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How does dinner for two up to $150, a one-night stay in a classic room at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, and two free tickets to a spectacular show sound? A lovely night on the town, yes?

Online poker players in New Jersey have one more chance to win a Borgata Ultimate Entertainment Package that includes all of the above this Thursday, January 29. For a chance to win, just log on at on Jan. 29 and find the ‘Promotions’ tab. From there, click on “Ultimate Entertainment Package” and register.

Winners are chosen via a random drawing. Registering is good for one free entry. After being notified as a grand prize winner, schedule your night of fun any night of your choice within 30 days.

Other ways to win

Want to win some other free stuff? How about $20 just for registering an account at Borgata Poker?

Just create an account and $10 in cash and a $10 poker bonus will be credited to your account. Play online poker at Borgata and earn 40 iRewards Points (iRP) and that $10 poker bonus automatically becomes cash.

Anyone within New Jersey and at least 21 years of age is eligible. One $20 signup bonus per person.

The Grind

Want more than $20 free and a shot at a night on the town for two? OK. Then you’ll love Borgata Poker’s “The Grind” promotion that has $4,500 in cash and free tournament tickets available for the taking!

Until February 28, just play real-money online poker and earn iRPs. Your rewards add up the more iRPs you accumulate. For instance, your first prize is a $1 tournament ticket for earning 100 iRPs. But there are 21 more milestones to achieve that top out at a $2,000 cash prize for 50,000 iRPs.

Those prizes escalate at different amounts, such as $15 in cash by the time you accrue 1,000 iRPs. But you will have won $20 in tournament tickets and $15 in cash by the time you reach the 1,000 iRP plateau. Click here to see “The Grind” details that include how much can be won in each of 22 steps during your grind to the top.

Borgata Poker is a favorite destination of players within New Jersey, either residents or visitors.

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Charles Rettmuller

Charles has been an avid poker player for a number of years, both live and online. He holds a degree in journalism and previously worked as a reporter for a Chicago-based newspaper. Charles joined the PokerUpdate team in early 2012 and writes daily news articles for the site.