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PokerStars is bringing us another Half Price Sunday this weekend, with six Sunday events seeing their buy-in halved while keeping the usual GTD.
The wait is over! After almost a year, PokerStars has announced another edition of their popular Half Price Sunday for this weekend, reducing the buy-in of the Sunday Million by 50% from $109 to just $54.50.
You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to cash big this Sunday, September 26 at 19:00 CEST when the most popular regular online tournament will be available for a buy-in under $100—a rare chance to play for a share of the iconic $1 million prize pool for an affordable buy-in.
The discount is part of a series of half price buy-ins which also sees the Sunday Warm-Up go from $215 to $107.50, while keeping its current $50,000 guarantee, as well as the Sunday Storm going from $11 to $5.50, while still guaranteeing $100,000.
Additionally, PokerStars has also scheduled half-price editions of the Sunday Kickoff, the Sunday Cooldown and the Sunday Supersonic, giving players of all levels ample opportunity take part in the cost-friendly Sunday action throughout the entire day.
A rare chance to cash big with less
The first edition of the Half Price Sunday Million created an enormous turnout with a massive $1,665,850 prize pool through more than 33,000 entries and a main prize of $164,892 reserved for the winner. The second edition in January 2020 had another massive prize pool of $1,422,600 despite the 50% off—and the third and fourth edition followed with similar success.
So make sure to not miss out on another chance at some of the biggest prizes ever for only a two-digit buy-in this Sunday, September 26.
|14:00||Half Price Sunday Kickoff||$54.50||$40,000|
|17:00||Half Price Sunday Warm-Up||$107.50||$50,000|
||Half Price Sunday Million (2-Day Event)||$54.50||$1,000,000|
|20:00||Half Price Sunday Storm||$5.50||$100,000|
|23:00||Half Price Sunday Cooldown (PKO)||$54.50||$125,000|
|00:00||Half Price Sunday Supersonic||$107.50||$50,000|
As PokerStars are again expecting a big turnout for the discounted Sunday Million, they’re keeping it a two-day event, with 9.5 hours played on Sunday before resuming on Monday. And as usual, there are satellites available around the clock offering an even more cost-friendly way to take part.