A newcomer's guide to SkyBet Request A Bet

As every punter wants freedom with the bets they make, being able to create your own bet from scratch has become extremely popular. Most bookmakers now offer their own version but it’s Sky Bet’s own Request A Bet feature which was the ground-breaking original edition, with lots of punters making their own RABs each and every week.

More flexibility over the sorts of RequestABets you can make has continually grown, leading a lot of punters to preferring them over traditional means of betting. Starting out with your own SkyBet RABs takes some thought, as they can’t be cashed out and are made up of a variety of specified outcomes. You can find out how to request a bet on Sky Bet, both on their website and mobile app, through the FootyAccumulators SkyBet Request-A-Bet page.

Choosing Your Selections

Almost every possible market is now involved in SkyBet RequestABets, with the ability to bet on practically anything you want. A typical RAB will be made up of which side will win, whether or not both teams will score, under or over 2.5 goals, a specific goalscorer, and a chosen number of booking points and corners based on teams or specific players. This was the original method of backing a Request A Bet and you will always be able to find plenty of pre-made versions on SkyBet’s site. They’re provided for most football games and are also available for a large portion of other popular sports.

Your price will be higher based on the number of selections you add in as well as the sorts of markets you’re asking to include. For example, if you wanted a favourite to win their game, over 2.5 goals and BTTS – no, it’s expected that your odds won’t be massively high, but if you’d rather back a specific player to score first and two specific players to get booked, your odds will be significantly higher.

Requesting Your Bet

There’s several ways to get your own Request A Bet made, and it’s advised if you can’t find anything you like the look of from the ones already provided by SkyBet. The traditional method of requesting a bet would be through contacting SkyBet on social media but you can now build a more basic version yourself on their own website and app.

If you’re choosing to ask for your RAB by using social media, it’s best that you look at the sorts of things you can now include, as there’s far more options than ever before. This includes specific players to have a certain number of shots on target and more advanced markets like Both Teams To Score In Both Halves.

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