Edit My ACCA is the latest function to be offered by bookies for you to use on your football accumulators. This is in addition to ACCA insurance and ACCA bonuses. This latest Edit my ACCA function allows you to remove, swap or add selections on unsettled straight accumulators both pre-match and In-Play. For unsettled single bets, you have the facility to swap or add selections.
Ladbrokes were the first bookmaker to introduce the Edit my ACCA feature to their website and now bet365, who have an exceptional cash out feature have now introduced Edit my Bet.
Edit My Acca allows you to remove selection(s) from an active football accumulator. This is achieved by replacing your existing bet with the remaining selections of your football accumulator in a new bet.
The bookies currently offering this function have integrated it into their cash out option, making the cash out feature even more exciting. It also means that you need to be placing your bets you may or may not cash out with a bookie that has a decent cash out function.
Although it varies from bookie to bookie this great new function is available on mobile and tablet; Ladbrokes give you the option to cash out from a desktop.
Basically this new function works by allowing you to change your accumulator pre-match or whilst matches are in-play. If some of your legs have ended, you still have the chance to alter the remaining legs with this great feature.
The concept of the new feature is simple, you can remove, add and edit the legs in your ACCA, simply it uses the cash out function to cash out your accumulator and then uses the balance from the cashed out ACCA to place a new accumulator.
We’re loving the feature, it’s better than ACCA insurance any day as you can use this to correct an ACCA with as little as two legs.
Ladbrokes only allow you to use the feature for the football but bet365 allow you to use it across a range of sports.
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