Lucky63 Bet Explained

by Sports betting explained
Updated: 16/12/2020 08:07

Lucky63 Bets

A Lucky63 bet is a 6 selection bet that consists of 63 bets, 6 singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-folds, 6 five-folds and a six-fold accumulator. A £1 Lucky 63 bet will cost £63 in total (covering all 63 different bets). The six selections of the Lucky 63 bet must take part in different events, and it is only available on horse racing, greyhounds and football on most betting sites in the UK.

If you manage to pick at least one winner, you should get a return from a Lucky 63 bet, but, it may not be as much as the initial stake. However, if you manage to win several selections or all, it is common to see generous win bonuses applied on several bookies.

The Lucky63 bet can give you a big payday but it is also difficult to land, and you will likely need two or more selections to land to make a profit (depending on the odds). If you want to avoid placing the singles in this bet, we recommend a Heinz bet, which is essentially the same but does not include the single bets.

How to Place a Lucky63 Bet

Head to the sport of your choice (horse racing, greyhounds, football, etc) and select six picks on different events. Once the six selections are in your bet slip, scroll down to the lucky63 tab (you may need to click a tab to see more bet options), and enter your stake.

Remember, the stake will go onto 63 different bets, so if you stake £2, your total stake will equal £126. To calculate your potential returns, we recommend using this lucky63 calculator.

Steven is the product manager on BettingLounge and is an experienced iGaming writer who has been working in the industry since 2018.


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