Bet Calculator

You might be looking to place many different types of bets on a wide range of sports. Things can get a little complicated so having a helpful tool like a bet calculator is always a good idea.

How to Use Our Bet Calculator

Use our bet calculator to work out exactly how much profit you could win from your selections. Here is where you can check potential winnings on a variety of bet formations- single, accumulator, Lucky 15, Heinz and lots more.

Gather your selections, odds and stakes you want to bet

Select your bet type

Select how you want the odds to be displayed - fractional, decimal or American

Choose the amount you want to bet

Enter the odds you have been given

The calculator automatically calculates your profit and return

Your potential returns and profit will appear. It is ideal for calculating new potential returns when one of your selections in a multiple bet doesn't win - you can immediately get updated information. This is helpful when you are trying to keep track of multiple selections in a Lucky 15 bet for example.

How are Betting Odds Calculated

Bookmakers employ people to produce odds that closely represent the chance of an outcome. They have to account for all the things that could influence this outcome plus factor in the money that is likely to be placed on it. Then they factor in a percentage so the bookie can make a profit over time.

What is a Lucky 15?

A Lucky 15 is a 4 -selection wager consisting of 15 bets: 4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and one four-fold accumulator. The 15 part of its name comes from the overall number of bets and the lucky part refers to the often-offered bonus applied if all selections win. One winner gives you a return in a win Lucky 15 and one placed horse will give you a return in an e/w Lucky 15. Bonuses for just one winner or for a full house of four winning selections will vary between bookies if applied.

What is a Heinz Bet?

A Heinz bet is made up of 57 bets across 6 selections - 20 trebles, 15 doubles, 15 four-folds, 6 five-folds and 1 six-fold accumulator. It is named after the 57 varieties Heinz company slogan! With 57 bets, it's easy to see why you need a calculator here. You will get some form of return if 2 or more selections win.

How does a Heinz Bet Work?

A £1 Heinz costs £57 although you can place this bet for a much smaller unit stake, a 10p Heinz would cost you £5.70 or if placed as an each way Heinz for a 10p unit stake it would cost £11.40 ( 10p x 114 bets ). You have 57 bets, but the six-fold accumulator is clearly where you can earn the largest pay-out and this bet is very popular with each way punters. It can be more costly than a normal accumulator due to the increased amount of bets placed, but you are still in the game if some of your predictions don't materialise.