been just over a year since PokerStars returned to the US online poker market.
After a 5-year exile after Black Friday, PokerStars re-launched in New Jersey last March to much fanfare and has slowly worked to build back a healthy in-state market.
Included in that rebirth has been the largest tournament series ever held in NJ – the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker (NJCOOP) – and the first-ever PokerStars Live Festival in Atlantic City.
To celebrate the 1-year anniversary of PokerStars’ return NJ players are now getting some enticing promotions to keep the momentum going including $50 in free play.
$30 Cash, $20 in Spin & Go Tickets
To start with, players who make their first deposit this month will automatically access $50 in free play for their budding bankrolls.
Deposit $20 or more with bonus code ‘FREE50’ and you’ll get a cash bonus of $30 plus $20 in Spin & Go tickets.
The first $15 will be credited to your account within 36 hours and the second $15 will be credited seven days after your first deposit.
PokerStars will email you after each credit is made to let you know. You’ll also get the following Spin & Go tickets:
Day 1: 3 x $1 Spin & Go tickets
Day 2: 1 x $2 Spin & Go ticket
Day 3: 1 x $5 Spin & Go ticket
Day 4: 1 x $10 Spin & Go ticket
If you’ve yet to play Spin & Gos, you’re pretty much guaranteed to enjoy them.
$5,000 Freeroll, 1M in Play Money
Another nice perk? New players are also give a free ticket to the $5,000 Depositor Freeroll which runs on the last Sunday of every month.
If you want to dabble in even more free poker before you get your feet wet at the real-money tables, you’ll also receive 1M in free Play Money chips!
The Freeroll ticket and Play Money chips are credited to your account instantly after making your deposit.
Need any more incentive? On April 2 the weekly Big Sunday tournament will boost its guarantee to $100,000.
Create a new PokerStars NJ account via our review page to access even more new player perks including a $600 sign-up bonus.
To play on PokerStars New Jersey you must be a resident of the state or physically inside the state boundary.