Everyone loves an acca. Trebles, four folds or massive 15 folds+, the options for creating your own acca bets are often limitless, especially on the football market.
As you may have guessed we like the draw no bet market. It allows us to place a bet and have that bit of insurance or cover if the game ends in a draw.
As fans of this market and betting on multiple fixtures we like to create our draw no bet accumulators. Finding the best value can often be tricky in a minefield of football fixtures and odds however it is possible. There are also certain aspects of draw no bet accumulators that you need to be aware of if this bet is something you’d consider having a go with.
Draw No Bet Accumulators – What you need to know
Draw no bet accumulators are a fantastic way of betting on football. All bookmakers allow you to create acca bets and if your the kind of punter that studies the form guides and stats rather than just hoping for a win, then using draw no bet as the market can assist you with some very good returns.
As we have explained throughout this site, the draw no bet works when a bet is placed on a certain team within a fixture. If the team wins, then the bet is won, however if the team draws the stake is returned. If the team loses, so does the bet.
This is a great strategy to use, however be aware that in return for this the odds offered are lower than in the win-draw-win market. We still think its very much worth betting on though.
In acca bets for this market you might be wondering what happens to the teams that either lose or draw, when there are multiple fixtures. If a team wins, then that part of the acca wins, if the team draws, then the bet becomes void and the stake moves on to the next fixture. If the team loses then as normal the accumulator loses.
Most bookmakers have limits on the number of teams you can add to your accumulator bet and this includes betting on the draw no bet market. Although the returns on large accas can be huge and they can be great fun, we can’t see the value of creating accumulators containing more than 5 or 6 selections. The chances of these winning are very minimal and the value is always seen with smaller accas and picks. Some bookies do allow for massive accumulators and customers often have to request these from their bookmaker.
Draw no bet accas – Coupons
Each bookie has their own football betting section (market). Draw no bet (being a popular type of bet and strategy amongst skilled punters) takes its place besides many of the other popular markets. We have our favourite bookmakers and below we have guided you to where you can find the Draw no bet coupons within these sites.
The William Hill draw no bet coupon is of course in the football market. Navigate yourself to this menu and once you’ve opened this market the popular betting coupons are displayed. New William Hill customers can get £20 in free bets* and are treated to a whole host of markets and offers.
*New William Hill online customers only. Min. unit stake of £10/€10 at odds of 1/2 or greater. Only the “win” part from EW bets will count. Free bet terms, payment method & country restrictions apply. Free bets credited as 3 x £10/€10. Free bet stakes are not returned as part of the settlement of successful free bets. All Free Bets must be wagered within 30 days.
Select the draw no bet coupon and all the latest fixtures and odds are shown. Simply tap the odds of your chosen draw no bet fixture to add the selection to your bet slip.
Draw No Bet Accas – Cash Out
Cashing out bets placed on the draw no bet market can often vary from bookie to bookie. If cash out is something that you as a punter regularly opt or look out for then be aware that it is not always guaranteed as an option.
Draw no bet accumulators v Double chance accumulators
The draw no bet market is often considered a very defensive strategy, purely because if the bet ends in a draw it is voided rather than lost. The double chance bet on the other hand gives more chance for the win but you will often see lower odds.
We think there is nothing wrong betting with one eye on not losing money as well as hoping to win. At the end of the day its your money that your staking.
The decision is up to you and the odds should be considered before choosing between the two. We would rather live to fight another day than lose completely.
DNB Accas – conclusion
Accumulators are a fun, great way of betting and seeing some high odds. We believe in betting sensibly and that’s why the draw no bet market appeals to us. Study the stats and odds and don’t be greedy. Theres always the ‘acca buster’ and making one too many selections increases this chance.