Treble Bet Calculator

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

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

Use our Treble Bet calculator now and work out your winnings:

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How to Use the Treble Bet Calculator

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

  1. Select “Treble” on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
  2. The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 3 picks
  3. Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection such as “Winner”, “Placed”, “Void”, “Non-runner”
  4. Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection such as “9/1” and “12/1”
  5. Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet like “£10”, “£200”, “£50”
  6. The Treble calculator will work out total outlay, total return and total profit

Treble Bet Calculator

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most popular questions we get asked:

What is a Treble Bet?

It’s a simple one to understand and can be enjoyed by beginners and advanced punters alike.

It is one win-only bet and if any of the selections lose (or are unplaced), the entire bet loses, and you will not get to a return.

This multiple bet has three selections, one bet and combined odds.

Rather than a simple single bet, you can add another two selections, essentially adding to the potential returns. That also means that there is more risk to this bet.

Treble Bet Explained

A Treble bet is popular with many punters. If you want to accumulate great odds and winnings, then combining your picks could work well. As already mentioned, it will bring more risk. That’s because if two selections win and one does not, your entire bet will get lost.

Here are some key points to note:

  • It has three selections
  • It is one bet
  • If one loses, the whole bet has no return
  • All must win (or be placed if each way)
  • It adds the returns and odds together plus more

The advantage of a treble over a single bet is that you’re offered an incentive for the extra risk.

Example of a Treble

If you place a treble on three selections that have the following odds – 3/1, 2/1 and 4/1 then you will receive better odds than if you placed the bet alone.

The sum would look like this- Returns = £5 * (3/1 + 1) * (2/1 + 1) * (4/1 + 1) = £300. It would equal a £295 profit.

How to Place a Treble

If placing a bet online, pick out the three events you wish to wager on then select “Treble”, after this choose your stake.

It is just one bet, meaning that if you stake a £1 win-only bet, it will cost you £1 as the total.

You can, of course, place this bet at your local bookmakers – or example William Hill betting shops or Ladbrokes betting shops – if you don’t have an online betting account. If you are looking for a new betting site be sure to check out our guides today.

Can You Bet Each Way on A Treble?

Most bets enable you to place an each-way bet and you can do this on a treble but it will become two bets. That means that although you have more chance of getting a return, it will also cost double the stake of a win-only treble.

Summary

An easy bet to understand a treble is one of the most popular bets placed. Simply select three selections with returns increased after each bet – be aware that one loser and the bet is over though!

Good luck with your bet and remember to gamble responsibly!

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