PokerListings Kicks Off 2013 with Free Super Bowl Tickets

Competition of the Month Pl US2

PokerListings is nearly 10 years old and we’re celebrating by giving away Super Bowl XLVII tickets and more huge prizes.

As part of a year-long competition series we'll be running a new challenge every month of 2013 with amazing sports and entertainment packages up for grabs. 

In January we’re giving away a package to the 2013 Super Bowl in New Orleans which includes two game tickets and two-nights accommodation at a four-star hotel.

To enter the contest all you have to do is name the stadium where this year’s Super Bowl will be played on our contest page here.

The 43rd Super Bowl, which is set to take place Feb. 3, 2013, is arguably the biggest sporting event of the year in North America with spectacular football and A-list entertainment for the halftime show.

This year’s Super Bowl will be played right in the middle of the traditional Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans, so football fans will be a part of one of the biggest parties in the world.

Keep checking back to the competition page to take part in every contest. Here’s a complete list of upcoming prizes:

February:

  • Swedish House Mafia in New York City

March:

  • Las Vegas VIP weekend

April:

  • Eurovision Final in Sweden

May:

  • Sensation White in Amsterdam

June:

  • DJ Concert with VIP drink table in Ibiza

July:

  • Monaco VIP Weekend

August:

  • US Open Final in New York

September:

  • Halloween Party at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles

October:

  • Ski Weekend in Andorra

November:

  • UFC Heavyweight Fight in Las Vegas

December:

  • Mystery Event

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