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Book your seat to the Aussie Millions the easy way


The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure will soon be upon us. It's a great way to start the year, but like all things it comes to an end. Suddenly you're left feeling empty, alone, and facing the inevitable return to winter.

That's where the Aussie Millions comes in, starting on January 24.

It's what helps make January a great month for PokerStars. From the Bahamas to Melbourne you simply cannot go wrong.

What's more our Aussie Millions Mega Qualifiers are right around the corner. They'll be ten guaranteed packages in each up for grabs.
The first takes place Sunday January 3, 2016 at 14:00 ET. The second a week later on Sunday January 10, at the earlier time of 04:30 ET. Each has a buy-in of $700 with re-entries.

Of course you don't have to pay the full $700, not if you win your way into the Mega Qualifier in one of our daily $5.50 satellites with start times designed to suit all players regardless of geography. Not only are they a great way to win an Aussie Millions package, but with $100 added to the prize pool of every satellite there's more than $20,000 in added value.

These satellites are running now and could win you a trip down under.

Each package is worth more than $9,000 and comes with Aussie Millions Main Event entry plus five nights' accommodation at the Crown Promenade Hotel between January 25 to 30 (so don't enter if you can't travel). Not to mention the fact that Melbourne is a fabulous place to play poker, where you'll rub shoulders with the likes of Team Pros Adi Agarwal, Bryan Huang, Celina Lin, Kosei Ichinose, Randy "nanonoko" Lew, and Yaxi Zhu.

The Main Event starts on January 24 and runs through to February 1, with all the details of the mega satellites available here.

To find Aussie Millions Mega Satellites, and all related tournaments, open the PokerStars lobby and click 'Events' > 'APPT'. If you're using PokerStars 7, head to the 'Live Events' tab.

We told you January is a great month on PokerStars.

Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.

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