Once you’ve experienced the thrill of winning a bundle on a big race or match, there will be little need to convince you to try out an accumulator bet. More excitement and higher rewards; but what is an accumulator bonus exactly? Below is a guide for those who are unsure.
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What is an accumulator bonus and how does it work?
An accumulator bonus is when your bookmaker gives you an extra bonus on top of your winnings when you place two or more related bets and win all of them. An example of an accumulator bonus could be when you place four different bets and receive a 10% bonus upon winning all of them. The bonus is usually proportionately related to the number of bets you place, so the higher the number of bets, the more chance you have to win a great bonus.
Accumulator bonuses can vary enormously between bookmakers. They are usually only available for pre-match betting and there may be a minimum bet and a maximum bonus amount. The bonuses are often offered on specific tournaments and can enhance the fun, whether you’re following a certain team or player or weighing the merits of each match separately.
Which betting sites offer accumulator bonuses?
Many of the larger bookmakers offer accumulator bonuses, but they are usually offered for a limited time and/or only apply to a certain tournament or league. To find out whether your favourite bookmaker offers an accumulator bonus, check their website or contact them directly. You will usually find up-to date information on such bonuses on the homepage, or the page relating to the tournament or sport in question.
Be sure to read all terms and conditions carefully, as the accumulator bonus may have specific conditions which need to be fulfilled before you can receive the bonus.