It wouldn’t be a Saturday morning without a group with the lads about which teams to include in your weekend acca. There’s usually heated debate over which teams are getting the nod but there should be no debate about where to place your bets.
There are two betting sites to use for football accumulator bets with both offering slightly different perks (and a third but that’s only for specific bet types).
Lets dive in and detail those perks so you can decide which betting site to use.
Best Betting Sites For Football Accumulators
It’s really between the top two bookmakers because of their unique offers but the third is worth a mention:
#1 Betvictor: Acca Insurance
If you place your accumulator bet with Betvictor and it’s a five-fold or bigger (that’s five or more selections) then if just one selection lets you down you’ll get a refund.
Max refund per bet is £10 and this is paid as bet credits to use to bet again with. Any winnings from that next bet can be withdrawn as usual.
The offer is restricted to certain leagues but all the big ones are included such as the Premier League, Championship and all English leagues, Champions League, Europa League, Bundesliga and lower leagues, Serie A and La Liga.
#2 William Hill: Acca Boost
William Hill are currently offering customers, what they are describing, as ‘their biggest ever bet boost’.
Basically you get one bet boost token per customer, per day, to use anything that’s a treble (three selections) or higher accumulator bet.
You don’t actually know exactly how much that boost will be per bet but the bigger the odds, we all know acca’s are often sky high anyway, the bigger the boost will be. The max stake is £20 and it can be done pre-match or in-play.
#3 Betfred: Goals Galore
The reason the Goals Galore offer from Betfred is a distant third on our list of the best accumulator betting sites is simply because it only applies to both teams to score bets.
Basically Betfred offer two coupons in their football section called ‘Goals Galore’ and ‘Goals Galore Bonus’. Both list different games and from the list you need to select the fixtures in which you think both teams will score.
The coupons have set payouts depending on the number of selections you make and these fixed prices are often better than the regular prices you’d get on the same bet elsewhere (it is worth checking though).
The Bonus coupon offers the following odds: 3 legs = 9/2, 4 legs = 9/1, 5 legs = 16/1, 6 legs = 28/1, 7 legs = 50/1, 8 legs = 100/1, 9 legs = 175/1, 10 legs = 300/1.
It’s only going to appeal to a certain type of punter but it’s a value offering promotion and one that some acca punters are going to love.
Who Has The Best Odds?
So you’ve probably looked at the offers above but are wondering which bookmaker has the best odds for football accumulators.
The truth is it varies widely from bet to bet which is why we always go with the best offer but we have recently analysed the odds on offer from the top bookmakers for football betting.
The following is the result of that, percentages represent the margin built into the market by the betting site so the lower the better for punters:
|League||Bet365||Betvictor||William Hill||Ladbrokes||Betfair||Unibet||Paddy Power|
As you can see Betvictor clearly come out on top and coupled with their acca insurance offer it’s hard to argue with them in the number one spot.
If you want a little more info on them before you dive in and open an account try our Betvictor review which should have all the info you need.