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The Mini Eliminator Prize Wheel


The Mini‐Eliminator is a “mega‐buck” tournament that runs twice a year at The South Point Bowling Center in Las Vegas. The Mini has been running for over 15 years and has paid out $20 million in prize money. The Minis usually run around The Super Bowl & July 4th week. *New: The Mini Eliminator now has a handicap division for a bowlers averaging 210 or less.

For a limited time, the Mini Eliminator is running a special prize wheel on their website.  Everyone wins one of many prizes. Enter here for your chance to spin the prize wheel.



The Mini‐Eliminators allow amateur bowlers (senior professionals with no titles are allowed) from around the world to compete against each other for prizes larger than they normally bowl for at home. Over the past 15 years top prizes have ranged from a low of $10,000 to as high as $55,000. Some payouts for tournament week have exceeded over $1 million.

The Mini‐Eliminator attracts bowlers of all types. If you average at least 160 in a league you should be competitive especially since there is a handicap division exclusively for bowlers with an average of 210 or less. There are also separate scratch divisions for bowlers under the age of 50 and over the age of 50. Sometimes ages of divisions change slightly to keep the number of
bowlers fairly close between the groups.




 



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