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How To Place An Accumulator On Bet365

How To Place Accumulator Bet On Bet365So you want to know how to place an acca at Bet365? Well the good news is we’ve done it and below we’ve got a step by step guide on how we did it.

You don’t really need anything special to get started but you will need a bet365 betting account, if you don’t have one yet follow the instructions below to open one up and claim the biggest bonus they offer.

Note: this is exactly how we did it and based on our personal use/opinion of the site.

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Here’s how:

  • First we opened an account – open an account at Bet365 today!
  • Then logged into the account.
  • We used the menu on the left to find the sport we wanted to bet on.
  • After navigating to our bet we added it to the slip and repeated until all bets were added.
  • Finally we clicked multiple bet options on the bet slip, entered our stake in the 1x box and pressed place bet.

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It only took us a few minutes to open a Bet365 account and the good news is that they are one of our highest scoring bookmakers when it comes to our reviews – in our opinion you’ll get a quality service with these guys.

Note: During the sign up process you’ll be asked for a referrer/bonus code. Don’t worry about filling this box in… we didn’t and we still got the advertised bonus.

How To Place Your Acca at Bet365: Extended Version

If the above guide was a little brief here’s an extended version of how we placed an accumulator at Bet365:

Step 1

If you’re already logged in then ignore this step but if not log into your account using the username and password you created when you opened your account. When we did it the login box was at the top of the the Bet365 homepage on the right hand side (we used a desktop so might be different on the app or mobile site).

Step 2

We started the process by using the left hand navigation menu to locate the sport or sports we wanted to bet on. We wanted football so we clicked the ‘Soccer’ link (the menu was in alphabetical order). A whole host of options appeared in the main panel of the screen, from here we choose the league and competition we wanted to bet on.

We went for go for the Premier League which once clicked loaded up a full list of games taking place over the next few weeks and the odds of each team which appeared in yellow.

Step 3

The we went through the list of fixtures and odds and clicked the yellow odds of any team or result we wanted to add to our bet. Once we clicked the yellow odds the bet appeared in the bet slip on the right hand side of the page.

You can add as many or as few selections as you want to the bet. We changed our mind a couple of times so used the grey X in the box of the selection we wanted to remove.

We found that bets remained in our bet slip until we removed them. This allowed us to repeat Step 2 and add bets from different sports, competitions and leagues.

Step 4

Once happy with all our selections we hit the ‘Multiple Bet Options’ tab in which was in the bottom of the Bet Slip area. This opened up all bet types available and showed us the odds on our accumulator. We selected 4 results and were given the 4-fold odds at 34.83/1.

Once we were happy with all our selections and the odds on offer you then we entered our stake amount in the ‘Unit Stake’ box which was next to the bet type which said 1x (1x is always the accumulator option as it’s one bet on all sections).

Step 5

Finally, we hit the yellow ‘Place Bet’ button and the bet was confirmed.

How To Cash Out Your Accumulators

Once the matches has started Bet365 offered us a cash out in-play option on our bet. Basically they offered us an amount, depending on how well the bet was doing, and we could take it at any point and end the bet for the set return.

The cashout amount kept changing constantly depending on the performance of the bet. To view how much we could cash out at any time we just went to our bet slip and selected the ‘My Bets’ option. The amount we could take was then listed on the bet slip.

If you like the sound of how things worked at Bet365 then check out our review here for more details and our full rating of the site.

Dave Jackson

Author: Dave Jackson

Dave is an absolute resourse of information when it comes to tennis and football betting. He's currently writing his first book ‘Smash & Grab – Punters Guide To Accumulator Betting’ which is out later this year.

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