On point spread and total wagering you are allowed to "buy points".
Buying points means you can move the line up to 2 points. The way this works is for every ½ point you want to buy, you must risk 10% in extra juice (except when buying on/off of a 3 in NFL).
So let's say you like the Dolphins -7 over the Colts - however, you think they will win by a touchdown. So instead of risking $110 to win $100 at -7, you can risk $120 to win $100 at -6 ½.
|Here is a summary of the rules for buying points:|
|1/2 point - you lay 120/100|
|1 point - you lay 130/100|
|1 1/2 points - you lay 140/100|
|2 points - you lay 150/100|
When buying on or off of an NFL 3, there is an extra 10% juice
When buying on or off an NFL 7 or NCAA 3 there is an extra 5% juice You can buy up to 2 points on any Football or Basketball game
|510||Colts||-3||Buying the Colts to -2½ would cost -130|
|511||Jaguars||+3||Buying the Jaguars to +3½ would cost -130|
|515||Raiders||+2½||Buying the Raiders to 3 would cost -130|
|516||Jets||-2½||Buying the Jets to -2 only costs -120|
• You are allowed to buy points on 2 or 3 team parlays only.
• You can buy points on If Bets, but only on the first 3 teams.
• Round robins have the same rules as parlays.
• You cannot buy points on 1st halves, 2nd halves, or quarters