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What is a Same Game Parlay?

Parlays have become a popular aspect of online sports betting as of late.

It is a chance for customers to cash a huge payday, as a parlay featuring more legs can result in a bigger payout. Your chances of winning decrease, but the reward becomes that much greater. Putting together a same-game parlay can be a great way to maximize your chances of cashing one of these tickets.

What is a Same-Game Parlay?

A same-game parlay is a ticket that features multiple wagers for one particular game. This is your chance to combine your favorite bets for a given game, and have them correlate to your prediction of how the contest will unfold. All legs must be graded as a win (or at least a push in some instances) for the parlay to win.


For example, here’s a three-leg single-game parlay that would have won during the Cincinnati Bengals’ victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2022 AFC Championship game.

  • Bengals moneyline

  • Joe Burrow over 1.5 touchdown passes

  • Ja’Marr Chase anytime touchdown

Have Fun With Build Your Own Bet™

WynnBET offers a number of different markets through Build Your Own Bet™ for customers wanting to put together a same-game parlay. Combine player props, moneyline, alternate spreads, alternate totals and much more in a single wager through WynnBET’s Build Your Own Bet™ function.

Here are three things you should know about BYOB:

  • Build Your Own Bet is a player’s opportunity to create their own parlay within the same game.

  • You can currently only do this on NFL or NBA games.

  • You can combine as many wagers as you like to with Build Your Own Bet!

Build Your Own Bet™ is available on your mobile app by selecting more wagers on the game you want to bet on.

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