Lucky enough to have won on a Lucky 15 bet? Work out what you have won with our Lucky 15 calculator.
To calculate your winnings, simply use our free Lucky 15 bet calculator below – entering the results of your four selections, preferred odds format and total stake – we’ll then work out your total return and total profits. Easy!
Use our Lucky 15 bet calculator now and work out your winnings:
- 1 Lucky 15 Bet Calculator – Step By Step Guide
- 2 How to Use the Lucky 15 bet Calculator – Video Guide
- 3 Frequently Asked Questions About Lucky 15s
- 3.1 What is a Lucky 15?
- 3.2 Lucky 15 Video Guide
- 3.3 How Can I Work Out My Winnings on a Lucky 15?
- 3.4 Can I Work Out a Lucky 15 Manually?
- 3.5 Can You Do An Each-Way Lucky 15 Bet?
- 3.6 What are The Benefits of a Lucky 15?
- 3.7 Which Sports Can You Do a Lucky 15 For?
- 3.8 How to Place a Lucky 15 Bet?
- 4 Popular Questions
- 4.1 How many winners do you need for a return on a Lucky 15?
- 4.2 What happens if you have a non-runner in a Lucky 15?
- 4.3 Do you get a bonus on a Lucky 15?
- 4.4 How do you calculate a Lucky 15?
- 4.5 What Betting Betting Companies Accept Lucky 15 Bets?
- 4.6 bet365 Racing
- 4.7 888 Racing
- 4.8 Betfred Racing
- 4.9 Coral Racing
- 4.10 Mr Green Racing
- 4.11 Ladbrokes Racing
- 4.12 William Hill Horse Racing
- 4.13 Unibet Racing
- 4.14 BetVictor Racing
- 5 Summary of Lucky 15 Bet Calculator
- 6 Betting Calculators
Lucky 15 Bet Calculator – Step By Step Guide
Here is the step by step guide how to use the Lucky 15 bet calculator:
- Make sure that “Lucky 15” is selected on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
- The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 4 selections
- Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection, either “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”, “Dead Heat”, “Void” or “Non-runner”
- Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection like “6/1”, “12/1”, “15/2” (you can choose your odds format – such as decimal or fractional)
- Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet, such as “£1”, “£3”, “£8” (if you prefer you can select “Total Combined Stake”)
- The Lucky 15 bet Calculator will then work out total outlay, total return and total profit
Simply enter the above information into the table below and work out your total return and total profits now:
How to Use the Lucky 15 bet Calculator – Video Guide
Here’s a video explaining how to use our state-of-the-art Lucky 15 bet calculator to work out your total return:
Frequently Asked Questions About Lucky 15s
Here are the most popular questions we get asked:
What is a Lucky 15?
So, exactly what is a Lucky 15 bet? It is a popular type of horse racing bet – although it can be used on all forms of sports betting.
The term stems from the fact that the bet encompasses 15 separate bets, that come together to make up one main bet called a Lucky 15.
Unlike an accumulator bet not all of your selections have to win or be placed, this means by placing a Lucky 15, you automatically increase your chances of getting a return. It is also a fun bet and a firm favourite with punters all over the world.
To place this type of bet, you’ll need to choose 4 selections. From this the 15 bets are created, they are broken down as follows:
- 4 x singles
- 6 x doubles
- 4 x trebles
- 1 x fourfold accumulator
The more horses or selections that win, the bigger the returns.
Lucky 15 Video Guide
This video below explain how a Lucky 15 bet works in more detail:
How Can I Work Out My Winnings on a Lucky 15?
It can be tricky with so many different elements to work out (your total return will depend on your total stake of course) but fear not we have done the hard work so just use our Lucky 15 bet calculator today. All you need to do is enter your stake, results and places and we will do all the work.
Can I Work Out a Lucky 15 Manually?
Yes, if you want to work out a Lucky 15 bet manually here is a formula:
- Add 2 points onto any winning odds selection (i.e. 5-1 =7, 12-1=14)
- Multiply the points together for how many winners you have (i.e. 3-1 winner and 4-1 winner = 5×6=30 points)
- Minus one point off the total points
- Multiply these points by your stake
- The total winnings are now worked out for your returns
For example, if you placed a correct score Lucky 15 bet with a unit stake of £1 (total stake £15) and all your selections were priced at 6/1, here’s what you could expect…
- 1 winner and 3 losers would return £7, giving you a loss of £8
- 2 winners and 2 losers would return £63, giving you a profit of £48
- 3 winners and 1 loser would return £511, giving you a profit of £496
- 4 winners and 0 losers would return £4095, giving you a profit of £4080
As you can see, there is potential to get great returns from a 15 bet, while still having that little reassurance that you could still get a decent return even if some of your selections lose. So, instead of placing an accumulator, why not try a Lucky 15 for your next bet?
As you can see, the bets above add up to 15, therefore your unit stake will be multiplied by 15 to make up the total stake for your bet. For example, a 10p Lucky 15 bet will cost you a total of £1.50.
If you are feeling lucky – maybe try this bet today? It is one of the most popular with the teams here.
Can You Do An Each-Way Lucky 15 Bet?
Yes, it’s also possible to do an each-way Lucky 15 bet, but as your stake is doubled with each-way bets, the same applies to a Lucky 15. Therefore a 10p each-way Lucky 15 bet will be £3, whilst a 10p win one would be £1.50.
Each way lucky 15s are more difficult to work out your winnings because you have the win-win and place-place bets to calculate.
Luckily our free bet calculator for Lucky 15s works for each way bets as well – s0 do all the heavy lifting for you – and work out all potential returns for your placed bets.
What are The Benefits of a Lucky 15?
The benefit of a Lucky 15 bet is that they don’t all have to win to get a return.
It’s happened to all of us – we’ve put on an accumulator, all is going well and then there always seems to be that one selection that lets us down!
If that sound’s all too familiar, maybe it’s a time change things up a little by trying out a Lucky 15 bet.
It’s a very popular Saturday afternoon bet – obviously, the more that place or win the better – but it means your bet is active to the end.
Which Sports Can You Do a Lucky 15 For?
There’s a common misconception that Lucky 15 bets are reserved for racing or greyhounds, but that’s just not true. There’s nothing special about this style of betting, it is essentially a Yankee bet, but with the addition of 4 singles – therefore, you can place a Lucky 15 on anything you like.
You can even mix it up. So you could, in theory, have a horse race, tennis match, football and rugby.
Football Lucky 15s
Lucky 15s on football betting is very popular.
Why not try to pick out 4 draws, or try choosing correct scores or first goal scorers?
If you do this, you’ll find that you can make a healthy profit, even if only 2 of your selections win.
Don’t forget to use our Lucky 15 calc to work out your winning as well.
Horse Racing Lucky 15s
The most popular bets on lucky 15s are the win wagered on horse racing.
With many online bookmakers offering double the odds or even triple the odds you only need to get one of the four horses to get their head in front for profit.
How to Place a Lucky 15 Bet?
Here is a step by step guide on how to place Lucky 15 Bet:
- Choose four racehorses you want to bet on
- Add all 4 selections (four selections) to your betting slip
- Look under the ‘multiple’ segment and tick ‘Lucky 15’
- Enter the stake that you want to bet (bear in mind your stake will be multiplied by 15)
- Double-check your choices and click ‘place bets’ if you are betting online or hand to a cashier at a betting shop
And don’t forget if you win to use our Lucky fifteen calculator (Lucky 15 cal) to work out your profit and winnings.
How many winners do you need for a return on a Lucky 15?
You only need one selection to win to guarantee a return.
The more you have the better of course and a greater return – but just one winner or place will see you get a return.
Many punters ask “Do all horses have to win on a Lucky 15?” and as the bet includes singles unlike a Yankee then one winner or placed selection can get you a return.
Use our Lucky 15 calculator (free) to work out your winning as well.
What happens if you have a non-runner in a Lucky 15?
You will be pleased to know that if you have a non-runner in a Lucky 15 is that your bet will still go ahead with the other three selections.
When placing Lucky 15s and one of your selections is a non-runner the bet will stand on any remaining selections. This means any single bets on non-runners will be void. The Double bets that contain a non-runner will become Singles, Treble bets become Doubles and the Accumulator will now be a Treble.
The lucky fifteen bets will still stand and go ahead but it will be calculated removing the non-runner, obviously, the number of multiple bets will also be decreased, a rule 4 won’t necessarily be applied.
Do you get a bonus on a Lucky 15?
Yes, it depends on the bookmaker but they often double the odds or even treble odds – if you only get one winner (sometimes called a bonus one winner consolation).
Here is a list of bonuses available for the various sports betting brands:
- Betfred Lucky 15 Bonus – is treble the odds for 1 winner and 10% added for 4 winners
- Ladbrokes Lucky 15 Bonus – is double the odds for 1 winner and 10% added for 4 winners
- The BetVictor Lucky 15 bonus – are for double the odds for 1 winner and a 10% additional bonus added for all 4 winners on your Lucky 15 bet
- William Hill Lucky 15 Bonus – is double the odds for 1 winner and 10% added for 4 winners
- Unibet Lucky 15 Bonus – is double the odds for one winner and 10% added for four winners
- The Coral Lucky 15 bonus – is for double the odds for 1 winner and a 10% additional bonus added for all 4 winners on your Lucky 15 bet
- Paddy Power Lucky 15 – offer no bonus or consolation is offered, so we do not recommend for Lucky 15s
- Bet365 Lucky 15 offer – no bonus or consolation is offered, so we do not recommend for Lucky 15s
It’s always good practice to compare Lucky 15 bonuses to make sure you get the best deals available.
This can vary from bookie to bookie, check out our full guide to all betting sites and see which one works for you.
How do you calculate a Lucky 15?
The easiest way is to use our free Lucky 15 calculator, you can work it out yourself but it can complicated.
What Betting Betting Companies Accept Lucky 15 Bets?
There are plenty of sportsbook sites that enable you to place this type of bet so it’s worth looking out for if you join a new betting site.
Some of them also have their own Lucky 15 calculators – such as the Ladbrokes Lucky 15 calculator, Betfred Lucky 15 calculator – so you need never worry about how to work out a Lucky 15 manually!
Here is a list of the best horse racing betting websites that offer Lucky 15 bets:
Summary of Lucky 15 Bet Calculator
Use our Lucky 15 Bet Calculator (Lucky 15 calc) today to work out your winnings. It’s simple, it’s easy and free!
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