Acca Insurance

If your bookmaker doesn’t offer you some sort of promotion on your Saturday afternoon accumulator bet, then stop using them. There are now loads of bookies either paying extra money on winning accas, or giving refunds as free bets if one leg of your accumulator bet lets you down.

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Below we have compiled a list of bookmakers with their acca insurance refund offers, and the ones offering enhanced payouts on winning accumulator bets.

Like with everything in betting, it is important to shop around and look for the best offers on acca insurance. It is no different to searching around for the best casino offers, the best football betting systems, or all the different bookmakers for the best odds on a team you think will win a particular football match. Search around – apathy will get you nowhere!

What Is Acca Insurance?

Acca Insurance is a refund in the form of a free bet if one leg of your acca bet loses. This offer is also referred to as money back if you miss by one.

This offer is a very popular retention tactic used by bookmakers, due to the popularity of Saturday afternoon football accumulators, and how much money the bookies make from these types of football bets.

How Acca Insurance Works

As mentioned above, acca insurance is an offer that sees you get your money back as a free bet if your acca misses by one. There are plenty of variations of acca insurance, but that is the basic principle of the promotion.

It is an offer that is open to both new and existing customers. It is basically an offer the bookies have designed to try and keep us placing our Saturday afternoon acca bets with them.

There is a general minimum bet requirement to qualify for the acca insurance free bet. The amount of teams you need in your acca is generally a minimum of 5 teams, although it can vary from one bookmaker to another.

There is also a maximum amount of the free bets refunds you can get, the highest I have seen is a £50.00 refund. There are varying amounts, but it is mainly a maximum of £25.00, or £50.00 – which is a pretty fair amount of money to get refunded.

There can also be restrictions on which leagues you can use for acca insurance. By and large, the bookies are generally the same on this.

The leagues you can use are generally the main ones, such as the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundersliga, Ligue A. This ensures you can use teams like Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Dortmund, PSG, Real Madrid, Barcelona, etc, all the usual suspects in your acca bets. It can also be used with some bookmakers for Champions League Betting.

Acca Insurance Examples

Bet 1

  • You place £25.00 on a 5-fold bet on Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, Southampton and West Ham to all win.
  • Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal win. Southampton and West Ham both lose.
  • The bet is a loser and you get no acca insurance, as two teams let you down.

Bet 2

  • You place £25.00 on a 5-fold bet on Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, Southampton and West Ham to all win.
  • Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Southampton win, but West Ham lose.
  • The bet is a loser, but you get your £25.00 back as a free bet as only one team (West Ham) let you down.

Bet 3

  • You place £25.00 on a 5-fold bet on Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, Southampton and West Ham to all win.
  • Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and West Ham win, but Southampton only draw.
  • The bet is a loser, but you get your £25.00 back as a free bet as only one team (Southampton) let you down.