What is HEINZ BETTING?
A Heinz bet involves 57 different lines on a total of six individual selections. The bet takes its name from the ‘57 Varieties’ slogan that we see on the Heinz containers. As a consequence, it can sometimes be referred to as a Heinz 57 bet. So, the next time you are squeezing some tomato ketchup, remember this bet!
With the Heinz bet explained, it may also help to think of it as an accumulator bet, only with more chances to see a return on your money!
If you have six winning selections, the six-fold accumulator is the centre-piece of this bet that will earn you the biggest percentage of your overall winnings. However, every step you take closer to that combination, i.e. three, four or five winning selections, means you are already building up some payouts.
The initial stake is greater in this bet compared to an accumulator but, crucially, if you are let down by only or two selections you will still be seeing some returns on your money. Let’s take a Heinz bet example to further illustrate how you might use this bet.
As we have already demonstrated with other multiple bet types, the potential exists for sizable returns on relatively small stakes in this type of bet.
It is the same with Heinz bets. In the example above, the total return if all selections are successful would be more than £4k.
You can always use Heinz betting for each-way bets. A £1 each-way Heinz costs a total of £114. Once more, the suggestion is to go each-way on a Heinz bet if some, or all, of your selections are at slightly longer prices to win their races or they are not necessarily favourites to do so.
This ensures that you can see a handsome profit if all your selections make the frame, while you will also be collecting the win-only doubles and trebles should you manage to have two/three winners in the bet.
Depending on the number of winners, there are of course many potential win amounts for this bet. But it is worth noting that by just getting all six horses placed in the first three, the bet would return £1673.98.
HEINZ BETS ON OTHER SPORTS
The Heinz bet is popular on most sports that you can think of to bet on. If you are considering placing a Heinz bet for the first time, you could use a Heinz bet calculator to help determine the total initial stake you want to use and also the potential returns. This should help you decide if this is the correct bet for you.
In the scenario above, the initial stake of £57 could be more than doubled even with just three winning selections from the six shown.
Heinz Bet - FAQ:
Question 1: What Is A Heinz Bet?
A Heinz wager comprises of six selections that make up 57 different bets. In total, there are: 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-folds, six five-folds and a six-fold accumulator.
The main difference between the Heinz and the Lucky 63 is that the Heinz has no singles. The Lucky 63 gives full coverage while the Heinz bet, at a slightly lower stake, gives 57 bets with the singles being the only omission.
Question 2: Is A Heinz A Good Bet?
The Heinz bet is one of the more enjoyable multiple wagers. With so many permutations affecting the final outcome, it is exciting to keep track of the Heinz throughout the bet – no matter what sport.
It is a high reward, high risk wager though. The main negative is that punters often need to place a higher stake to cover 57 permutations but the reward can be massive.
Question 3: How Do You Place A Heinz Bet With 888sport?
Go to your chosen sport and choose your six selections. Once added to your bet slip, select the permutations tab on the slip and type in your ‘per bet’ stake in the Heinz section of the slip.
A £1 Heinz bet will cost you a total of £57 with 57 selections in the wager. Breaking the bet down, you will have 15 doubles (£15), 20 trebles (£20), 15 four-folds (£15), six five-folds (£6) and one six-fold accumulator (£1).
Question 4: Can You Do An Each Way Heinz Bet?
You certainly can. Placing an each way Heinz with 888sport is very easy indeed – just follow the same steps as described in question 3 but remember to tick the each way box next to each permutation.
Warning: if you want to spend £57, remember to make sure you put your stake in each box as 50p and tick the boxes. Don’t put £1 and then tick the boxes or your total stake (£57) will be doubles to £114.
Question 5: When Is A Heinz Bet The Best Option?
The Heinz bet can give punters a chance to win big but it is hard to land all 57 permutations. One or two longer prices often help to boost the maximum winnings but you will usually need two or three selections to win in order to make a profit.
Instead of a Lucky 63, punters could consider the Heinz – which is essentially the same but does NOT include the singles. Basically, it gives you 57 bets instead of 63 and a £1 line per permutation will cost you £57 instead.