Heinz Bet Calculator

The Heinz bet is named after the 57 types of Heinz product, and is a full-cover bet which includes all the multiples.


18+ | New UK Customers only | Min bet £10 | Match max £25 free bet | Min of 3 selections in accumulator | Min odds per seleciton 7/10 (1.70) | Free bet stake not returned | Full T&Cs apply


New Customers only. Up to £100 in Bet Credits. Sign up, deposit £5 or more to your account and bet365 will match your qualifying deposit in Bet Credits when you place qualifying bets to the same value and they are settled. Min odds/bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. T&Cs, time limits & exclusions apply.

100% UP TO £50

New Customers only; Min. deposit £15 (no Skrill/Neteller); Use bonus code SCORE10; Bonus amount is 100% of deposit up to £50; Offer can be claimed once per household; Wager the qualifying deposit and bonus amount 5x within 30 days to convert bonus winnings into real money; Wagers must be on min. odds of 4/5 on singles or acca bets with min. odds of 2/5 per selection to qualify; Max. stake contribution to wagering requirement is the value of your bonus; Certain bet types are excluded; 18+; Full T&Cs apply.

This means that there is everything from doubles up to a single six fold accumulator. When choosing such a bet, this means you have six selections, which generate 57 bets overall. If you want to see a Heinz bet in practice, fill out the Heinz calculator to weigh up your options.

The profit is huge – potentially around £776,000. However, the chances of hitting this kind of figure is incredibly high. What you should do before placing the bet in real time is use the calculator to experiment with various figures. For example, if you set all of the outsiders to lose, you will still be £100 in profit.

This may sound easy, but don’t get carried away – the stakes are high with a Heinz bet. If you bet at £1 a bet, you’ll be setting yourself back by £57. The minimum per bet is usually around 10p, and this can still net you some pretty decent profits. Just enter the figure into the calculator and check out the results. As with all full cover bets, the Heinz allows you the option to reduce the risk of a multiple while still being able to aim for the glory of a low stake combined with a high profit.

To break it down, the Heinz consists of 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfold accumulators, six fivefold accumulators and one sixfold accumulator. To get a return, two or more selections have to be successful, and if you want an each way Heinz, this will cost £114. In some ways, it’s like an accumulator bet, but there are more chances to see a return on the money you have staked. The biggest proportion of potential overall winnings can be won in the sixfold accumulator if you have six selections which win. The benefit here is that lesser combinations, such as three, four or five winning selections, will mean you’re already building up payouts.

While the initial stake is higher for a Heinz than it is for an accumulator, you still see returns on your money if a few selections don’t turn out the way you wanted or expected. Heinz can be used for each-way bets, and it’s suggested to do so if some or all of your selections have slightly longer prices within the horse racing context, or if they’re not particularly favourable. By using this method, you can ensure your profit will be large if all your selections make it, and you will also collect the win-only doubles and trebles if you have two or three winners in the bet.

It’s possible to use the Heinz bet on most of the betting sports you can imagine. Newbies should use a Heinz bet calculator to see how large of a stake they want to place at the outset, as well as view the potential returns. This can help with a decision about whether this type of bet is right for them.

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