Accumulator bets should be dead easy to place.
In most cases they are, but with so many options and hidden sections in your betting slip it can be confusing.
So for those still finding their feet, we’ll show you how to place an accumulator bet on Paddy Power.
We’ll give you a short quick start guide which is pretty self explanatory and for more visual punters we’ll also give you a step-by-step screenshot guide as well – so lets get going.
But first things first…
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Paddy Power currently has an incredible Risk Free 20 offer. Place a £20 sportsbook bet and if your first bet is a loser Paddy will refund it up to £20.
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Here’s how to place an Accumulator bet on Paddy Power
1. Open a Paddy Power account.
2. Add funds to your account.
3. Select the odds on the games you want to place.
4. Tap on Bet Slip in top-right on mobile.
5. Scroll down to Accumulator and enter Total Stake.
6. Click on Bet Now button to place bet.
Screenshot Guide to placing an acca on Paddy Power
Maybe you mean: 'phone-bill-sports-betting' or 'tester11'
Here’s a more detailed description on placing a Paddy Power acca
I have to admit I do have a soft spot for Paddy.
It was the first bookmaker I used to place a bet online and from that day I’ve never looked back. Paddy Power is STILL my go to bookmaker so if you’re thinking of joining you’ve come to the right place.
Step-by-step Walk Through
First thing you should do is log into your Paddy Power account and make sure you have sufficient funds to place an accumulator bet.
Paddy Power has several deposit options but my personal pick has to be using your phone bill. For more details on this check out our detailed guide on using Neteller to make Boku deposits.
Next step is to find the games you want to bet on and select the odds you want to place. For this example i’ve gone with the following:
Stoke v Crystal Palace
Bournemouth v Swansea
Leicester v West Ham
Watford v Newcastle
In turn, select on each of the odds that you want to place as part of your accumulator bet. As you do this you should notice the notifications icon on your Bet Slip increase as you place each bet.
Now this is where most punters get stuck.
Once your done tap on the bet slip icon (top right-hand corner on mobile).
Scroll down to Multiples and enter the amount you want to bet in Accumulator.
Below this you should see your Total Stake along with your current balance and Potential Returns should the accumulator come off. Once your happy with everything click on the Bet Now button and your accumulator is placed.
Now all you need to do is go though four 90 minutes of torture and wait for the scores to come in!
Before you go here’s some gotchas you need to be aware of.
Paddy Powers Acca Insurance
Like most bookmakers Paddy doesn’t like to see decent punters getting fleased. Which is why they’ll give you protection on any accumulators of five games or more.
If one of your 5+ fold acca lets you down Paddy Power will refund the difference. So it might be worth placing an extra game to give you the additional cover.
Money Back Specials don’t Apply
While Paddy is the king of Money Back Specials this offer is not inclusive to accumulator bets – only single bets. You can’t have your cake and eat it you know!
I believe Paddy Power has a rock-solid acca system for placing accumulator bets, which is the main reason I use them.
Not only is it intuitive, but it’s a simple 3-step process to complete – you couldn’t ask for more from one of the UK’s biggest bookmakers.
In my opinion you need look no further.