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2017 March Madness Tournament Bracket Contest - $1 Million Up For Grabs

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Mar/12/2017

Bookmaker’s 2017 March Madness Tournament Bracket Contest features a top prize of $1 million if you could somehow get all your picks correct.  While that’s highly unlikely, the best bracket pays $10,000.  

There are three (3) ways to receive contest entries:

1 - For every deposit of $100 or more into your betting account between March 1st, 2017 and March 16th, 2017, you'll receive one (1) free contest entry. Example: Deposit $300, receive three (3) contest entries.

2 - Entries can also be obtained by redeeming your BetPoints™. You can receive one (1) entry for 2,000 BetPoints™ if your are a Gold member, 1,500 for Platinum members, and 1000 BetPoints™ for Diamond members.

3 - Entries can also be purchased for U.S. $10 each.

Gambling911.com has all your latest 2017 NCAAB March Madness Odds

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