Ever tried to put together a tasty punt only to be told you can’t combine bets from the same game?
That disappointment is a thing of the past with Bet Builder, which allows Paddy’s punters to pick from multiple markets for a single event across a range of sports and combine them into one bet!
Some voodoo at work here surely, Paddy?
Nope, it’s all on the level with Bet Builder.
So, if you want an accumulator of belting bets from just one game, your wish is Paddy’s command. It’s easy to do, too. It’s just like building up a traditional accumulator, really.
Simply look at some markets you like – over or under goals and corners, both teams to score, correct score, goalscorers, or even who you think could get carded or have a shot on target, they’re all there under the Bet Builder tab on PP.com – just pick your punts and they’ll populate your betting slip.
And, as if that weren’t enough good news, if one leg of your 4+ leg Bet Builder lets you down you get your stake back as a free bet up to £/€10!
Still not sure how to get involved? Fear not, Paddy’s put together a handy step-by-step guide.
How to construct your perfect Bet Builder
1: Bet Builder is available on top-grade competitions, for the most popular match sports offered by Paddy Power – Football, Basketball. The Bet Builder tab will be available within the event page.
2: A selection of available bets will appear where you can see our Bet Builder offers. Choose your bets by clicking on the ‘Odds’ buttons.
3: When you have made your selections, you need to go to your betslip. ‘Betslip’ can be found at the bottom of your screen on mobile, or right-hand side on desktop.
4: In your ‘Betslip’, towards the bottom, you will find a box to input your bet stake.
5: When you have inputted your stake, you are ready to confirm your bet. Click the ‘Place Bets’ button.
If your bet is not possible to compute, you will have a red error message in your betslip. Eg. Under 0.5 goals and a team to win cannot be combined as they cannot both happen in the same game.
See, it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3… 4, 5! So why not give it a try and bet on any game you like your way.
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