The Heinz bet calculator can work out your winnings on your winning Heinz bet, this means you’ll know what to expect back from the bookies. It’s free, mobile-friendly and easy to use, check it out today.
If you have won on your Heinz bet you can work out your winning using our calculator, just enter the odds, finishing positions and your stake and the calculator will do all the work.
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- 1 How to Use the Heinz Bet Calculator
- 2 Frequently Asked Questions
- 3 Summary of the Heinz Bet Calculator
- 4 Betting Calculators
How to Use the Heinz Bet Calculator
- Make sure that on the bet calculator “Heinz” is selected on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
- The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 6 selections
- Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection, either “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”, “Dead Heat”, “Void” or “Non-runner”
- Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection, such as “2/1”, “12/1”, “7/2” (you can choose your odds format – such as decimal or fractional)
- Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet, such as “£2”, “£4”, “£8” (if you prefer you can select “Total Combined Stake”)
- The Heinz bet calculator will then work out the total outlay (total stake), total return and total profit
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the most popular questions we get asked:
What is a Heinz Bet?
A Heinz is a multiple bet that consists of 6 selections and 57 bets in total. It includes doubles, trebles, four-folds, five-folds and a six-folds. Ultimately, having the stake spread across numerous types of bets gives you more chance of a return.
The six selections can be taking part in different events – such as racing, tennis, football and rugby.
In addition to offering more opportunity to win, it will cost you more on the stake. For a chance of winning a profit, you will need to have a minimum of two selections that win or play (if you have placed an each way version).
Where Does The Name Come From in a Heinz Bet?
The name Heinz makes you think of the sauce and food company. You’d be right to think of that, this bet was named after them. Heinz often treat the number 57 as a lucky number and due to this bet having 57 legs, it was appropriate to name it a Heinz bet.
Can You Explain a Heinz Bet?
Like many multiple bets, the Heinz bet provides a range of bet types. It’s a common horse racing bet type but can also be used for other sports. Even though you only make six selections, the Heinz bet will spread the stake across 57 bets.
A Heinz bet consists of:
- It entails six selections
- Spread over 57 bets
- It is known as a full cover bet
When placing a Heinz bet you will be betting on:
- 15 x doubles
- 20 x doubles
- 15 x four-fold
- 6 x five-fold
- 1 x six-fold accumulator
In order to be able to enjoy a return from this bet, you will need a minimum of two picks to win (or place on an each-way version). There are no single bets, meaning that you need more than one result to collect. Also, even if two are correct, you may not profit – that will obviously depend on the odds.
If there is a late withdrawal and a rule 4, dead heat or void – the bet calculator can also work out that! Plus don’t forget you can choose your preffred odds format – especially good if betting on Americian decimal racing .
How Can You Work A Heinz Bet Manually?
Bets of this nature can be difficult to calculate. The best way to calculate the winnings that you have earned is to use an official bet calculator at the top of this page.
The highest return will match that of a six-fold accumulator. The difference is, when you place an accumulator, just one wrong prediction will cost you the return. A Heinz bet requires a bigger stake but if some bets do not win, you may still enjoy a good return.
Overall you will win more due to the add-on bets that extend further than just an accumulator.
How to Place a Heinz Bet
Don’t be put off by the number of bets. Despite there being 57 bets and six selections, it’s a simple bet to place.
Follow these easy-to-follow steps to place a Heinz bet online:
- Find the bookmaker with the best odds, we displayed some great bettings offers and welcome bonuses from great betting sites on our other pages, these bookies have great perks such as best odds guaranteed and live streaming as well.
- Choose six betting selections and results that you wish to predict.
- Then pick multiple bet options and select the stake for a “Heinz bet”.
It is that simple. You will often have the option to click into the Heinz bet box and input the stake. If you have any issues, then simply contact the bookmaker’s live chat.
If you are placing a Heinz Bet in a betting shop near you then all you did is fill in the relevant betting slip and hand it to a cashier.
If you are looking for a betting shop close to you we list lots of local UK betting shops below:
- William Hill betting shops
- Ladbrokes betting shops
- Paddy Power betting shops
- Betfred betting shops
- Coral betting shops
These pages have useful info such as addresses and opening times.
What is an Example of a Heinz Bet?
Displaying an example of this bet isn’t simple – with over 57 bets! You need at least two bets to win, for you to get a return. Here, we show you an example of possible profits. We do this with a fictional horse racing bet that we have placed, merely to show you how it works.
Each horse is priced at 2.00.
- 0 selection wins – £0 return with a profit of -£57
- 1 selection wins – £0 return with a profit of -£57
- 2 selection wins – £8 return with a profit of -£49
- 3 selection wins – £56 return with a profit of -£1
- 4 selection wins – £304 return with a profit of £247
- 5 selection wins – £1552 return with a profit of £1,495
- 6 selection wins – £7,300 return with a profit of £7,243
This shows you how you can win on some selections, yet still be at a loss.
Can I Do An Each Way Bet with A Heinz?
If you’re betting on racing, then it’s possible to place an each-way bet. This will then turn 47 bets into 114. If your horse places, then you still have a chance of winning a lesser amount, by placing an each-way, it will double the stake too.
Summary of the Heinz Bet Calculator
A Heinz adds an exciting element to your horse betting, not only are you punting on a six-fold accumulator, but you are spreading the stake with 56 other bets (57 varieties of bets in total). This will allow you more chances to win and you could win huge amounts.
Be aware that this means that you will need to lay-down more initially. If you put a £1 stake in then it will cost a total of £57.
Calculating your winnings is also super easy using our bet calculator, as explained above enter the selections taking part, the results, the odds and your stake total – it will then work out your total returns.
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