Multiple Bets

Multiple Bets The multiples.co.uk website has been up for running for three years now, with various multiple / accumulator betting tips and articles along the way. Just as a quick heads up for anyone new, you can read up on all of the various types of multiple bets (such as trebles, patent, trixie, lucky 15) on the right hand side of all site pages.

We’ve offered various multiple betting tips on the blog and will continue to do so, such as our ‘deadly doubles’, ‘tantalising treble’, parlous patent, and ‘thursday trixies’, both for football matches and horse races It’s good to mix things up!). Over the months and years we’ve picked our fair share of winning multiple bets. In addition to that, there have been occasional accumulator win posts, when a member of the public wins serious money of an acca. It happens more often than you think really!

There’s also been the odd unlucky punter or hard luck story, to shine a light on all aspects of acca betting not just the good times. Betting on accs can be a fun and exciting way to approach gambling and we hope to pick you a few winners here and there with our free multiple betting tips.

If you enjoy placing accumulator bets feel free to email and send your selections to us. Get involved so we can make the next three years even more exciting and profitable!

Five winners Result in a £60,000 Win from a £1 Bet

Five winners Result in a £60,000 Win from a £1 Bet A retired accountant from Royton put his numbers skills to good use when he turned a paltry £1 bet into a sizable £60,000 return.

Peter Titman, 62, had picked 5 horses in races taking place at York as part of a ‘Lucky 31’ accumulator bet (A lucky 31 bet bet consists of 5 single bets, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-folds and 1 five-fold bet – 31 bets in total). The ecstastic Titman (oh my!) thanked his old uncle George for getting him interested in numbers at a very young age.

Peter, a lifelong Oldham fan, went on to rib the founder of BetFred Fred Done, who is a Manchester United fan. He said: “I’m an Oldham fan and we were relegated after failing to match Rochdale’s result on the last day of the season, so taking £58,000 off a big United fan like Fred has cheered me up.”

The Betfred owner jokingly replied: “Thanks Peter you really are trying to rub it in aren’t you. You empty my pockets then mock my waning allegiance to mighty Manchester United.”

His race winnings were in fact £38,901, but BetFred customers receive bonus if they are able to pick five winners and so that also factored into his windfall. So yet another reason to celebrate.

After picking up his winnings at his local bookmaker, Peter kept it pretty lowkey, with a pint at the pub with his mates and then a chinese. He plans to take a well deserved holiday with family.