Accumulator Bet Calculator

Want to work out what you have won on your accumulator bet? Use our free bet calculator now and work out your winnings quickly and easily.

Our easy to use Accumulator Bet calculator will work out your winning return. Simply enter the details below including your preferred odds format, the number of selections, any Rule 4, finishing positions (win, place or dead heat) and your total stake. From that information, we will calculate your return & total profit.

The calculator is also mobile-friendly.

Use the free accumulator bet calculator now:

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Total Outlay:

Total Return:

Total Profit:

How to Use Our Accumulator Betting Calculator

Here is the step by step guide how to use the accumulator calculator:

  1. Select “Accumulator” on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
  2. Select ‘Number of Selections’ on the dropdown
  3. Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection like “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”
  4. Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection like “2/1”, “4/1”, “15/2”
  5. Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet like “£10”, “£20”, “£50”
  6. The Accumulator Betting Calculator will work out total outlay, total return and total profit

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Frequently Asked Questions About Accumulator Bets

Here are popular questions we get asked about this popular bet type:

What is an Accumulator Bet?

An accumulator bet is a bet containing at least four selections that are combined into one bet.

The odds of each choice are multiplied by the next one to give you the overall odds.

A benefit of an accumulator is that winnings are much higher, however, only a single selection must fail for the entire bet to lose.

Accumulators are one of the most popular horse racing betting types, as it means you can select a few horses and the excitement builds as your horses win or get placed. It is a popular racing choice.

How to Place an Accumulator Bet?

Here is a step by step guide on how to place an accumulator:

  1. Choose the horses you want to bet on.
  2. Add all selections to your betting slip.
  3. Look under the ‘multiple’ segment and there will be ‘accumulator’.
  4. Enter the sum that you want to stake.
  5. Double-check your choices and click ‘place bets’ or hand your slip to a cashier.

You can place this bet type both in traditional betting shops or with an online betting account.

Are Accumulator Bets Worth It?

Accumulator bets are certainly worth it if you want to win big.

However, many betting tipsters say that accumulator bets should be avoided because they are hard to win.

All selections need to win or to be placed, unlike a Lucky 15, Lucky 31, Lucky 63 and other types, where you only need one winner to make a return.

What is the Best Accumulator Bet?

The best accumulator bets are:

  1. Betfair Acca Edge
  2. Paddy Power Acca insurance
  3. Betvictor 5 Fold Acca Insurance
  4. William Hill Accumulator Insurance
  5. Ladbrokes Accumulator Insurance Bonus

The above are our favourites but much of it boils down to personal choice.

Do All Picks Have to Win on Accumulator?

An accumulator rolls all winnings onto the next selections so all picks have to win (or be placed if it’s an each-way version).

Some of the best online bookmakers offer an Acca insurance, this means if one selection loses they give you a free bet bonus – which is brilliant!

How is an Accumulator Bet Calculated?

Dealing with decimal odds is the easiest way to measure the return of an accumulator. When you change to decimal odds, the easiest way to figure out an accumulator’s odds is simply to add all the prices together.


A winning accumulator bet builds and builds, with the winnings from one selection being wagered on the next. These “acca bets” (as they are known for short) are known as “GO HARD OR GO HOME”; as the winning selections rollover and the potential returns rise, winnings can be impressive.

Using our simple free calculator to work out any potential returns – you simply enter your preferred odds format, the number of selections, the results and your stake. We then do all the work instantly showing your return & total profit!

Good luck with your bet and please remember to gamble responsibly!

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