A Super Heinz bet consists of 120 different bets in total, including doubles and trebles among others. This type of bet can sometimes lead to sizeable payouts (depending on the odds involved) for punters. Below, you can find the breakdown of a Super Heinz bet.
- 21 Doubles
- 35 Trebles
- 35 Four-Folds
- 21 Five-Folds
- 7 Six-Folds
- Seven-Fold Accumulator.
Super Heinz Bet Examples
Football is a popular choice of sport to place a Super Heinz bet on, especially with events taking place daily. It provides bettors with more insurance behind their multiples bet, as they’ll only need two selections to win to see a return of some funds. Below, you’ll find an example of a football Super Heinz bet on bet365, which is a great betting site to use for this type of bet, as they make the process extremely easy.
The example we’ve provided has a potential return of £728.42 based off a £1 stake on a Super Heinz bet.
Unsurprisingly, horse racing Super Heinz bets are common amongst punters, especially more experienced bettors that know what’s involved in this type of bet. Below, you’ll find an example of a horse racing Super Heinz bet with Sky Bet, which is a well-established bookmaker, with plenty of horse racing promotions for existing customers.
The example you’ll see below is for a £1 stake, which would have a potential return of £56,147.67 if all of the selections were to be settled as winners.
Basketball bets are growing increasingly popular amongst punters, as they look into different angles of betting, which includes statistical-based prop markets. Betfair are a great bookie to use for this, and you’ll find an example of a basketball Super Heinz bet with this operator.
The example below is for a £1 stake, which would return £1,434.92 if we were lucky enough to see all of our selections in the Super Heinz win.
How To Work Out A Super Heinz Bet
If you’re using fractions to display your odds with your chosen betting site, then it’s best to convert them into decimals to work out the potential returns of a Super Heinz bet. You can do this by dividing the top number by the bottom number, and then adding one to that number. An example of this would be the odds of 3/1 becoming 4.0.
To work out the potential returns of the doubles, trebles, four-folds, five-folds, six-folds, and the seven-fold, multiply each decimal odds together, and then you’ll be able to work out what your potential returns could be from the Super Heinz bet.
If you’re struggling to work out a Super Heinz bet, then you can use a Super Heinz Bet Calculator. This will make the process easy, as you only have to enter the odds of the betting selections in your Super Heinz, as well as which ones are winners, and which are losers.
What Is A Super Heinz Each Way Bet?
Like all each way bets, the amount of bets that are covered is double that of the standard bet that you’re looking to place. Therefore, an each way Super Heinz consists of 240 bets in total, as you’re covering the ‘place’ part of the selection.
If one of your betting selections place in a race, then the place selection in the Super Heinz bet would be settled as a winner, although the outright win part would be settled as a losing bet.
One of the obvious drawbacks of an each way Super Heinz is that the stake will be more expensive than other multiple bets, as you’re covering 240 bets in total, which is much more than other multiples that are available.
How To Place A Super Heinz On bet365
So, we’ve taken you through what a Super Heinz is, and how to work out the potential returns of a Super Heinz, but now you might be wondering, ‘how do you place a Super Heinz bet?’. Below, we’ve provided a step-by-step guide on how to place a Super Heinz bet with bet365, which is a great betting site to use for this type of bet, with everything being displayed by the bookmaker.
- Click here to be directed to the operator’s site.
- Log into your bet365 account with the username and password you created when signing up.
- For this example, we’ll look to place a horse racing Super Heinz bet, so we’ll select the ‘Horse Racing’ heading from the left-hand menu.
- Choose the seven betting selections you want to include to make up your Super Heinz.
- Click the ‘Show more multiples’ button on the betslip.
- Scroll down to the Super Heinz box, where you’ll enter your stake. Remember that the stake you enter into the box will be multiplied by 120, which covers the number of bets in a Super Heinz.
- Click the ‘Place Bets’ button, which is coloured green on bet365.
Why Place a Super Heinz?
The Super Heinz bet may seem complicated at first, but it can help increase potential returns on a larger scale than other bet types. We’re also a fan of this style of betting as it can be used on football and with the need for only two selections to win to see some returns, it’s a great option if you know how. But that’s not to say it doesn’t have negatives, a higher stake is often required and with the array of selections, it’s recommended that a Super Heinz is only really for more advanced punters.
- You only need two selections out of the seven to win to see a return of some funds.
- Potentially sizeable payouts if you’re lucky enough to see multiple winning selections.
- Higher stake is required as it covers 120 bets in total.
- Can be difficult to work out potential returns from a Super Heinz bet.