Parlay Sportsbook Comparison

NY Sports Day offers a parlay calculator for comparing the top six mobile sportsbooks in the state. This feature provides an easy and quick way to compare how much the payout would be on each platform. Odds will vary with betting operators, so the parlay odds will certainly fluctuate among them.

Many of the top North American sports leagues (NFL, NBA, etc.) and popular college sports (NCAA Football and Basketball) are available to build a parlay with. There are also popular soccer leagues available, including top international leagues (EPL, Serie A, etc.) and Major League Soccer in the United States.

Here are the following online New York sports betting apps that can be used with this calculator:

In order to use this calculator, simply select the sport and the type of odds at the top (spread, moneyline, total). At the top right, you can select how much you’ll be putting on the parlay to see the payout. The six sportsbook logos below the payout number are selectable.

You can choose as many legs from multiple leagues as you want. Note that many NY online sportsbooks cap their longshot parlays to between 12 and 20 legs. Do keep in mind that many sportsbooks will offer special promos beyond the initial welcome bonus. In some cases, this could be related to boosting or having insurance on a parlay.

Learn more about parlays on the NY Sports Day odds page.

 

Bettors are not limited to creating parlays with these wagering markets. There are plenty of team and player props that can be combined at many sportsbooks. Some platforms may have limitations on what can be combined.

No more than one bet per game can be selected in a parlay. In order to select multiple bets within a single event, many sportsbooks have a single-game parlay feature. FanDuel Sportsbook offers Same Game Parlay+, which two or more bets can be selected across at least two games.

About the Author

Brian Spaen

Brian Spaen is an editor and contributor for NY Sports Day. He has been a content writer and editor in various industries, including sports betting, environmental technology, and higher education. Brian is a graduate of Iowa State University and currently resides in Des Moines, Iowa. He’s an NFL and MLB fan.

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