WynnBET Arizona Sports Betting Customer Turns $500 Into $24K NBA Parlay Win

WynnBET Arizona Sports Betting Customer Turns $500 Into $24K NBA Parlay Win

It was a Thursday night to remember for one Arizona sports betting customer.

That’s because an unnamed WynnBET Arizona user managed to convert a $500 six-leg NBA parlay into $24,206.37.

What Bets the Lucky Customer Hit

The parlay included two-legs on the Miami-Charlotte, Washington-Brooklyn, and Dallas-New Orleans games — helping multiply the odds.

The Arizonan placed a bet on Charlotte +5 and under 227, in addition to Washington +4.5 and over 215, and Dallas -2.5 and over 212.5. The Miami-Charlotte game managed to stay under (Heat 111, Hornets 107) despite going two overtimes.

The customer is at least the second WynnBET Arizona user to cash out a monster NBA parlay this month.

Another customer managed to turn a $25 Arizona betting apps ticket into $13K in cash Feb. 8 after nailing a 10-leg, +53483 NBA parlay.

That unidentified customer’s parlay included moneyline wagers on Philadelphia and Milwaukee, and spread wins by Boston, Atlanta, New Orleans, Memphis, and Minnesota.

WynnBET Arizona Basketball Promotions

The Las Vegas-based operator has a handful of basketball promotions running now in time for NBA All-Star Weekend, including a “Bet $10, Win $200” entry offer, where anyone that places their first bet of $10 or more with odds of -120 or greater takes home $200 in free bets.

WynnBET is also doing a “WynnBET Weekdays” deal, where users that win, lose, or push on $50 or more in bets get a $10 free bet in return.

The operator is offering a “Basketball Parlay Bonus” deal, where anyone that bets a four-leg parlay of $20 or more earns a $10 free bet, whether their bet wins, loses, or pushes.

Must be 21+ and present in AZ. T&Cs apply.


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

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