NBA Accumulator Question

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Hi, I am doing the NetBet offer where you place a treble accumulator on the NBA and get a free £5 bet.

I have done the following accumulator:
Miluwukee odds 1.09
Denver - odds 1.40
Philadelphia 1.26

Know I need to lay them sequentially, but not sure how to do it as NetBet are not listed in the build an accumulator. Do I just do use the calculator in normal mode to calculate my first lay bet please, or is there another way of doing it. I haven't found any pre-built accumulators at any of he exchanges.
 

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Hi, I am doing the NetBet offer where you place a treble accumulator on the NBA and get a free £5 bet.

I have done the following accumulator:
Miluwukee odds 1.09
Denver - odds 1.40
Philadelphia 1.26

Know I need to lay them sequentially, but not sure how to do it as NetBet are not listed in the build an accumulator. Do I just do use the calculator in normal mode to calculate my first lay bet please, or is there another way of doing it. I haven't found any pre-built accumulators at any of he exchanges.
Hi Octopus. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but for the netnet offer you need minimum odds of 1.5 on each leg. So this acca wont qualify for the free bet.

Up to you how to proceed now but those odds for the first game look incredibly short. If it were me I'd risk not laying that one and hope it wins. If it does you could then lay the full £10 on the next game, if that loses then you have your full money back, if that wins then lay £10 + Whatever your loss from Dever was on the last game which should still bring you back close to Zero providing the odds haven't drifted too much.

As all three matches are very much odds on favourites you could risk the whole £10 and let it run for a gamble. But it is a gamble as there is no free bet to fall back on. I have no knowledge of NBA so wouldnt want to advise one way or the other.
 

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Looks like I've royally messed up. Couldn't find anything on the exchange to lay against it so did multiples on the Betfair exchange. Think my best plan is to cash them out and hope for the best.
 

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I thought you can only back multiples on BFEX at very poor odds?
Also, isn't NBA on really late UK time?
Smarkets and Matchbook sometimes have lay markets for US sports, but probably a lesson learnt and move on to the next offer!

Could be worse, I fell asleep once and forgot to lay the final leg of a darts treble. Vowed never to sequentially lay another multiple in my life again. Too many points of failure: possible IT failures, exchange crashes, odds drifting etc