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Millions Passport – a universal package for the Millions series

PartyPoker 2020

For many novice poker players, a trip to the poker series is an ultimate dream. There are situations when players have enough money to pay a tournament buy-in, but there is no necessary amount for a flight, accommodation and other expenses.

For these cases, PartyPoker has prepared a universal package for the Millions Passport series worth $10 000. The poker room’s players have a chance to gain this Passport through certain satellites.

What is Millions Passport

The Millions Passport is a universal package for live series that can be won in satellites at PartyPoker. An important feature is its versatility, which means you decide which series of Millions to visit yourself.

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It is valued at $10 000 and includes a buy-in to the Main Event, flights, accommodation and other costs. The Millions Passport can be used for any stage of the Millions series within 12 months:

  • May 2020: Millions Cyprus
  • June 2020: Millions Vegas
  • August 2020: Millions London
  • September 2020: Millions Online
  • November 2020: Millions Caribbean Poker Party
  • 2021: Millions Prague

Based on the schedule, it is visible that three new stops have been added to the series: Cyprus, London and Prague. In addition, the Millions Online will take place in September, instead of December.

Millions Passport satellites at Partypoker

Each week, PartyPoker will hold the final tournament with a guarantee of 10 Millions Passport. You can qualify for the event through satellites with various buy-ins: from $1.1 to $109.

It’s impossible to pay a direct buy-in to enter the finals, meaning you will have to go through the qualifying stages. PartyPoker users have the opportunity to go all the way from the satellite for $1 and win the Millions Passport cost $10 000.

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