What is an Accumulator Bet?

With an accumulator bet (also called multiples) it's all about risk/reward. Whilst doubles and trebles are the most popular accumulators, it's possible to go much higher. Think you can predict 10 correct premier league results? Then this one's for you. Clicking that link will add 10 bets into the calculator. Yes, that's over £8,500 for a £1 stake, even with some pretty short odds thrown in. Of course, as with any accumulator, if just one of those loses then all bets are off.

So, is the accumulator a good bet for punters? Well, it can certainly be a fun bet. There's nothing like having the first couple of your bets come in and enjoying the heart-pounding excitement of the remaining bets. If that sounds like your thing, then check out our list of recommended accumulator bets below. Of course, the pain of the final bet losing is the flip side to the coin. You can minimise that pain with a full-cover bet such as a Lucky 15 - fist-pumping fun with a safety net thrown in.

The Accumulator Calculator

Results

Total Stake:
Total Return:
Total Profit:

Profit:

Set Options

Back Odds
Lay Odds
Lay Stake
Commission %

Choose Bet Type

Qualifying Bet
Free Bet (stake not returned)
Free Bet (stake returned)

Enter Bet Odds

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Further resources

Bookmakers

A quick list of some boomakers to get started with. We have a full list, along with an explanation of each one's terms and conditions, inside the members' area.

  • Sportingbet Sportingbet will match a £25 deposit at 100%
  • 188Bet 188Bet will match a £50 deposit at 100%
  • William Hill William Hill will match a £10 deposit at 200%
  • BetInternet BetInternet will match a £0 deposit at 0%

More info on the Accumulator

  • Wikipedia - Wikipedia's Accumulator definition