Accumulator Boosts

Accumulator Bonuses

An accumulator bet, also known as an acca, is a bet made up of several selections with one stake covering one bet. All selections must win for the bet to be a winner. More selections equal higher potential winnings, although the risks of losing are increased as well.

The chance of winning big, with some successful punters winning life-changing sums of money, has seen a continued growth in multi-selection accumulator bets.

With this rise in popularity, betting sites have had to compete with each other to try and entice and retain customers. So, most sites now offer accumulator bonuses, giving customers the chance to win even more.

Basically, an accumulator bonus is where the betting site will give winning customers a boost to their winnings. This will either be as a price boost before the bet was placed or as a percentage boost on top of the winnings for successful bets. It could also be related to number of accumulator bets placed, with a bigger bonus for a higher number of bets.

Pre-Match Price Boost

The pre-match accumulator price boost is ever-growing in popularity, although it can be said that betting sites use this as a marketing and profit-making tool.

Generally, a pre-match acca price boost will be a bet of three or four selections with the total odds increased. Some can even offer double odds from what the customer would have got on a normal acca.

For example, three selections priced at 11/4 (3.75), 8/11 (1.73), and 1/2 (1.50) would pay a total of £/€97.16 for a stake of £/€10 on a normal accumulator. That’s a profit of £/€87.16, which means odds of just under 9/1 (10.00).

With a pre-match acca boost, a betting site may offer this bet to customers with boosted odds of say 14/1 (15.00). This would mean a £/€10 stake returning total winnings of £/€150, or a profit of £/€140.

Notice how there are two short-priced favourites and one selection of slightly longer odds in the example above. This is because, usually, a betting site will offer a boosted acca with two selections they are pretty certain will win and one that they’re not too sure about, as to give themselves a chance of making a huge profit from offering this boost.

With this type of bet, customers should always pay attention, check statistics etc before placing the bet, and not be swayed solely by the offer of a bigger profit.

Percentage Boosts

This is a little different as customers will be rewarded extra for a bet they would have placed anyway, in most cases.

Basically, some betting sites offer percentage boosts on all winning accumulator bets containing a certain number of selections. Some have increasing percentages depending on the size of the bet.

For example, Redbet offer up to a 60% accumulator boost on multi-selection bets of five or more selections. Their boost starts at 10% for five selections, then increases by 5% per extra selection, up to a 60% boost for bets of fifteen or more selections.

So, if a customer has a winning accumulator bet of ten selections, they would receive a 35% boost to their winnings.

This gives customers the chance of really winning big, especially if they regularly place accumulator bets anyway. It doesn’t cost anything more than the stake money and it isn’t based on a bet containing pre-selected selections.

However, there will be terms & conditions, so always read the small print before looking to take advantage of this type of offer.

One form of percentage boost which may cost more than a customer was planning on laying out, but that could prove to be extremely profitable, is where the percentage of boost increases with number of winning accumulator bets.

For example, a site may offer a 5% bonus boost on returns for your first winning accumulator of five or more selections within a certain time period. This time period could be anything from twenty-four hours to seven days.

Then, the percentage will increase with each winning accumulator, maybe going up to 7.5% for the second winner, 10% for the third, and so on.

Obviously, this wouldn’t be an infinite number. There would be a maximum number of winners which are boosted, and the size of boost would reach an end point. Using the example above, with 5% for one, 7.5 % for two, and so on, the percentage offered could possibly reach something like 40% for the tenth winning acca before coming to a stop.

Obviously, terms & conditions would dictate number of selections, odds of selections etc.

Sites That Offer Acca Bonuses

Unfortunately, it’s difficult to list all the sites which offer accumulator bonuses. This is because they are offered randomly, with some being for a limited time and others only being available for a certain sporting event.

Some acca bonuses, especially the larger pre-match price boosts, are only offered as new customer offers, while others may only be available to existing customers as a loyalty offer.

Customers who are looking to take advantage of Accumulator bonuses are urged to do a bit of research to find the right deal for them. Visit the website, or websites, of your favourite betting site(s) and head straight to the promotions page.

Another way of looking at which promotions are on offer is to visit social media, as many betting sites promote on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

You can also stay up-to-date and find out the best accumulator bonuses by regularly checking us out. We will have an updated list of the best, and most popular, acca bonuses, with full details and links.

Once you’ve found a site who offer accumulator bonuses, pay close attention to what’s actually required for the offer to be worth your while. Read the terms & conditions, especially the small print that most people usually overlook.

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