Party Poker Bonus Code – 25SUPER
Party Poker Bonus – 100% up to $500
No US Players Allowed. The best option for Linux players who want to play at Party Poker is the no-download version of the software. The graphics are great, and everything looks/works like the regular download version. For non-US players, this is a great, and simple choice.
To play at PartyPoker on your Linux system:
1/ Write down Party Poker bonus code 25SUPER so you can get your bonus.
2/ Follow this link to the Party Poker Instant Play page. Then, click on the green button on the right side of the page that says ‘Instant Play’.
3/ Register your new account. After the Instant Play window opens you will see a button for registering your new account. Click on that button.
4/ Make your first deposit using a wide variety of deposit options available.
That’s it! Party Poker has made it one of the easiest poker sites for Linux users. The no download version works really well and gets few complaints. We wish all of the online poker rooms would have no-download versions of their software for Linux players…life would be easier for us.
Party Poker Bonus
Before going to Party Poker, write down bonus code 25SUPER. You will need to use this when you make your first deposit in order to get your bonus.
The Party Poker bonus is 100% up to $500. Players have 120 days to earn as much bonus money as they can. Since the bonus is paid in increments of 10% of your initial deposit amount, the way you earn your bonus is up to you. For example, if your first deposit is $100, you’ll get your bonus in $10 increments. If you deposit $300, you’ll get it in $30 increments. If you deposit $500 or more, you’ll receive your bonus in $50 increments. 8 Party Points are required for each dollar in bonus.
For cash game players that play above $.25/.50 NL or $.50/1 FL games, clearing the bonus is simple. Players at these levels or higher can add an easy $500 to their poker bankroll. Below those levels however, the bonus can be a grind.
For every dollar paid in tournament fees, players earn 2 Party Points, for a 25% return. This return is ‘ok’ – not great, not bad. If you play a lot of sit-n-go tournaments or multi-table, earning the bonus is reasonable for tournament players. However, if all you play is long, drawn-out large tournaments, you most likely won’t clear much of the bonus.