You may register online for the World Series of Poker 2023 on Thursday, April 13th, to start arranging your trip to Vegas. Learn about online registration and saving hundreds on your vacation.
WSOP 2023 Online Registration.
The WSOP registration page has a big wall of information that might be daunting, particularly for first-timers. It works like this.
Join Bravo Poker Live
Participants must register for Bravo Poker Live. Players may schedule future events and store their registration information.
Online registration requires a Caesars Rewards Account.
The platform offers three online payment methods:
Credit Card: For events under $10,000. MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Diners Club work.
ACH: This payment option is similarly limited to $10,000 buy-ins.
Wire transfer: For huge events. You must send the money 14 days before the event.
The Paris Convention Champagne Ballroom is where you validate your identification and money after registering online. Do this at least one hour before the event.
Players must provide their credit card and ID.
The 2023 WSOP hopes to break records. 95 bracelet events and 20 online bracelet events for New Jersey, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Michigan participants are scheduled.
“This year’s WSOP is poised to break records with an unprecedented range of options to qualify for and attend the World Championship of poker, the WSOP Main Event”.
As organizers expect the most participants ever, 608 poker tables will be used. The 2022 Main Event had 8,663 runners, 100 less than the 2006 record. Thus, the 2023 WSOP organizers want to draw more participants than ever.
WSOP 2023 schedule
WSOP 2023 will include fantastic events. See the schedule:
Caesars Rewards Travel Bundle
WSOP 2023 participants may save money with the Caesars Rewards Travel Bundle. The February 2023 service lets you purchase a whole vacation package, including flights and lodging, for one fee.
From New York, I found Caesars Rewards Travel Bundle packages for the two event sites for $1,000 from June 1st to June 6th:
This is much cheaper than booking flights and accommodation separately:
For those dates, flying to Las Vegas from New York would cost $210 ($406 for a non-stop ticket) and staying at the Horseshoe would cost $969 or $1,300 at the Paris Hotel & Casino.
Previously, WSOP runners had to arrange their hotel and airfare independently or via a third-party holiday provider, which might be pricey given the time of year. This new program provides convenience, savings, and even more benefits for Caesars Rewards members.