What is LUCKY 15 BET?
The Lucky 15 betting derives its name from the fact that it comprises of 15 different bets on a total of four selections. As we have come across before in our guide, the inclusion of singles means this is a full coverage bet. You only need to have one winner included to see some return on your initial stake.
Let’s begin with answering before we move on, here is a quick definition that will answer the question, what is a Lucky 15 bet?
To place a Lucky 15 bet, you must choose four applicable selections and choose your stake per line (note the combined number of selections is 15, so the total stake is 15 x unit stake/stake per line).
Once you have done your homework on a day’s racing or a particular race meeting, the Lucky 15 is a good way of combining selections and covering all permutations to give you the best chance of earning a profit if you are successful.
WIN LUCKY 15
As we have discussed previously in our guide, starting prices can help determine whether or not a ‘win only’ or an ‘each-way’ Lucky 15 is the best option when placing your bet.
When you have selected your four horses for this bet, if they are all well fancied for their races and therefore relatively short in the betting, it is probably best to go with a win only Lucky 15. As with all multiple bet types, the more winners you can pack into your bet, the higher the profits will soar!
With the Lucky 15, the dream ticket is to have four winners. In this case, the fourfold line of the bet clicks and you will be looking at a handsome return.
Let’s take a Lucky 15 bet example of a win only bet on racing at Sedgefield:
EACH-WAY LUCKY 15
As with other multiples, the each-way option means you could see a good return on the initial stake simply by selecting four horses that are placed in their respective races.
Lots of punters will deploy an each-way Lucky 15, for example, on the Cheltenham Festival or at Royal Ascot to combine their main fancies across the entire four/five days of the meeting.
However, the nature of a Lucky 15 means that there are also many stopping points between the £30 stake and the jackpot payout that your bet could return.
For example, if all four horses are placed, the bet would pay you £1632.50, ensuring you have a profit of more than £1600 for one bet on the Cheltenham Festival.
When you are using selections at a variety of starting prices such as in Lucky 15 as explained above, you may want to consider going online to find a Lucky 15 Bet Calculator. A Bet Calculator Lucky 15 will outline the exact returns your bet will provide, depending on how many legs are successful.
You can of course use Lucky 15 betting to combine applicable selections across any and all sports covered that you wish to bet on.
In a Lucky 15 football bet, for example, you could choose to select four first goalscorers in Premier League matches and combine them. At decent odds, this form of Lucky 15 betting can sometimes bring about significant returns for relatively small initial outlays.
Lucky 15 Bet - FAQ:
Question 1: What Is A Lucky 15 Bet?
The Lucky 15 is named as such because of the fact it is made up of 15 different bets from a total of four selections.
The inclusion of singles in the Lucky 15 is what makes it unique but is also guarantees full coverage. You only need one winning selection to see a return on your initial stake.
Question 2: Is A Lucky 15 A Good Bet?
If you believe that the majority of your selections will win, the Lucky 15 will increase your chances of a positive return.
Usually with slightly higher odds per selection, the four single bets help offer a safety net to an extent – though a Lucky 15 is usually a higher stake, higher reward type of bet.
Question 3: How Do You Place A Lucky 15 Bet With 888sport?
Add your four selections to your bet slip and then click on the permutations tab. From there, add your stake to the singles, doubles, trebles and accumulator section of the slip.
For example, if you want to place a £1 Lucky 15, that is a total of £15. You will be placing four singles (£4), 6 doubles (£6), four trebles (£4) and one accumulator (£1). It is as simple as that.
Question 4: Can You Do An Each Way Lucky 15 Bet?
Of course, you can! Follow the same steps as in the section above, but instead, simply select the each way box next to each permutation.
So if you want to place a £15 wager, you’d essentially be placing a 50p each way Lucky 15. Ultimately, that give you four singles (£4), 6 doubles (£6), four trebles (£4) and a four-fold accumulator (£1).
Question 5: When Is A Lucky 15 The Best Option?
A Lucky 15 bet is usually the best option when you feel that the majority of your selections are priced at longer odds yet are particularly confident that at least one of the picks will win.
With the Yankee covering the accumulator, trebles and doubles but not the singles, players should consider the Lucky 15 with longer stakes to cover losses should only one selection come in.