PointsBet Now Offering Single Game Parlays

PointsBet have followed FanDuel and DraftKings by launching a Single Game Parlay feature which allows bettors to build a multiple bet on one game.

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PointsBet have become the latest legal sportsbook in America to launch a Same Game Parlay feature.

PointsBet Single Game Parlay

After an initial roll out exclusively to New Jersey sports bettors, the PointsBet Same Game Parlay is available to those in the following states:

So, what is a Single Game Parlay? And how do you wager? These questions will be answered here!

What is the PointsBet Single Game Parlay?

Single Game Parlays allow you to parlay items in a single game, such as the spread, over/under, player props, team points, and more into one bet.

Therefore, if you like a favorite to win, and a player to have a big game then you can combine the bets for a bigger payout without having to increase your bet or risk two separate bets.

Probably the most famous example of Single Game Parlays are those wagered by Adam Sandler’s character Howard Ratner in Uncut Gems. Throughout the movie, he places various bets on Kevin Garnet’s performances in Boston Celtics matches. These included Total Points, Assists and Rebounds.

Now, with PointsBet’s Single Game Parlay you can construct your own for Football and Basketball bets. They are also referred to as PointsBet SGPs by some.

How Do I Find the PointsBet Same Game Parlay Feature?

Find the Single Game Parlay option within the event page on the top menu in between Fixed Odds and PointsBetting. Make sure you have the newest version of the PointsBet app to take advantage.

PointsBet Single Game Parlay

Take this example for New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins. There are a wide variety of betting markets available for you to parlay. Here’s a Single Game Parlay we’ve created from the menu shown above:

PointsBet SGP

PointsBet Now Has Live Same Game Parlays Too!

As if the standard Same Game Parlay feature wasn’t enough, PointsBet also has a Live Same Game Parlay feature.

As you would expect, this gives you the opportunity to combine multiple wagers from the same game…AFTER the game has kicked off!

This is a first for the online betting industry in America and gives you even more control over what types of bets you can place on your favorite sports. Click here to read more about the PointsBet Live Same Game Parlay feature.

How Can I Get Started Today?

If you don’t yet have a PointsBet Sportsbook account, then we have the perfect gift for you.

Anyone opening an account at PointsBet that uses the code WEDGET1 can get up to $2,000 in Free Bets. Click here to get started with account registration today!

Once you are registered and verified at PointsBet, you will have access to all of its amazing betting markets, features and promos. Yes, even the PointsBet SGP will be available to give a try.

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Use code ‘WEDGET1’ for a $500 Free Bet if your first fixed odds bet loses and a $1,500 Free Bet if your first PointsBetting bet loses.
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