|Posted: February 11, 2006, 3:59 am - IP Logged|
Hmm... Are you saying that it would not let you place an order with both 126 and 621? That's strange, because I've placed an order with 821, 128 and 218 all together in the same order. I do know that it eliminates straight matches, like when I tried typing 821, 821, and 128, it showed a red message saying it eliminated one duplicate, and left 821 and 128 in the entry box.
You can do it if it's on the same ticket, but you better make sure that you have it covered on that ticket. You can not create another ticket with that number on it in any combination on that day.
Maybe if they would let us do it like this with the straight box.
337 is the number: You can put a different amount of different combinations. This ticket will cost $1.75 and you hit it whatever way it comes.
373 - .50
733 - .25
or whatever way you want to:
This one will be $1 straight on 337 and the other two ways .50 and the ticket will cost $2. You will hit it for $1 if it comes 337 and for .50 if it comes the other two ways. I think the way they have it set up now is that you pay double for a straight box and hit both times.
For the straight number 456
Hit for $1 if it comes 456 and .50 if it comes all the other ways.
or you can say give me $1 on 456 and 465 and the other combinations .50
456-1.00 - .50 - $4.00