Many people have a favourite type of bet, whether it be a Lucky 15, an acca, the Yankee or even a plain Single. Below you will find links to all our different free betting calculators where you can simply enter your odds, your stake and if you have placed each way bets you can input your places to.
An awesome set of betting calculators, all on one page, to help you work out your potential winnings
Enter your stake, the bet type, the odds (fractional, American or decimal), place terms (if applicable) and then hit the calculate button.
How To Use This Free Betting Calculator
Use our mobile-friendly betting calculator. Enter the details of your bet and our calculator will instantly state your winnings. The calculator is split into three main sections.
Bet Type – The betting calculator supports over 15 types of bets, including full cover bets, with, and without singles.
Selections – The number of teams, individuals or horses etc that you want to bet on.
Stake – The amount of money you are placing on the bet.
Odds Format – Pick from fractions, decimals or American for how you want the odds to be represented.
Each Way – If you’re betting each way, turn this on. See our guide to each way bets for more information on how these bets work.
Rule 4 – If another horse in the race withdraws, your odds, and therefore winnings will probably be adjusted.
# – This is an auto-populated field that refers to the number of the selection. It cannot be adjusted.
Outcome – Specify how the selection fared. Pick from one of the following; winner, placed, dead heat, lost or void/ non-runner.
Dead Heat Outcome – If a photo is unable to determine the winner of a race, you will win a proportion of your bet. Specify the number of places and the number of selections that tied.
Odds – Enter the odds that are provided for the outcome to occur.
Place Odds – If betting each way, enter the reduction applied to the odds for selections that place.
Rule 4 – If another horse in the race withdraws, enter the reduction made to the odds.
Total Stake – The sum of all bets specified in the calculator
Total Return – The sum of the money that will be returned from the bookmaker
Total Profit – The sum of profit made from the bet