BetYourWayStep By Step Guide
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Betway BetYourWay Step By Step Guide
- Create the bet you want
- Tweet @betway or @BetwaySupport with your request
- Login to your Betway account
- Once you’ve received a reply with your odds, follow the link provided
- Place your bet in the usual way if you’re happy with the price
If you do not have a Betway account, you can sign up here.
There are a number of bookmakers who now give their customers the opportunity to request odds for their own bet creations, rather than choose from the markets and bet combos listed on the bookmaker website.
The Betway request a bet service is BetYourWay. With Betway BetYourWay, customers can develop their own bet and get odds directly from the bookie via social media.
As well as having the ability to request odds using the Betway #BetYourWay service, there are a number of #BetYourWay promotions regularly available here.
To use the Betway request a bet facility, you will need to head to Twitter. Whatever sport your bet is based on, tweet @betway or @BetwaySupport using the hashtag #BetYourWay. Their traders will then price up your request and reply with your odds.
It’s advisable to do this well in advance of the event starting. Betway BetYourWay is amongst the most popular request a bet services, so you’ll need to give the traders the time to assess your bet and price it up.
Betway #BetYourWay sound good? Let’s take a closer look at how you can start requesting odds for your own unique wagers.
Betway BetYourWay Detailed Example
So, how exactly does the Betway request a bet function work? First, of course, you need to decide on what match you want to bet on. Got a hunch about a particular game? Find that match on Betway - it’s definitely worth checking to see if there’s a market already available that suits your needs under the #betyourway heading.
If no market takes your fancy, then create your own! For our example, we’re going to use the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion v Leicester City.
Say we have a sneaking suspicion that Brighton are going to win this one in a close encounter. We also think Glenn Murray will get on the scoresheet, and they’ll be plenty of corners given. So, our bet will look like this:
- Brighton to win 2-1
- Murray anytime
- Over 12.5 corners
All we need to do now is to tweet our creation, using the Betway #BetYourWay hashtag and wait for a response.
Our example may seem a little conservative, but in truth there is no limit to what you can request. How about Jamie Vardy to score first and get sent off? Or James Maddison to hit the woodwork twice? Whatever your hunch, it’s worth seeing what the price could be.
It’s important to tweet your Betway #BetYourWay request in plenty of time of the game kicking off. With so many requests pouring in, the traders need the time to assess your bet and come up with a price that suits all.
If your bet is accepted, you’ll receive a reply on Twitter from the bookmaker with your odds. Usually, your bet will be put on the betting site immediately. All you need to do then is login to your Betway account, click on the match you want (in our case Brighton against Leicester), and place your bet.
With Betway BetYourWay, you can request odds for your own bet on any sport of your choice.
Football requests seem to be the most popular, and the #betyourway tab under the Match Betting umbrella on the site seems to only be available on the most popular football tournaments, like the English Premier League and UEFA Champions League.
We’ve seen, however, a number of requests for NFL and NBA action, along with tennis and cricket bets. Whatever your sport and whatever your hunch, you can tweet your request with the Betway #BetYourWay function.
It’s not just matches you can request odds on either. Outright betting is popular with Betway BetYourWay too. Fancy Barcelona to win La Liga by at least ten points? Or Serena Williams to win the Australian Open without dropping a set? You can ask for a price on pretty much anything.
Note, though, that most Betway #BetYourWay promotions are offered on football, in particular Premier League action. There are also a number of terms and conditions attached, depending on what sport you’re betting on, so make sure you understand these before you place your wager.
In short, whatever you want! You can either come up with something off the top of your head, or combine existing markets to create your own unique bet. There’s no limit to what you can request here, unlike a number of other bookies.
The most popular markets tend to include Match Result, Goals, Corners and Cards. Beware, though, that if you bet on a player to score the first goal, returning to our previous example of Jamie Vardy, and Vardy isn’t on the pitch when the first goal is scored, your bet will become void even if all other aspects of your bet win.
With Betway BetYourWay, you can mix as many markets as you want. Of course, the more markets you add to your bet, the more risk you run of one of your selections letting you down. Remember, send your bet request in well in advance of the game kicking off in order to give the Betway traders time to price up.
Currently, you can only request your own odds using the Betway #BetYourWay feature before the event begins. Make sure you get your requests sent in plenty of time or you’ll risk missing out on your unique odds.
You may be able to place bets using the existing #betyourway markets on the Betway website in-play. This feature tends to only be available on the most popular football matches though.
The Betway BetYourWay feature allows you to develop your own unique wagers and request odds for your creation. Whatever markets you have in mind, and on whichever sport, you can ask for your bet to be priced up by the Betway traders.
There’s no guarantee that your bet will be accepted, but Betway do try to accommodate as many customers as possible.
The beauty of Betway #BetYourWay is that it’s available to use with any sport of your choice, a feature that very few bookmakers are offering.