Yankee Bet Calculator

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

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

Use our Yankee Bet Calculator now and work out your winnings:

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Total Return:

Total Profit:

How to Use the Yankee Bet Calculator

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

  1. Select “Union Jack Trebles” on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown?/??
  2. The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 9 selections
  3. Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection like “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”
  4. Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection like “9/1”, “12/1”, “15/2”
  5. Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet like “£1”, “£21”, “£15”
  6. The Union Jack Trebles bet Calculator will work out total outlay, total return and total profit

Yankee Bet Calculator

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most popular questions we get asked:

What is a Yankee Bet?

A Yankee bet is a multiple bet that enables you to cover all angles. Unlike an accumulator, you will still be able to enjoy winnings even if a result doesn’t go your way. This bet type consists of four selections and 11 bets.

If you place a £1 win-only bet, it will cost you £11 in total. But there are more ways to win.

Placing this bet is simple when you use online bookmakers. So how does the bet break down into simpler terms?

Yankee Bet Breakdown

The famous bet is one that provides different ways to win. That’s because it’s not a mere accumulator, instead it involves doubles, trebles and a four-fold.

To be precise it has:

If you win all, then you will enjoy a bigger total as all 11 bets will come in. If one result loses, you can still enjoy a nice profit. These types of bets are often used for horse-racing, football and many other sports.

Yankee Bet Explanation

A Yankee bet is a total of 11 bets which include 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a 4 fold accumulator.

A very similar bet in horse racing is a lucky 15 bet which is the same as a Yankee with 4 additional single bets included.

Check out our What is a Yankee Bet Guide to all information surrounding this type of horse racing bet.

How does a Yankee payout?

For a Yankee bet to return winnings you need two selections to win.

The amount of betting returns from a Horse Racing Yankee bet depends on the number of selections which win and the odds of each one.

In horse racing, you can place each way Yankee bet where you only need two selections to place for a return.

How to Place the Bet

One thing that many newcomers worry about, is how to place a particular bet. First of all, ensure that you understand how the bet works by using our breakdown. Then it is a simple case of logging into your favourite bookmaker with the best prices.

From there, it is easy. Find your four selections and as you look to wager, select the multiple bets. When doing so, you should see a range of different multiple bets that the site offers.

Look for a Yankee bet, you can then stake on it. Remember, that your stake will be multiplied by 11, as there are that many bets in total.

If you have any issues, contact their official support team or check whether or not they have the bet type available.

Calculating the Winnings

Calculating the winnings involves working out the odds of each result that wins.

Then working out how many doubles and trebles you have won.

If you win all selections simply check the maximum potential win amount, as you would have reached that.

The best way to calculate a complex bet of this kind is to use our Yankee Bet Calculator which works out all potential returns whether you have 2 selections, 3 selections or all 4 selections winning.

Why Make a Yankee Bet

It’s a great way to use a multiple bet without going overboard. It helps control the risk and reward factor.

There are more ways to win and if one selection loses, you still enjoy a good reward. Obviously, the stake is bigger but the Yankee Bet is popular for a reason!


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