Pretty much every bookmaker provides offers for football accumulators and punters come to expect a bonus. Tennis accumulators are still very popular though, but not all bookmakers have offers for them. Generally, tennis accumulators offers fall into one of two categories:

  • Bonus on winnings – If your accumulator wins, and you have a certain amount of selections, bookmakers will pay you a bonus on top of your winnings.
  • Insurance – If you miss out on winning by just one selection, bookmakers will refund your losing bet as a free stake.

Bookmakers tend to be split down the middle with bonuses and insurance offers when it comes to football, but with tennis the bookmakers do tend to favour bonuses. It’s quite rare now to find insurance offers (10Bet used to have it, but reverted to bonus).

So when betting your tennis accumulator, you’ll want to pick the bookmaker that will not only award you a bonus if you win, but awards you the biggest bonus based on the number of selections you have. There are four bookmakers currently offering a bonus on tennis accumulators. They are:

1) Winner tennis accumulator bonus + insurance

Winner are currently best in market for tennis accumulators, offering both a bonus and insurance. Both offers apply when you place an accumulator.

If you have a 5 or more selections in your accumulator, and one lets you down, Winner will refund your stake as a free bet up to £25.

Winner have the same bonus structure on winnings as Bet 365.

There are only a couple of notable differences between them in the terms and conditions. Cashed out bets do quality towards the promotion requirements and there is a ‘petty’ £10,000 maximum bonus that can be earned with this offer. Here is the full scaling tier of the bonus:

Winner Bonus
2 selections 5% bonus
3 selections 7.5% bonus
4 selections 10% bonus
5 selections 15% bonus
6 selections 20% bonus
7 selections 25% bonus
8 selections 30% bonus
9 selections 35% bonus
10 selections 40% bonus
11 selections 45% bonus
12 selections+ 50% bonus

2) Bet 365 tennis accumulator bonus

The Bet 365 tennis accumulator bonus requires only two selections, and extends up to 50% based on having at least 12 selections. It applies to the majority of tennis tournaments and events, and the most popular markets, i.e . win match, and first set winner.

Cashing out bets adds a bit of complexity to this offer. If you cash out, then the cashed out portion of the bet doesn’t quality for the bonus, but if you didn’t cash out fully, the remaining stake does.

There is a maximum winning bonus of £100,000 (that would do nicely!) and is credited within 24 hours of the bet being settled. Here is the full scaling tier of the bonus:

Bet 365 Bonus
2 selections 5% bonus
3 selections 7.5% bonus
4 selections 10% bonus
5 selections 15% bonus
6 selections 20% bonus
7 selections 25% bonus
8 selections 30% bonus
9 selections 35% bonus
10 selections 40% bonus
11 selections 45% bonus
12 selections+ 50% bonus

3) 10Bet tennis accumulator bonus

10Bet is also one of the few bookmakers to offer a bonus on tennis accas. There is a minimum of five selections for the bonus to kick in, but it does go a bit higher to 16 selections with a higher bonus.

Each selection within the accumulator must have minimum odds of 1.20. There isn’t much in it, but versus Bet 365, you do get a marginally bigger bonus up until 15 selections upwards with Bet 365.

There is a maximum bonus of £10,000 that 10Bet will award with this offer. Here is the full scaling tier of the bonus:

10 Bet Bonus
5 selections 10% bonus
6 selections 10% bonus
7 selections 15% bonus
8 selections 20% bonus
9 selections 25% bonus
10 selections 30% bonus
11 selections 35% bonus
12 selections 40% bonus
13 selections 45% bonus
14 selections 50% bonus
15 selections 55% bonus
16 selections 60% bonus

4) NetBet tennis accumulator bonus

Tennis is one of the few sports that NetBet offer a bonus on. The bonus starts from three selections, all the way up to 13 and above, at which point you will earn a 50% bonus.

Each selection in the accumulator must have odds of 1.20. There is no mention of a ‘maximum’ amount of bonus that can be won, but they do state in the terms and conditions that they reserve the right to deduct the bonus if it’s over £10,000. We’d assume it to be a maximum of £10,000 then!

The offer will be useful to those who are NetBet customers, but at all levels Bet 365 will pay a higher bonus. Here is the full scaling tier of the bonus:

NetBet Bonus
3 selections 3% bonus
4 selections 5% bonus
5 selections 8% bonus
6 selections 14% bonus
7 selections 18% bonus
8 selections 23% bonus
9 selections 28% bonus
10 selections 35% bonus
11 selections 40% bonus
12 selections 45% bonus
13 selections+ 50% bonus

To wrap up

We’d recommend placing your tennis accumulators with Winner (subject to odds) because it offers both insurance and bonus on your stakes.

Otherwise, the Bet 365 tennis accumulator will provide the next best option for you, unless you’re going very long on your accumulator with 15 or more selections, in which case 10Bet will give you the biggest bonus. At that point though, if the odds are long enough, you might find that the cap on your bonus becomes the maximum winnings which is ‘only’ £10,000 with 10Bet.