Betting at Ladbrokes can be done in various ways, with several options open to punters. You can choose to wager using multiples like doubles, trebles or accumulators, or stick to singles if you want to bet on fewer outcomes.
Ladbrokes also serves up a range of sports to sift through. The site boasts the world’s most-watched events, as well as those catering to a more niche audience. Ladbrokes has something for virtually everyone.
Here, you’ll discover how to place bets at Ladbrokes in a variety of ways. Moreover, we’ll also cover Ladbrokes’ cash-out service and explain why it might not be working.
Read on to find out how to place bets on Ladbrokes. If you have not done so already then you’ll need to register for an account. Our helpful guide can explain how to register on Ladbrokes.
How To Place Bets
To create your first wager at Ladbrokes, select a sport that you want to bet on. Once you’ve concluded which sport on which to wager, view the available markets. To bet on “Win Only” markets, take a look at prices under Match Betting. If you fancy predicting the score at the end of a football match, check out the Correct Score odds.
Next, it’s time to add a bet to your bet slip. To do this, simply click on the odds under your desired outcome. This brings up a new section on the right-hand side of your screen called the bet slip.
From within your bet slip you can edit your selection, change your stake and confirm bets. With Odds Boost, Ladbrokes lets you enhance your odds and make selections potentially significantly more rewarding. This is an optional feature, so there’s no need to click on it if you’re content with your current odds.
Now it’s time to confirm your bet. Enter your stake in the box provided, then place the bet by pressing the green button. Your request should process immediately.
See below for a five-step guide on how to bet on Ladbrokes.
Betting On Ladbrokes – Step-By-Step
- Pick a sport to bet on.
- Select an outcome from any listed market by clicking on it.
- View your betslip and make any changes you deem necessary.
- Enter your stake.
- Press the green button to place your bet.
How To Bet On Multiples at Ladbrokes
Multiples are an evolution of singles in that they are essentially a bunch of single bets moulded into one, bigger bet. Therefore, getting familiar with multiples betting should be relatively easy for anyone that’s indulged in wagering on singles before.
In order to add a multiple bet to your slip, you must once again follow the steps mentioned in the previous section. Pick a sport, select a market, then choose an outcome. With multiples, repeat this process over and again until you’re happy with the selection.
Some multiples allow you to mix selections from different markets, whereas others do not. For instance, accumulator bets must contain four or more bets from the same market across different events. This means you can’t pick three bets from the To Win market and one from the Correct Score market.
Once you’ve added more than one bet to your slip, you’ve created a multiple bet. Try mixing and matching different markets to see which options become available. When you’re pleased with each bet, enter your stake in the white box and place your multiple bet.
Here is a list of some popular multiples found at Ladbrokes:
- Lucky 63
- 63 bets
- 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-fold acca, 6 five-fold acca, 1 six-fold accumulator.
- Lucky 31
- 31 bets
- 5 singles, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-fold accas, 1 five-fold acca.
- 57 bets
- 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-fold accas, 6 five-fold accas, 1 six-fold accumulator.
- 4 bets
- 3 doubles, 1 treble.
- 11 bets
- 6 doubles, 4 trebles, 1 four-fold acca.
- 247 bets
- 28 doubles, 56 trebles, 70 four-fold accas, 56 five-fold accas, 28 six-fold accas, 8 seven-fold accas, 1 eight-fold accumulator.
- 26 bets
- 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-fold accas, 1 five-fold accumulator.
Keep reading for guided instructions on how to create a multiple bet at Ladbrokes.
How To Create an Accumulator at Ladbrokes
- Pick a sport.
- Select the same market for each event you’re betting on.
- Select four or more outcomes from different events.
- Open your betslip and enter a stake.
- Confirm your accumulator by pressing the green button.
Some accumulators qualify for acca insurance at Ladbrokes. With this, you can get your money back up to £10 if one selection lets your accumulator down.
Why Can’t I Cash Out?
Ladbrokes has a cash-out feature that lets you protect against potential or further losses, as well as claim winnings early. However, there are some occasions when cash-out is unavailable and bettors cannot settle bets early.
While there are various reasons that this may occur, there are a few that are well known and easily fixed. Below, we’ve outlined some reasons why Ladbrokes cash-out might be down.
Ladbrokes Cash Out – Why Won’t It Work?
- The market is not supported by cash out.
- A market is suspended due to in-play events.
- Your cash-out value is zero.
- Cash-out is down due to technical issues.
- Account restrictions.
As you can see, most of the fixes here are simply utilizing your patience. When the cash-out value is zero, you must wait for it to rise. If the market gets suspended, sit tight until it returns. Should technical gremlins bring the Ladbrokes’ cash out service down, you must await a fix.
It should be noted that you can cash out multiples consisting of up to 14 bets. Adding more than 14 wagers to your selections shall result in the service becoming unavailable for your bet. In turn, this means that certain accumulators are excluded from being settled early on the site.