Heinz Flag Bet Calculator

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Use our Heinz Flag Bet calculator to work out your winnings now.

If you have won on your Heinz Flag you’ll want to work out what you’ve won – we’ve made that easy with our free, mobile-friendly Heinz Flag bet calculator.

To calculate your winnings, simply use our free bet calculator below – enter the results of your six selections, your preferred odds format, the settings odds and total stake – we’ll then work out your total return and total profits.

Use our Heinz Flag calculator now and work out your winnings:

Enter Bet Details
# Outcome Odds Place Odds
Place Odds
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Total Outlay:

Total Return:

Total Profit:

How to Use the Heinz Flag Bet Calculator

Here is the step by step guide how to use the free bet calculator:

  1. Select “Heinz Flag” on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
  2. The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 6 selections
  3. Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection such as “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”, “Void”, “Non-runner”, “Dead-heat”
  4. Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection for example “2/1”, “8/1”, “4/1”
  5. Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet like “£60”, “£5”, “£12”
  6. The Heinz Flag Calculator will work out total outlay, total return and total profit

As you can see, you simply enter the bet details and it does all the hard work!

Heinz Flag Bet

Frequently Asked Questions about  Heinz Flag

Here are the most popular questions we get asked:

What is a Heinz Flag Bet?

A Heinz Flag bet is with 6 different picks and totals 87 bets.

The 87 bets consist of :

  • 15 x Doubles
  • 20 x Trebles
  • 15 x Four Fold accumulators
  • 6 x Five Fold accumulators
  • 1 x Six Fold Accumulator
  • 15 x Single Stake About Bets in pairs

It is similar to a Heinz Bet with the added 15 pairs of Single Stake About Bets.

The bets can take part in different events.

Are Heinz Flag Bets Worth It?

Heinz Flag bets are a good bet and worth it if you like to choose a lot of picks and have lots of permutations of them.

The equally divided each-way bet is popular as it returns money even if only one horse gets a place.

Which Bookmakers Accept a Heinz Flag?

The Heinz Flag bets are not the most popular, in comparison to Lucky 15s, Yankees and patents, which are more well known.

The most popular bookmakers who wager Heinz Flag bets are:

How to Place a Heinz Flag Bet?

Here is a step by step guide on how to place Heinz Flag Bet:

  1. Choose six racehorses or sporting events you want to bet on
  2. Add all 6 selections to your betting slip
  3. Look under the ‘multiple’ segment and tick ‘Heinz Flag’
  4. Enter the amount that you want to wager (bear in mind your stake will be multiplied by 87)
  5. Double-check your choices and click ‘place bets’

If you don’t bet using online betting sites check out our horse betting sites reviews today where we look at the best ones around – which have a full variety of betting payment methods, race betting apps, live streaming and more perks.

If you prefer to place your Heinz Flag bet in a traditional betting shop, we list all the main UK bookies and their nearest shops around.

Do All Picks Have To Win on a Heinz Flag?

All picks do not have to win for you to receive a return on a Heinz Flag.

You only need one winner or even one placed horse if you bet on an each-way Heinz Flag bet.

Don’t forget to check out my British racecourses guides before placing a bet and remember to stay ahead of the competition by looking at tomorrow’s racecards nice and early.

As the Heinz Flag bet includes 15 SSA bets you only need 1 selection to win or place to guarantee a return.

Summary of Super Heinz Flag Bet

The Heinz Flag is a large bet type totalling 87 different bets.

As only one selection needs to win or place (if selecting an each-way version) out of six then the chances of a return are very high.

Try to make sure you utilise the best odds guaranteed bookies to maximise your chance of large winnings.

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