A Heinz bet is made up of 57 bets of equal value over multiple events such as doubles, trebles and four-folds. The full setup can be seen below:
- 15 Doubles
- 10 Trebles
- 15 Four-Folds
- 6 Five-Folds
- 1 Six-Fold Accumulator
Heinz Bet Examples
Below, you’ll see an example of a horse racing Heinz bet with Betfair, who are a great betting site to use if you’re not already signed up with them. They make it easy to find their Heinz bet section, and as long as you include six selections, then you’ll see the Heinz bet option available to you.
Pictured below is an example of a football Heinz bet with bet365. If you’re not already signed up with bet365, then you should certainly consider doing so, as they have a site that is easy to navigate around, as well as having a great sign-up offer that new customers can benefit from. With a sizeable amount in free bets on offer when they meet a certain qualifying criteria, this could be the ideal opportunity to form a Heinz bet.
How To Calculate A Heinz Bet
To calculate a bet that consists of so many separate bets, it can be difficult to work out your potential winnings, especially with a Heinz bet.
An example of a £1 Heinz bet can be found below. For this example, we’ll say that each selection involved is at odds of 3/1.
- 0 wins – £0 return with a loss of -£57
- 1 win – £0 return with a loss of -£57
- 2 wins – £16 return with a loss of -£41
- 3 wins – £112 return with a profit of £55
- 4 wins – £608 return with a profit of £551
- 5 wins – £3,104 return with a profit of £3,047
- 6 wins – £15,600 return with a profit of £15,543
How To Place A Heinz Bet
It’s a relatively straightforward process to place a Heinz bet. But we’re here to help if you struggle. Follow our step-by-step guide on how to place a Heinz bet with bet365.
- Click here to be directed to the operator’s site.
- Log into your account with the username and password you created when signing up to bet365. The required button will be coloured yellow, as shown in the picture below.
- For this example, we’ll look to place a Heinz bet on horse racing, so we’ll select the ‘Horse Racing’ tab from the left-hand menu.
- We’ll then choose six selections from separate races to include in our Heinz bet.
- Click the ‘Show More Multiples’ button at the bottom of the betslip. This will allow you to see all of the multiples bets that are available with the number of selections that you’ve included.
- Scroll down to the ‘Heinz’ section, which is clearly labelled on bet365’s site.
- Enter your stake into the box adjacent to the Heinz section. Remember that any stake you enter into this box will be multiplied by 57, as 57 bets are covered in this type of bet.
- Click the ‘Place Bet’ button once you’re happy with the stake and selections.
What’s The Difference Between A Heinz Bet & A Super Heinz Bet?
As we’ve mentioned before, a Heinz bet consists of 57 bets in total. Whereas a Super Heinz consists of 120 separate bets of equal value. Below, we’ve listed you with the full breakdown of a Super Heinz bet. It’s important to remember that to make a Super Heinz bet, you’ll have to make seven betting selections, as opposed to the six betting selections included in a Heinz bet.
- 21 Doubles
- 35 Trebles
- 35 Four-Folds
- 21 Five-Folds
- 7 Six-Folds
- 1 Seven-Fold Accumulator
Heinz Bet or Lucky 63?
There isn’t too much of a difference between a Heinz bet and a Lucky 63 bet. The only difference is that a Lucky 63 bet includes each betting selection as a single, as well as all the different combinations that a Heinz bet does.
There are 57 separate bets involved in a Heinz Bet, but a Lucky 63 bet has you guessed it, 63 selections included, as you’re adding in the single bets, which aren’t included in a Heinz bet.
Once again, it’s important to remember that a Lucky 63 bet will see your stake multiplied by 63, as you’re covering 63 separate bets, which is one of the slight negatives with this type of bet, as some punters might be priced out of this, depending on the budget they have for betting.
Is A Heinz Bet Worth It?
A Heinz bet can be worth it for punters, although that can depend on the odds involved in a bettor’s Heinz bet. Some punters might not have a considerable amount of funds, so it might not be worth placing a Heinz bet, as the returns wouldn’t be worth it unless the punter is lucky enough to have winning selections for sizeable odds.
With any type of bet, it’s hugely important to gamble responsibly, and with funds that you can afford to lose. A Heinz bet is no different, and if anything, there should be added awareness of gambling responsibly with this type of bet, as whatever your stake is, it’ll be multiplied by 57, as that’s how many separate bets are included.
- Can be a sizeable profit with multiple bets covered.
- Odds dependent, you can see a big return from a relatively small stake.
- The stake can be much more than standard single, double, treble and accumulator bets.
- More risk is involved as you need at least two selections to win to see a return of some funds.