Patriots Victory Caps WynnBET Arizona Customer’s Big 13-Leg Parlay Payout

Patriots Victory Caps WynnBET Arizona Customer’s Big 13-Leg Parlay Payout

It was a weekend to remember for one Arizona betting apps customer.

An unnamed Arizonan managed to hit a +320224 parlay winner on WynnBET Arizona, netting $9,609.01 on a $3 wager.

The 13-leg parlay spanned three days, from Saturday to Monday, and involved NFL and NBA moneylines.

What the Winning Parlay Included

The 13-leg parlay included seven Arizona NFL betting wagers, along with six NBA bets.

The customer’s winning streak started with Boston (+100) beating Portland and Sacramento (+105) beating the L.A. Clippers in the NBA on Saturday night.

From there, the sports wagering adventure moved to Sunday NBA clashes: Toronto (-130) over Washington, Utah (-200) over Cleveland, Houston (+130) over New Orleans, and Charlotte (+230) over Atlanta.

In the NFL, the winning ticket had Kansas City (-430) beating Denver, the L.A. Rams (-700) over Jacksonville, Washington (+105) to beat Las Vegas, Miami (-250) over the New York Giants, and Detroit (+255) to beat Minnesota.

The New England Patriots’ blustery Monday Night Football win over Buffalo as a +127 moneyline underdog capped the incredible weekend.

WynnBET Arizona’s NFL Promotions

Arizona sports betting customers looking to try their hand at replicating the winner’s luck can take advantage of WynnBET Arizona’s NFL promotions.

Customers who win, lose or push a $20-plus bet on a four-plus leg football parlay between Thursday and Monday get a $10 free bet.

The company also features its WynnBET Win Hour where customers have a one-hour window of odds boost from 3-4 p.m. Arizona time on Thursdays.

Another longstanding promotion is the company’s Primetime Live Time deal, with a $5 free bet given out to those who place three separate live bets of $10 or more during Monday Night Football.



Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan is the lead writer at after covering sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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