bet365 customers enjoyed a bumper weekend thanks to the 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout offer as well as the bet365 Acca Boost.
The 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout offer pays out on singles and multiples on a whole host of competitions as soon as a team takes a two-goal lead, and will pay out on the final results as well if the team fails to win.
The Soccer Acca Boost enhances winnings on multiples containing anywhere between two and 14 selections on the Full Time Result, Both Teams To Score and Result/Both Teams to Score markets on selected league and competitions.
bet365's Steve Freeth said: "Barring the World Cup final, I’m struggling to think of a worse day in recent memory.
"Having glanced at the coupon before the weekend we knew it was one littered with hotpots and I can’t imagine what the damage would’ve been had Real Madrid won with our Soccer Acca Boost coming to the fore on Saturday.
"At bet365, we boost successful multiples from two selections (2.5%) up to 14 (70%) in over 80 leagues and even when we got one chinned we paid out because Nottingham Forest had gone 2-0 up before being pegged back – triggering our 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout offer.
"And staying on that theme, we also paid out pre-game wagers on Chelsea when Mykhailo Mudryk put the Blues 2-0 up before they threw away that lead in a game full of goalkeeping errors.
"Liverpool, Manchester City, Newcastle and Manchester United were the most popular selections in the Premier league, topped up by Brentfor,d with a bit of help from Leicester, Leeds (we also paid out on Norwich when they went 2-0 up) and Southampton in the Championship, plus Portsmouth in League One.
"Not only that we had Lazio, Inter and Napoli winning in Italy; PSG in France; Bayern Munich, Leipzig and Leverkusen in Germany; Atletico Madrid and Real Sociedad in Spain; Rangers in Scotland and PSV & AZ in Holland all coming to the acca party.
"A brilliant day for fans of the bet365 Acca Boost as well as the 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout offer."
On top of that there were six cards in Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Arsenal, a rather predictable red card in the Merseyside derby as well as a host of bookings in Bournemouth v Wolves and Brentford v Burnley, with Mohamed Salah and Erling Haaland finding the net.